Marjorie Rita Brown

  • Born: June 13, 1944
  • Died: July 5, 2020
  • Location: Twin Mountain, New Hampshire

Pillsbury Phaneuf Funeral Homes and Crematorium

101 Union St
Littleton, NH 03561

Tel. (603) 444-3311

Tribute & Message From The Family


Marjorie Rita Brown known to many as "Mrs. Pete", a resident of Twin Mountain, NH unexpectedly passed away on Sunday July 5, 2020 at Cheshire Medical Center in Keene NH, she was 76 years old.

Marjorie was born on June 13, 1944 in Weymouth, MA. Beloved daughter of Jack R Ainsleigh and Marie R Ainsleigh (Bailey) of Braintree, MA. Graduated from Braintree High School in 1962.

On November 27, 1965, at St. Francis of Assisi in South Braintree, MA, she married the love of her life and best friend Peter A Brown. They had a wonderful roller coaster ride over 54 years full of love, adventure, and lots of smiles.

Marjorie had retired from her position of Assistant to the Superintendent at SAU 35 in Littleton, NH after 30+ years of service and 9 Superintendents in the spring of 2018.

Marjorie was an avid fan of all Littleton Crusader Athletics and could often be seen with her husband in the stands and side lines cheering. She was a Nascar fan, a huge fan of all Boston sports but especially her Red Sox and Patriots. Marjorie loved the water, the sound of the waves at the ocean and the beauty of the Lakes Region. She was a gardener and loved flowers.

Marjorie is survived by her husband, Peter Brown of Twin Mountain, NH; her children, son Erik Brown and his wife Jennifer of Center Conway, NH, their sons Tanner Brown, Joshua Potter and Matthew Potter, her daughter Tami Lemcke and husband Ted of Wake Forest, NC, their sons Seth Towle, Nicholas Barker and Bodie Barker.

SERVICES -- There will be an informal wake at Pillsbury Phaneuf Funeral Home located at 101 Union St, Littleton NH on Tuesday July 14, 2020 from 4pm to 6pm. Due to current restrictions, we require that you wear a facial mask covering and adhere to social distancing. Please be advised that a limited amount of people will be allowed into the funeral home at one time.

In lieu of flowers we ask to please consider making a donation to CHAD - Children's Hospital at Dartmouth-Hitchcock in her memory.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

Ah, Peter, I'm so very sorry to hear this. As we progress in years our friends and loved ones drop away, but they remain in our hearts forever. I know Marge's memory still warms me deep inside. I'm going to miss her. Christopher Brooks, co-worker, Bethlehem, NH, September 28, 2020.

Posted by Christopher Brooks - Bethlehem, NH - Coworker   September 28, 2020

I was very sorry to hear of Marge's passing. Anything I wanted to know as a Board member at SAU 35 and SAU 84, we always connected. Pete and family, I'm glad she was with you for so many years. She always talked about family, who was the most important in her life. God bless you all and peace be with you

Posted by Ann C. Wiggett Wiggett - Littleton, NH - Friend   July 29, 2020

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RIP Mrs. Pete.

Posted by Jeffrey Richards - Hendersonville, NC - Friend   July 29, 2020

Marge we never did have that dinner we talked about for years. I do know that you are in a very peaceful place now. Marge you were such a great help to me all along my SAU years. I will miss our talks. God please put your comforting arms around Pete and the family. Pete We are so sorry for your lost.

Posted by Jim & Lynda Payette - Bethlehem, NH - Friend   July 25, 2020

Pete, I am so sorry to hear about Marge, she was a colleague and friend. She was so helpful to me as a rookie Principal. She was funny and she knew how to get information necessary for a successful school year. She will be missed by everyone she worked with for the many years at the SAU.
Jerry Benson, retired Principal
July 16, 2020

Posted by Jerry Benson - Easton, NH - Coworker   July 16, 2020

I will miss her. She was always so supportive and helpful. I am sorry that I will not be able to attend the visiting hours due having to stay isolated for my own health reasons. I am thankful to have known her and called her friend.

Posted by Denys Draper - Easton, NH - Friend   July 11, 2020

Marge was the bright spot in any conversation! She was funny, smart, and genuinely cared about people. I will miss her terribly. Blessings and prayers to her family and all who knew her.

Posted by Carlene Gadapee - LITTLETON, NH - Friend   July 11, 2020

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Peter, I am so sorry to hear about Marge. I loved her very much. We was the only one that could keep me sane while working at the SAU. She had a love of life and for people. She will be more than missed, but I will keep all the great memories forever.

Sandy Stone Coworker & Friend. Whitefield NH

Posted by Sandra Stone - Whitefield, NH - Family Friend   July 10, 2020

I worked with Marge for many years. She was always there to help me in anyway she was able. I respected her for her insight and assistance. My heart and prayers go out to Pete and the family. She will be missed.

Posted by Karen Watson - Lisbon, NH - Coworker   July 10, 2020

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Marge was the best. When I started working for the school system 19 years ago she took me under her wing; we had many conversations (and complaint sessions) and she always kept me on track; she taught me well. She and Pete always had such a great connection with the kids including my own and she would always ask about them and how they were doing. She will be truly missed by many. Rest well my friend. My heart goes out to Pete and family, I will be keeping you in my prayers.

Posted by Patricia Drapeau - Littleton, NH - Friend   July 09, 2020

I was one of those Superintendents who worked for Marge. I so enjoyed working with her and she kept me out of trouble as a new superintendent. I was devastated when I got word Marge had died. My condolences to the family. Pete my heart goes out to you I know how much you and Marge did together. You and you family are in my thoughts and prayers.

Posted by Paul and Jill MacMillan - Conway, NH - Coworker   July 09, 2020

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Marge was my work mom for 18 years. She was always there when I needed her and I hope I was there for her, too. My heartfelt and deepest condolences go out to Peter and her family. I cannot image the depth of your sorrow.

With sympathy and love,
Michele Giarrocco

Posted by Michele Giarrocco - Bethlehem, NH - Friend   July 08, 2020

Words cannot express how sorry I am for the loss of a great woman. May she Rest In Peace. Pete was a lucky man to have a lifetime spent with his very best friend. ❤

Posted by Katherine Albon - CT, CT - Family   July 08, 2020

I worked for Littleton Schools for several years. Whenever I needed to go to the central office Marge was always there with smiles and warmest of greetings. Mrs. Pete was and still is a dynamic and beautiful soul. Mr. Pete won the lottery with her. When Forrest Gump spoke of peas and carrots, Mr. and Mrs. Pete were the epitome. Rest well Marge. God Bless to all her Family.

Posted by Jeffrey Richards - Hendersonville, NC - Coworker   July 08, 2020

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Our visits to the Lake every summer just won't be the same without you Marge. We'll miss your smile and laugh and our evenings on the porch. God Bless. Cathie and Bob

Posted by Cathie Horan - East Hampton, CT - Friend   July 08, 2020


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