During his four years in the Air Force, Mr. Brown was stationed on Okinawa and named Airman of the Month by the Strategic Air Command's 307th Bomb Wing, his wife, Joyce, said.
Mr. Brown earned a bachelor's in business administration at City College of New York and worked for the New York City accounting firm Eisner & Lubin in the 1960s.
With the office of the New York City comptroller, he helped audit the work of the firm that had built the city's first bus stop shelters, his wife said.
He later was the chief comptroller for EMC Enterprises, a job training firm in the Hotel Theresa in Harlem, she said.
Mr. Brown was a member of the West Deptford Multiple Dwelling Regulation Board and performed annual audits for the West Deptford Senior Citizens Club.
After retiring, Mr. Brown became an investment bookkeeper for the Masonic Home of New Jersey in Burlington Township.
At Tabernacle Baptist, his wife said, Mr. Brown was a leader in the marriage ministry, an instructor in the new members' classes, and began members' weekly visits to hospitals and nursing homes.
A weight lifter at Riverwinds Community Center in West Deptford, Mr. Brown was a member of the Del Val Golf Club.
As a teenager, his wife said, Mr. Brown won the Class B caddie championship for the city of Yonkers, N.Y.
In 1998, he scored a hole-in-one at the Willow Brook Country Club in Moorestown.
Besides his wife, Mr. Brown is survived by daughter Tracey Captan, four brothers, and two grandchildren.
A viewing is set from 10 to 11 a.m. Saturday, June 28, at Tabernacle Baptist Church, 150 E. Second St., Burlington, before an 11 a.m. funeral there, with burial in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Burlington.
Condolences may be offered to the family at www.wrwoodyfuneralhome.com.