by Jennifer Mancuso
Before we kick off this series of interviews about Judy Clark, I want to acknowledge Officers Waverly Brown and Ed O’Grady and Brinks guard Peter Paige. I have talked to hundreds of people in our community about Brinks over the past few years. I am always grateful when someone knew one of these men personally and has a story that can connect me to who they were. I was so moved by the story Constance Frasier told at the Brinks 34th memorial service about her cousin Waverly Brown. She said that when he was killed there was a receipt found in his shirt pocket for a turkey he had just bought as a donation. That was the kind of generous hearted guy he was. That is what everyone tells me about “Chipper” Brown. One mother told me that Waverly Brown came to her door to let her know when her son was getting into mischief. She had the sense that he really cared and was looking out for her family.
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