Brown, Alice Marie Clare

Brown — Alice M., beloved wife of the late Ray (Bud) Brown, mother of Vonda, Verly, Ken, Linda and Larry, passed away at the Souris Health Centre on Tuesday, January 13, 2015 at the age of 90 years. Funeral mass was held at St. Augustine’s Roman Catholic Church, 327-4th Street, Brandon, Manitoba on Saturday, January 17, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. Prayer service was held at St. Augustine’s Church on Friday, January 16, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. Interment in the Brandon Cemetery at a later date. In memory of Alice, donations may be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundations.

11 thoughts on “Brown, Alice Marie Clare”

  1. We are truly sorry that we cannot be with you throughout this difficult time and wish to express our most sincere sympathy to all of you.
    Alice was an inspiration to all of us and will be missed by everyone who knew her. She was a beautiful person both inside and out and loved all of you as she loved life itself.
    Sincere Sympathy
    Bill and Lucy Elliott

  2. I am flooded with so many memories of times past. I remember a little kid so home sick and an Aunty handing me my little black suitcase and telling me to start walking!!! She lived her life with such a joie de vivre! To my cousins Verly, Vonda, Ken, Linda and Larry I send my love. I know that you will cherish all the memories just as I will. Bon Voyage, Aunty!

  3. I am so sorry to hear of Aunty’s passing. She lived a long and fruitful life… hard working and honest to the core. She will be missed by all her extended family. I am so happy that I had more contact with her these last few years.

    Our condolences to all the family.

    Love, valere and Ken.

  4. Our condolences to the family.
    As we look back and remember all the good times with Grandpa Bud and Alice we remember the many laughs . Her extended family will always remember the joy and laughter. Gone but never forgotten.
    Travel on Alice …..
    Step Grand Daughter Brenda and Family

  5. i have the fondest memories and happy times on the farm. i remember the time i got a pitchfork in my back and aunty told me stop your whining you’ll be okay. i’ll miss her laughter, joyfulness and sense of humor. to ken, verly, vonda, linda and larry i loved aunty very much and i know you’ll hold her memories close to your hearts.

    love always
    john & maryann

  6. Our deepest condolences! We enjoyed our visit with Alice before Christmas.
    I have great memories of Grandpa & Alice!

    Step-granddaughter Dianne Usick & Family

  7. To Alice’s family, my sincerest condolences. Alice was a very good friend and I will miss her dearly. It is with great sorrow that I will not be able to attend her service tomorrow. I unfortunately have been admitted to hospital but wanted you to know that my thoughts are with you at this difficult time. I will be sending a mass card in her honour as soon as I am able to go home. I will cherish my fondest memories of my good friend and of our visits.

  8. Our sincere condolances. So sorry we can not attend the service as we are in Okotoks, Alberta. Our daughter Jacqueline has just had her first baby(boy) and we are here helping out. It would have been so great to see everyone. When I think of your Mother I can hear that hardy laugh and of course I was thinking of the good time we had on a holiday together. Remember Linda!!! Remember all the laughs you have had together. Most sincerely, Bev Lyons xoxo

  9. Sorry we couldn’t be with you guys at this difficult time.Auntie had a very good life with all the travelling and seen relatives that I couldn’t imagine getting to see.She was a great aunt to all of us and definitely will never be forgotten.

    Are thoughts are with you

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