Kalamazoo shooting victim lived in Indiana for 25 years, served in several organizations

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Dorothy Brown (Photo courtesy of WXMI FOX17)

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Feb. 23, 2016)– New details about one of the victims in the Kalamazoo shootings were released Tuesday.

Dorothy J. (Knight) “Judy” Brown, 74, lived in Nashville, Indiana for 25 years. She was the executive director of the Brown County Chamber of Commerce and the secretary of the Brown County rotary club for two years.

She served in a number of other organizations, including the Professional Women’s Organization and the Governor’s Task Force for Drug Prevention in Youth.

Brown was living in Battle Creek, Michigan before she was killed on Saturday night.

According to her obituary, memorial contributions in Brown’s honor may be directed to the Humane Society of South Central Michigan, 2500 Watkins Road, Battle Creek, MI 49015 or the Bronson at Home Hospice, 165 Washington Avenue, Battle Creek, MI 49037.

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