“We’ll always remember
that special smile,
that caring heart,
that warm embrace,
you always gave us.
You being there
for Mom and us
through good and bad times,
no matter what.
We’ll always remember
you Dad because
they’ll never be another one
to replace you in our hearts,
and the love we will always
have for you.”
Words from Addison and his great granddaughter
“I will always remember your voice and heart.” “Loving, and caring finally at peace, remember my name when I see you again.” “I love your laughter, remember our names.”
“Tell me what is it like up there in heaven?” “Are you happy and peaceful?” Are you more alive?” “So many questions I have what will be the first I ask when I see you again?” “You were a blessing to the family.”
“I love you.”
Yours truly Addison Norman
Words from Ayden
”We your blessed to have you when you were alive on this earth.”You were a great person you were your funny and caring you were the best grampa I had.You your encouraging ton us.” You were helpful and kind.”Remember are names.”Have a peaceful time good time in heaven.”We will miss you allot love you to the moon and back.”You are the best.When I walked in to were house you had a laugh you always had something for me when I came.”I hope you see me again in heaven.
love ayden your firend
Nevaeh Adams we have so many memorys of you. when you were here we everybody loved you so much we still love you as much as we think .we love you so much when we saw you dead we couldn’t belive are eyes we missed you so bad we wish you were still here with us we hope to see you again we all loved you somuch.
you were so great to everyone. we love you so much we miss you so much we whish you were here with us we all llove you we hope you have fun in heaven we all will miss you very much we hope you are more alive see you in are dreams and in heaven we all hope you can see us again.we all miss you very much.we wish you could come back.
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Larry Brown, 78, gained his angel wings and is walking the streets of heaven on November 23, 2018. He was born January 26, 1940 to William and Elnora Brown in Evansville, Indiana.
Larry was a loving man and young at heart. He was a switchman with the railroad for 45 years. He just celebrated his 60th anniversary on Sunday with the love of his life, his wife, Hilda. He took care of her and loved her with all his heart. He was an avid collector of cars and Mickey Mouse. He would decorate his house with all the Mickey Mouse gifts from his granddaughter. He was a kindhearted man who loved his family and was so loved in return. He will be with his family and in their hearts forever.
Larry is survived by his wife Hilda Brown; his children Dana (Bob) Oliver, Shawn (Julie) Brown, and Reggie (Brenda) DeArmond; his grandchildren Sarah, Jennifer, Kristen, Joseph, Jennifer Ann, Shawna, Shanna, Destinee, and Ray Ray; his great-grandchildren Addison, Ayden, Nevaeh, Phoenix, Grayson, Garrett, Kayleigh, Natalie, Asher, John, Andrew, Lincoln, Remington, and Deacon; and his sister Melissa Stanley who will be officiating his services.
Larry was preceded in death by his parents William and Elnora Brown; his sons Mark Wayne and Larry Dwayne; and his brother Melvin. He is enjoying being in Heaven with his family.
Visitation will be held Tuesday, November 27th from 5-7 p.m. at Sunset Funeral Home. Funeral services will be Wednesday, November 28th at 1 p.m. at Sunset Funeral Home with burial to follow at Sunset Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to St. Jude.
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