Murray Brown

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Murray R. Brown, 84, of Merlin passed away peacefully Friday, October 23, 2020 at the  Chatham-Kent Health Alliance.  He is survived by his loving wife of 60 years Patsy (Leach), his son Scott (Sandra), his daughter Shelley Bushey (Dave), his grandsons Jesse (Katrina) and Kyle Brown, his step grandchildren David Jr. and Jessica, and his great grandsons Axel and Emmitt Brown.  Murray is also survived by his brothers Douglas and Richard Brown, both of Chatham, and is predeceased by his younger sister Judy Neely.  As per Murray’s wishes there is no funeral or visitation.  Cremation has taken place.  A celebration of life will take place at a later time.  In lieu of flowers the family would ask that you please consider donations to the Canadian Diabetes society.

24 Comments on “Murray Brown”

  1. Sorry to hear of Murray’s passing always enjoy the talks with him at the Cafe he will be missed, deepest condolence

  2. Sorry to hear of Murray’s passing.Condolences to Pat and family.R.I.P.Murray.

  3. John and Sandy Skipper

    Sorry to hear of Murray’s passing had a lot of good talks at the Erie cafe he will be missed

  4. So sorry to hear of Murray’s passing. Lots of hugs and prayers to Pat, Scott, Sandy, Jesse and Kyle. Rest In Peace dear cousin.

    Lynda and Tom Matthews

  5. Pat, Scott and Shelly and families. So sorry to hear of the passing of Murray.
    Our thought and prayers are with you at this time.
    Ed and Carol VanDeWynckel,

  6. So very sorry Pat and family for your loss.Murray was always so friendly and always had time for a chat.

  7. Pat and family, so sorry to hear of Murray’s passing. He always had a smile on his face and time to talk.

  8. So sorry to hear of Murray’s passing. He was certainly a good neighbor and we had many good chats over the years. Our sincere condolences to you Pat and your family. John and Corinne.

  9. Thinking of you at this difficult time. Murray was a very friendly neighbour who we enjoyed chatting with whenever we seen him out for his walk.
    Katie Thompson & Shawn Van Bommel

  10. A friend and co-worker for many years while we both worked at Preferred Transport, many fun memories I had with him, I will greatly miss him.
    My deepest sympathies to PAT and MURRAY’S family, I know he will be sadly missed.

    1. Thank you Garry. Dad used to speak of you often when he was still trucking away. I really believe that those were some of the best times of his life, when he worked with people like yourself at Preferred. He was always proud to wear the hat.

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