Tuesday, October 19, 2004

Brooks Lindsay

Levis Brooks Lindsay

Levis Brooks Lindsay, of Charlotte died Monday April 28, 2003. Born on June 7, 1925, Mr. Lindsay attended Central High School in Charlotte, served in the Navy in WWII and was an Erskine College Graduate.
Mr. Lindsay had a long and notable career in local radio and television and was widely known for his twelve-year children's program, "Joey the Clown". He was a long time member of Trinity Presbyterian Church and also spent a short but memorable time as a member of First Presbyterian Church of Monroe. He was an active member of the US Power Squadron and a founding member of the Lake Norman Marine Commission. He served as a volunteer with countless charitable organizations and continued to work with the public after his retirement as an information agent at Charlotte Douglas International Airport. He was a revered member of the Elwood P. Dowd Society.
He was the husband of the late Shirley Kennedy Lindsay and is survived by daughters, Janice and Cynthia Lindsay and his son, Brooks Lindsay.
A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, May 2nd, at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Charlotte with visitation following immediately in the church parlor.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the J.D.F./Diabetic Research, 10724 Park Road, Suite 301, Charlotte, NC 28210-6496
Published in the Charlotte Observer on 4/30/2003.

RIP, Brooks.

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