Warren Brown
 


 

Age: 85



Summary: Bermudian Olympic sailor-turned-businessman who had represented the Island at the 1972 Munich Olympics and managed the Bermuda team at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona, who at three months old was among those survived a shipwreck on December 18, 1929 when the RMS Fort Victoria was rammed by the SS Algonquin while anchored in dense fog (all aboard the Fort Victoria were rescued before she sank), and who was also a co-founder of the Island Press, which produced the now defunct Bermuda Sun newspaper.




Cause of Death: Complications after surgery



Born: 1929


 
Died: December 25, 2014



Location:
Hamilton, Bermuda