This memorial was created in memory of our dearly loved son and brother, David Alan Brown. He was 47 years young, born on December 11, 1966 and passed away on Father's Day, June 15, 2014. We will remember and love him forever.

Posted by Ma Briggs on February 10, 2019
Dear Dave, I miss you so much! I know there will always be a void where you once were, I just didn't realize how large of a hole there would be. The silence is deafening without hearing your reassuring voice. All my chats, jokes, and questions meant for you go unanswered and I truly feel so alone. Losing you was unimaginable and many questions are left unresolved and always will be... Did I tell you how much I miss you little brother? When you were little I promised to always look out for you. You were so goodhearted, gentle and unaware of how harsh the real world could be. I think I always knew that even though you were large in stature you were the most vulnerable sibling. I used to worry that you were on 'borrowed time'. Perhaps it was just the little voice in my head or maybe it was an omen? I guess it doesn't really matter that we 'knew' because the outcome was the same. We tried! .... I tried. Now all I have is a broken heart full of memories.

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Posted by Ma Briggs on February 10, 2019
Dear Dave, I miss you so much! I know there will always be a void where you once were, I just didn't realize how large of a hole there would be. The silence is deafening without hearing your reassuring voice. All my chats, jokes, and questions meant for you go unanswered and I truly feel so alone. Losing you was unimaginable and many questions are left unresolved and always will be... Did I tell you how much I miss you little brother? When you were little I promised to always look out for you. You were so goodhearted, gentle and unaware of how harsh the real world could be. I think I always knew that even though you were large in stature you were the most vulnerable sibling. I used to worry that you were on 'borrowed time'. Perhaps it was just the little voice in my head or maybe it was an omen? I guess it doesn't really matter that we 'knew' because the outcome was the same. We tried! .... I tried. Now all I have is a broken heart full of memories.
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