Robert "Bob" Brown passed from this world and on to the next on Monday December 7, 2020. Robert was a long time resident of Kerr County and resided in Center Point with his wife Linda Brown. \r\n\r\nRobert was well known in the area, serving in the Navy right after high school before starting a long and tenured career in law enforcement. After his retirement from law enforcement, Robert went on to become an ISS specialist at Center Point High School for many years, a job he was initially not sure he would be a good fit for, that became a passion as his strength for "tough love" helped him help many students who benefited from his skills, no nonsense attitude and genuine support. This was his last job position and after many years with CPISD. he retired for good.\r\n\r\nDad was an avid hunter who loved the outdoors and passed that trait onto his youngest son who now owns an outfitting company because of the skills he learned from our Dad.\r\n\r\nAbove all else, Dad would tell you his biggest accomplishment in life was that of creating and having a happy large family. Dad was married to the love of his life Linda for over 37 years and had four children: Chance, Trey, Tamara and Tara all of whom reside in the area. He is also survived by nine grandchildren: Tasha, Luke, Shelby, Jordan, Madison, Devon, Jewel, Ethan and Aidan as well as four great-grandchildren, Sofia, Austin, Isaac and Norah. Dad believed that family came first and lived that belief.\r\n\r\nDad's beliefs and final request were simple. He asks that no services or memorial take place and that a celebration of his life be done by the family prior to the spreading of his ashes at a private family location. Dad believed wholeheartedly in the circle of life: "Ashes to ashes, dust to dust" We, his greatest fans, will honor that wish and ask only for your well wishes and prayers. With devotion, respect and love we say our goodbyes, until we meet again.