To all the Brown Family,
We were very sorry to learn of Bob's passing. He was truly a very special man. My earliest memories of Bob date back to a time soon after George and I were married. I was teachig at St. Mary's of Hannah. We only had one car and George worked in TC. He would drop me at school very early in the AM on his way to work and then pick me up after work, which was very late in the day. Bob was driving the school bus which picked up the students from St. Mary's and delivered them home. Bob very kindly took pity on me and offered me the opportunity to ride his bus, as his route went right by my home. This was a wonderful relief for me after a long day in the classroom. This went on for quite some time until somehow the school (Kingsley) found out and told Bob he could no longer allow me to ride the bus because I was not a student. I have never forgotten his kindness. We send our condolences and hope your hearts will be filled with the wonderful memories of joyful times together. This is reason to celebrate a life well lived. Our thoughts and prayers will remain with you. We hope you will take comfort in knowing that you now have a special guardian angel to watch over all of you.
Dear Aunt Halcyone and family,
Uncle Bob has always been the head of the family and will be missed. Sorry to have missed the service but will be there for the burial.
Hugs and strength to all of you it is a tough time.
Aunt Halcyone and All,
Wishing we were there. So glad we spent some time with Uncle Bob. Be strong, you have a wonderful family to be there with you. What a joy it is to see all the photos and the website Covell's has. Miss you all, Tom and Sherry
Dear Halcyone, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Bob was a great guy, and will be missed by so many of us who knew him and worked with him for many years.
Sorry to hear about your loss my prayers go out to you and your family