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Charles Arthur Brown, American lawyer. Bar: Arkansas 1953. Recipient Distinguished Service award Little Rock Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1966; Boss of Year award Greater Little Rock Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1970.


Brown, Charles Arthur was born on September 30, 1929 in Greenwood, Mississippi, United States. Son of Charles and Lois (Finch) Brown.


Student, Henderson State Teachers College, Arkadelphia, Arkansas, 1949. Bachelor of Laws, University Arkansas, 1953.


Practice in, Little Rock, since 1956. Associate Patten & Brown, 1956-1960, partner, 1960-1972, Patten, Brown & Leslie, since 1972. Instructor Arkansas Law School, 1956-1967.

Special instructor business law Little Rock University, 1965-1967. Associate legal counsel United States Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1964-1965, member executive committee, 1964-1966, general counsel, 1965-1966.


Only adults could be baptized and only by total immersion in water.


Christians acting as the salt of the earth and the light of the world have a responsibility to engage their culture, including participating in the political process.


Christians should read the Bible as part of a faith community, and try to put themselves into the story of God's dealings with humanity.


President Leawood Property Owners Association, 1966-1968. Member Little Rock School Board, 1968-1972. Member school board Pulaski Academy, 1975-1978.

Member Pulaski County Democratic Committee, 1972-1974, Pulaski County Qurom Court, 1960-1962, 70-72. Board directors Arkansas Lighthouse for Blind, since 1977, vice president, 1981, president, 1983. Served with Army of the United States, 1954-1955.

Member American Bar Association, Arkansas Bar Association (house of deals 1975-1978), Pulaski County Bar Association, American Trial Lawyers Association, Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association (president 1979-1980), Little Rock Chamber of Commerce (past director). Clubs: Masons, Shriners.


Married Jennifer Sue Carter, June 2, 1957. Children: Chryl Adele, Krista Lynne, Charles Carter.