Harley Clifford Brown was born in the Doby Spring area on the family farm on December 1, 1930 to Bessie (Ashlock) and Edward Brown; he was one of eight children in the family. Harley grew up in the Buffalo and attended the Buffalo Schools. In March 14, 1951 Harley was inducted into the U.S Army during the Korea War serving his country until December 16, 1956 when he received his Honorable Discharge. Harley returned home and began working on the farm raising cattle and plowing for Owen Temple for many years, also worked in the oil field long enough to become tool pusher. He was a member of the First Baptist Church. Harley enjoyed watching TV and football games, also loved to play dominoes with his friends. Harley was preceded in death by his parents, Brother Harry Brown July 10, 1984; Sisters Josephine Payne January 23, 1996; Judy Roth November 25, 1998; JoAnn Grayson November 29, 1999; Wilma Lane December 29, 2006 and Velma LRoy July 1, 2011. Harley leaves as his survivors his brother Larry Brown and wife Kathy of Buffalo, Oklahoma. Brother-in-law Bill LRoy of Guymon, Oklahoma, Brother-in-law Robert Roth of Buffalo, Oklahoma, many cousin’s nieces, nephews other relatives and many friends.