ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, MARK (Walkin' Cane) BREHM 52 years old, born on August 26, 1967 and passed away on June 22, 2020. We will remember him forever...
Posted by Natalie Simpson on October 18, 2020
Mark, I can't stop thinking about you lil bro. I wish I could just hold you & tell you how much I love and believe in you!
Love your sister, Natalie
Posted by Natalie Simpson on October 17, 2020
Mark, my "lil bro" that was so talented! I remember watching you as a 4yr old seeing your raw talent. I was your biggest fan. We used to do everything together. I used to ride you on my handlebars to school, friends houses and to Dairy Cream. I got you onstage at 5yrs old for a talent show. Ill never forget your performance to "The cover of the rolling stone" song. I watched you not only perform but you played to the audience! I was surprised how much you enjoyed being up on stage, though you were so young. You got a standing ovation and won the entire thing! I was so proud of you! I knew then, you would be an entertainer! I moved out of state and missed a lot of your life. I moved back but wasnt able to connect with you again, I regret all I missed and miss you terribly. For the record, I knew how talented you were and never doubted your success. Ill always remember the good times we had!
My love forever!
Your sister, Natalie

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Posted by Natalie Simpson on October 18, 2020
Mark, I can't stop thinking about you lil bro. I wish I could just hold you & tell you how much I love and believe in you!
Love your sister, Natalie
Posted by Natalie Simpson on October 17, 2020
Mark, my "lil bro" that was so talented! I remember watching you as a 4yr old seeing your raw talent. I was your biggest fan. We used to do everything together. I used to ride you on my handlebars to school, friends houses and to Dairy Cream. I got you onstage at 5yrs old for a talent show. Ill never forget your performance to "The cover of the rolling stone" song. I watched you not only perform but you played to the audience! I was surprised how much you enjoyed being up on stage, though you were so young. You got a standing ovation and won the entire thing! I was so proud of you! I knew then, you would be an entertainer! I moved out of state and missed a lot of your life. I moved back but wasnt able to connect with you again, I regret all I missed and miss you terribly. For the record, I knew how talented you were and never doubted your success. Ill always remember the good times we had!
My love forever!
Your sister, Natalie
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