- 68 years old
- Date of birth: Aug 15, 1943
- Date of passing: Jul 30, 2012
|Daddy may your light shine bright and be my compass. Guide me safely through the dark until we meet again!|
This memorial website was created in the memory of my loving daddy, William "Mike" Brown, 68, born on August 15, 1943 and passed away on July 30, 2012. I will carry him with me forever.
"Missed and never forgotten"
"Missed and never forgotten"
"Mike you all thought about always and still miss a lot we think about you everyday"
"On the 4th Anniversary of your passing, you are heavy on my mind. I remember the call as if it were just mere hours ago. But know that although I miss you dearly, I am at peace knowing that you continue to be a guiding light. This world here on earth is a very scary place and is deteriorating quickly. But you know that I am enjoying every moment to love your grand-babies, to make great memories, to talk and reminisce of all the great moments and people in their lives, to teach them to love themselves for the special ones they are, and most importantly to love others as if there is no tomorrow. I am extremely proud of them and I know their hearts are pure! May you and God, continue to watch over us all from above and help guide our hearts and our steps! Love and miss you daily!"
"Mike it's hard to believe that you been gone 3 years now I think about you every day . There been a lot of changes around here since you been gone wish you were still here with us I hope you and mom are doing well up there we will meet again someday love jack"
"Hey Mike, I have been thinking of you a lot lately I miss my buddy, hope you are resting in peace. Rosie"
"I miss you dearly dad! Never a day goes by that you don't cross my mind. I continue to put one foot in front of the other and move forward. I value every moment I have here with those that I love, and never take it for granted!! Continue to watch over us and be my compass until we meet again!! Love and miss you!!❤️❤️"
"Papa, it has been a very long year without you. I miss not having you here. I know you fought hard to stay as long as God would allow. You never complained throughout your struggle. It was hard to see you sick. I will forever hold the memories of our last visits together. Skylar sleeps with the picture of you holding her as a baby beside her bed every night. She speaks of you often."
"I have been missing you a lot lately I just realize that you were the only friend I had to come a visit me or call me on the phone I wish you was back here with everybody you was a real dad to me along with a friend I hope you happy where your are at we will meet again someday. Love your son jack"
"Missing you greatly tonight. Wish I could pick up the phone and call you. Listened to your voicemail on my phone just to hear your voice. Seems like you left that message for me just yesterday. The holiday season does not feel the same. I am thankful that I got to spend them with you last year. I love you daddy!"
"Ethel Kinstler I miss you mike he was great man"
"Papaw There is not a day that goes by that I dont think about you. I know your in a better place but it still doesnt make it any easier without you. Im having a bad day and wish I could pick up the phone and call you so you could tell me how whiny Im being. I miss seeing you in your car just driving around. Rip papaw Love and miss you everyday!"
"He is sadly missed its hard to go the apt. And not see his car. But I know he's in a better place and that Phyllis is keeping him line. Haha. Mike was one of a kind. He loved to make people laugh and he loved to start agitate just make you mad. He use to tell me things that jack said that wasn't true just so I'd get mad him and then he'd laugh He was a good person tho I love him tho."
"From Skylar (pawpaw's girl)! I think you were the best thing that ever happened to me. And I love you so much and want you to come back here and start all over again. You were an awesome grandpa and my best friend. And I don't think your mask is so scary anymore! :-)"
"My dad was a person whom once you met, you would never forget. He had a way of always making you laugh. Whether it was telling you a dirty joke or doing something silly, he was a true kid at heart! Children seemed to always gravitate to him although he never skipped an oppurtunity to instigate them. He never lost his spirit or complained through his battle. A true hero in every sense!"
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