Gordon-BROWN-Obituary

Gordon F. BROWN

West St. Paul, Minnesota

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Grandpa, you will be greatly missed by all. You were one in a million. You were always easy to talked to and you really listened and understood. I promise you, our family will keep up all the great things you cherished and loved, like sunday football and family Christmas eve. I love you more
then you will know.

Jesus Loves Me Yes He Does!

My Grandpa Was A Really Great Man. He would always make me smile and laugh. He always said I would give him good hugs

Gordy was a very fine man that always had other people in his heart. He was alot of fun to be with and very creative and he especially shared what he had with other people.

Uncle Gordy was in a class all of his own. He loved to make everyone laugh and help everyone. I could fill a book with wonderful memories of Uncle Gordy and his wife Judy and earlier wife Helen and his family. My heart goes out to all of you. He surely will be missed. Blessings to You All

Special prayers for Gordy. I only knew him because I was lucky enough to be invited to play liars poker with he and his friends at morning break. Those daily and then once a week gatherings were the highlight of my day.

I could always count on Gordy to bring a bit of hilarity to the group. Unfortunately, as years passed I lost touch with he and Judy. I will keep him in my prayers.

Mr. Brown was a quotable man, loved to share a hearty laugh, kept his sense of humor in tough times, had a disposition that lit up an entire room, did business with a handshake, a smile, a story and a cup of coffee. "I made millions and lost millions" he once said but the money wasn't what made him happy. His wife, his family, friends and associates made him happy and he enjoyed their company. He certainly will be missed. May family and friends be comforted during this time...

I have to echo the previous entry about the sparkle in his eye! I knew Gordy all my life & he was a wonderful friend to my Dad and our whole family. He had a way about him that made you feel SO good being around him. He was such a gentleman and had the brightest smile whenever we met. Although I hadn't seen him in years, I had so much respect for him and his entire family. What a wonderful man. He will be sorely missed.

Gordy was a grand and wonderful man. We are so honored to have met him and known him as a friend. He had a sparkle in his eyes whenever he told a story or a funny joke. Gordy loved his Judy, his family, his dogs. We will sure miss seeing him on our trips to MN. Love Always, Mike & Mary Kamrad

Obituaries

Gordon's Obituaries

Beloved Husband Dab, Grandpa Died peacefully December 18, 2012. Funeral Saturday December 29, 2012. Complete notice Sunday, December 23rd. Arr. by the Johnson-Peterson Funeral Home, 651-429-7661.

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