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Brownie J Brown

Born: Fri., Sep. 7, 1917
Died: Thu., Feb. 22, 2018


Visitation

6:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Mon., Feb. 26, 2018
Location: Haskell Funeral Home

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM, Tue., Feb. 27, 2018
Location: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints


Funeral Service

11:00 AM Tue., Feb. 27, 2018
Location: Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints


Interment following funeral service

Tue., Feb. 27, 2018
Location: Lovell Cemetery


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Brownie J Brown was born September 7, 1917 to George Little Brown and Naomi Virginia Johnson Brown in Lovell, Wyoming. He passed away at the age of 100 years and 6 months in Lovell, Wyoming on Thursday, February 22, 2018.

Brownie was married to Mae Welch Brown for almost 50 years and to Leta Tucker Brown for 25 years. He lived in Lovell most all his life. He was a dairy farmer and loved being outside. He said his hobby was his work. He loved sports and was a great athlete and a super fan of all sports.

He was an active member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, serving in many leadership positions.

He was preceded in death by his parents and his Eternal Companion, Mae.

He is survived by 4 children, Jay, Linda, Lane, and Karen; 26 grandchildren, 96 great-grandchildren, and 32 great-great grandchildren.

Funeral Services will be held Tuesday, February 27, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. in the Lovell LDS Church. Burial will take place in the Lovell Cemetery. Condolences may be sent to the family online at www.haskellfuneralhome.com.

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Cheryl Buchanan
   Posted Mon February 26, 2018
Dear Brown family, My heart goes out to you at this time. I am so sorry for your loss. He was a great man. I am just sorry I did not get to see him much lately. I do remember going to the farm to see Aunt Mae and Uncle Brownie being out in the barn or the fields or with the cows. I also saw him a lot when he worked at the temple in Billings. It was so fun to go there and every time I saw he, he recognized me right away. I thought maybe his memory would not be there but it was with the quiet, sweet smile I saw every time. He remember Roger every time Roger went also. Please know that my prayers are for your family at this time. It is hard to say goodbye when they need to go on and join their family on the other side, but you will want to see them and hear them talk a little more. Love to all of you. God bless you all. Cheryl

Maureen (Harvey) Legerski
   Posted Mon February 26, 2018
Dear Jay, Linda, Lane and Karen,
I am so sorry for the loss if your Dad. I have such fond memories of time spent at the farm and seeing Uncle Brownie and Aunt Mae. He was always so kind to everyone. My Mom and Dad often spoke of how much they loved him. I can only only imagine the celebration in Heaven when he was reunited with Aunt Mae and all the loved ones who have gone before him! To know that he and your Mom are together again brings a smile to my face. I could see how very much he loved her every time he looked at her and his eyes twinkled. I wish I could be with you all to celebrate his life. Please know that I am there in spirit and my thoughts and prayers are with you all. I love you and pray our Heavenly Father will bless you all and help your hearts heal. Love, Maureen.

Gurn Brown
   Posted Thu March 01, 2018
Dear Brown Family,
What a wonderful life your father lived; and left a legacy for his posterity. I am sorry for your loss. I remember working in the fields helping load beets for the factory with your dad on our farm many decades ago. Jay and I hauled hay on the old green Chevy truck with Lane driving until we threw a water snake into the front seat.
Linda, I enjoyed getting to know you better when Keith and you moved to Casper. Lane I didn't know you well since I was almost eight years ahead of you in school. You should be proud of your father, as he left for you a great example and legacy.
Karen you were just four years old when Jay and I graduated from high school. I remember well you being in our ward in Billings with a young family in the early seventies.
In our pre-teen years Brownie took Jay and I ( in the green truck) over to Sheridan to pick up a bottler to put in the Brown's Dairy for processing.
Enough about old times; I loved your dad ( my first cousin) as a second father. I enjoyed a good visit with your dad less than 3 years ago while up for my class reunion.
You all have been in my prayers and I pray you feel the healing power of our Savior, and wish all of you the best. Love, Gurn

Norman and Shirley Tong
   Posted Fri March 02, 2018
Dear Lane,
We send our heartfelt condolences to you and your family in the loss of your father. DeeAnn told us about his passing. May the Lord bless you and your extended family in your loss and may you be comforted by the heartwarming memories of your wonderful father. You are all blessed to have had in him the finest example of a true disciple of our Savior.
Warmest from us.

Lois Snyder
   Posted Mon March 05, 2018
The Brown Family

So sorry to hear about Brownie. He was a good man.
God Bless You All.
Lois and Gene

Angela Winterton
   Posted Sun July 29, 2018
Dear Brown Family,

I was saddened to learn of the passing of your father. I was impressed by his lifetime of service in the Church and particularly his dedication to family history. When I was in high school I wrote an essay about my great grandfather, Wyo, and I asked Brownie if he would share memories of his brother with me. Brownie sent me the nicest letter back with wonderful details of their childhood. I will always think fondly of him. God bless you all until we are reunited with our loved ones who have passed on.

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