Hal Brown was more than Marin County’s longest serving Supervisor. He was a man who lived true to his beliefs in respecting people, be they women, children, County employees or his constituents. Hal had a marvelous sense of humor and sense of right and wrong, especially when it came to spending taxpayers’ money. He was a leader when needed such as when he led the battle to fix the flooding in the Ross Valley, and a team player when appropriate such as in working with the rest of his colleagues to make Marin County a better place to live and work.
NBLC joins the many others in honoring Hal’s memory and knowing that his leadership will be missed. His fight with pancreatic cancer proved yet again his mettle and demonstrated his profound dignity. May he rest in peace and watch over us from heaven.