At this difficult time in your life, may God grant you the peace and comfort that you need to get through this. Sincere condolences! Revelation 21:3,4
I will miss the pure love he showed to everyone. Rick was never about material goods and would literally give you the shirt off his back. He thrived on interaction with others and in doing so, had many, many friends. I know he loved me as I loved him. He told me so days before he left us. Do Rick a solid- if you love someone, tell them. I believe a bit of his soul is in each of us and I know I’m better for it. P.S. hey Ricky – they play cards where you are? ♥️💔Becky
Ricky was a kind, funny man, and was so bright. We had many interesting conversations, which I will miss. Ricky lived a hard life, but it didn’t make him a hard man. He was gentle and kind. He will be missed.
– Eric Biesel, Echo Housing
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Ricky Wayne Brown, 63, passed away in Evansville, Indiana on February 1, 2021. He was born on July 22, 1956 in Evansville, Indiana to his parents, Chloe (Meyer) and Joseph Brown.
Ricky graduated from Central High School in Evansville, Indiana. Ricky was a free spirit and he had a big heart. He loved to be outside and go on bike rides as often as possible. As a believer in God, he enjoyed talking about Jesus Christ to anyone he could, whenever he could. Ricky loved his family and will be deeply missed by them.
Ricky is preceded in death by his parents, Chloe (Meyer) and Joseph Brown; his sisters, Danita Brown and Mildred “Midge” Brown.
Ricky is survived by his daughter, Lori Brown; his grandchildren, Jake (Jessie) and Jordan Brown, and Justin (Lindsay) Bridge; his great-grandchildren, Jep Brown and Jaxton Bridge; and his brother, Brad Brown.
Services will be held at later date.
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