I appreciate that my kids still communicate and talk with each other...after all these years.
  • 75 years old
  • Born on December 18, 1935 in Manhattan, New York, United States.
  • Passed away on May 13, 2011 in California, United States.

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Mary Lou Brower. If you have a fond memory, story, or just want to say hello, we encourage you to share below. It gives her life meaning...and, it gives our family a wonderful perspective of her life. 



Posted by Gary Brower on 7th January 2012
Thinking about my mom today. Just missing her.
Posted by Priscilla Spinner on 25th May 2011
Ed: Just found out about Mary Lou's passing. I just wanted to extend my deepest sympathy to you and your family. Priscilla
Posted by Tarrie Wagner on 23rd May 2011
Our hearts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. I remember all the kids being at our home during our youth when my Mom babysat. If there is anything we can do please don't hesitate to give us a call.
Posted by Channing Barringer on 19th May 2011
Hugs. Kisses. Encouragement (you KNOW how much I hated to lose)... Mrs. B was always there. She's a mom to countless knuckleheads, not just her own kids. The wonderful memories -- and the LAUGHS! -- will live on in all of us.
Posted by Gary Gonzalez on 17th May 2011
Greg, I'm so sorry to hear about your mom. Your mom was a kind and generous soul. She always cheered welcomed us rouchnecks into her home after every Big Game. She totally understood that boys will be boys. Dirty. Loud. Jokes. Hungry. Playful
Posted by Greg Brower on 17th May 2011
Genghis Gulley: 'Greg u know I have so much love for the Brower Family. Mrs. Brower was always so nice to me, she will truly be missed keep your head up.'
Posted by Paula Stewart on 16th May 2011
Dear Mr. Brower & Family: I am sorry to hear about Mary Lou's passing. My favorite memories are the many Special Services Division "End of the Year Celebrations" in the Brower's beautiful backyard. I loved her laugh. Sending much love.
Posted by Greg Brower on 16th May 2011
Norma Espinosa: ‘Your mother was an inspiring, generous and fun loving woman. I have plenty of happy childhood memories because of your parents' kindness and willingness to include us in your family.’
Posted by Greg Brower on 16th May 2011
Sean English: ‘So Sorry Tracy....As U know, she was a ‘Mom’ 2 all of us! My condolences 2 U and the rest of the family.’
Posted by Greg Brower on 16th May 2011
Lani Papke Stern: ‘If you wrestled, played baseball or ran cross country in Vallejo, you knew Mrs. B. My heart sank when I heard the news this morning. They simply do not make them like your mother anymore.'
Posted by Greg Brower on 16th May 2011
Richard Russell: 'She was my mom away from home. Echoing the thoughts of all the other good people on this board: our thoughts are with you and your family. Be strong for your pop.'
Posted by Jamie Rohrer on 16th May 2011
Gary, I am so sorry to hear about your mom.I will keep you and your family in my prayers. e-mail if you need anything. tippytoes30@sbcglobal.net Jamie Steinberger-Rohrer
Posted by Eric Barr on 15th May 2011
From being a guest at the Brower house for Thanksgiving and other events, I knew that Mrs. Brower was a kind and generous woman. Looking through this site, I didn't know all the many ways she gave to her community. I'm very sorry to hear about her

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