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July 23, 2018

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January 9, 2017
I have memories of Uncle Lowell's happy countenance and gentle demeanor. May his life's example be a binding force of love within your great family. - Christine Brown
January 8, 2017
Uncle Lowell had the kindest eyes and a tender spirit. I remember reading to him when he was in a full body cast after a terrible accident at BFL. He never complained about his situation and still had that smile that was so him. He was my dad's youngest brother and they resembled each other. I loved him. Peace to his children and to his adoring wife, Aunt Barbara. You are an amazing family.
January 8, 2017


Dear Browning Family;
Always a smile on your fathers face. So many fond memories while your dad was our Bishop. Youth gatherings and lots of fun. My own parents so loved your mother and father. Your dad was a wonderful example of hard work, goodness and kindness, and there was never any doubt how much he loved and respected your mother. The years have flown by. My daughter Erika was in your folks ward for awhile and came to love them. I am grateful to have seen them from time to time, even just a couple of weeks before his stroke. May all of you be blessed, and may you feel his nearness, for he will be watching over all of you. We are separated for a time, but our love for each other is never distant.
Remembering and loving all of you fondly,

Karen Bernard Spjute
Boise, Idaho