Brown, John

Brown, John

December 2nd, 2015

Suddenly, at Victoria Hospital on Wednesday, December 2, 2015, John Brown of London, at the age of 66. Survived by his two children Raechel and Randy Brown; three grandchildren, twins Chase and Sydney, and Mya Brown. Leaves behind his sisters Sharon and Cathy, and his brothers Roy and Ivan. A Memorial Reception will be hosted at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, on Friday, December 11, 2015 from 4:00-6:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make a donation in memory of John are asked to consider The Salvation Army or Mission Services of London.

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Cheryl OlenickI wish I had words to lighten your agony but sometimes words are just not enough. Please accept our deepest condolences on the loss of your Dad and Grandpa. I love this picture of John as it sparks memories of the man that in the best of times was so full of life. Always thoughtful! Always a joker! He could fill a room with his character and have everyone in tears of laughter. He was so caring and generous. Never shy on offers to give a helping hand or to share whatever he had. John will always have a special and lasting place in my heart and the fond memories of him I will forever hold dear. There are no goodbyes. What we have once enjoyed, we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes part of us.-Helen Keller You are in our thoughts and prayers. Love and Hugs Always Cheryl and Annie
Cathy, John and ChrisRachel, Chase and Sydney We are saddened by the news of John's deathwe have very fond memories of spending time with you and your Dad. Please accept our sincere condolences and take comfort in the memories that you have havethey will last a lifetime. He was a man filled with a lot of goodness in his heart and laughter in his soul. He was good to you as you were to him and he will forever be the angel watching over you Rachel. May you all find continued strength in the days to come with deep reflection on how he has contributed to and impacted your livesBig hugs from all of us, Cathy, John and Chris
Cathy, John and ChrisRachel, Chase and Sydney We are saddened by the news of John's deathwe have very fond memories of spending time with you and your Dad. Please accept our sincere condolences and take comfort in the memories that you have havethey will last a lifetime. He was a man filled with a lot of goodness in his heart and laughter in his soul. He was good to you as you were to him and he will forever be the angel watching over you Rachel. May you all find continued strength in the days to come with deep reflection on how he has contributed to and impacted your livesBig hugs from all of us, Cathy, John and Chris
Brian LaceySo sorry to hear about your Dad passing Randy.
Frank and Yvonne VanderkuylWhere do we start? So many memories of John as we jointly raised our kids in Platt's Lane, playing penny poker and enjoying barbecues. John had a heart of gold and the best laugh, ever! The world has lost a beautiful man but his soul is far too big to be extinguished. He will live on as we see glimpses of him in his wonderful grand kids. So sorry for your pain, Rae, Randy and kids. Hugs to all of you.
Jerad NadinIt was with great sorrow to hear of John"s passing. John had a way of always listening, being in your corner and making you feel better. And what can one say about his laugh. He had one of the worlds most infectious laghs, you could not help but laugh once John started. John will be dearly missed.......Jerad
Tami & Billy PaajanenTo Rachael, Randy and family, So sorry for the loss of your Dad/Grandpa, I still can't believe that this has happened. We are sending our condolences to you all through this tough time and we are so sorry that you have to go through this pain of the loss of someone you love. What a great picture of Uncle Randy, just how I remember him. Remembering all the great times with him will find you the strength and keep him close to your hearts. I will always remember all the great times I had together with him as I was growing up. Looking at this picture of Uncle Randy reminds me of all the silly jokes, laughter and all the times he use to pull silly pranks. He was always laughing and smiling.....that's how I remember my Uncle Randy and your Dad. Rest in Peace Uncle Randy, you will never be forgotten. You are in our hearts forever! xoxox Love always and forever Tami, Billy, Mikayla & Ashley.
Brenda Hoing PalmerI'm so sorry for your loss. Rachel and Randy, try to remember through all the pain that John's pain is over he is at peace....Brenda, Dawson and Devin
David Shepherd Raechel and Randy very sorry to learn of your loss. I remember your dad as a mentor and teacher. He was instrumental in starting my career at Western. Deepest heartfelt condolences to you and your families.
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