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Alvah D. Brown

Waco, Texas

Oct 26, 1955 – Oct 21, 2013


October 26, 1955
October 21, 2013


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Connally-Compton Funeral Directors Obituary

Alvah D. Brown, 57, of Lorena, passed away unexpectedly October 21, 2013. A Celebration of Life will be 1pm Saturday, October 26 at Tonkawa Park, 8540 East 5th Street, Crawford, Texas 76638, with Steve Daywitt officiating. Alvah was born October 26, 1955 in Waco to W.D. and Sondra Brown. He was...

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Dad, Ive been thinking about you all day. I miss you so much. I thank God that I got to talk to you the Friday before. I am blessed that we reconnected a year ago.I know you are up there giving Uncle Kenny hell lol I bet y'all are having a good time catching up. This holiday season is going to be different this year, I'll get through it though. It's ok because I know I'll get to see you again. This isn't goodbye it's see you later. I love you dad.

We are sorry for your loss. May God bless and comfort you in this time.

Kenneth & Bernice Ramsey Elm Mott

Alvah was my good friend and running buddy while at Tarleton, which eventually lead us into dating relationship for a short time until he left Tarleton State University and returned to Waco to pursue other opportunities. He was so much fun and truly had a heart of gold, and all that ran with him truly loved him. He will be so missed, and I truly pray that Alvah finds peace in the house of the Lord.

I went to school with alvah and he was the president of our rodeo club. He was an excellant leader and we all looked up to him. He always had a smile on his face. Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers to all the family and friends, I know he will be missed dearly.

I'm so sorry for your loss. I knew Alvah at Tarleton, he kept us smiling.

I know Ashley from ATI...I am so sorry for your loss words cant explain how i know what you are going through due to my own father passing just 6 months ago its never easy to lose a love one but when it is your parent it is a whole different feeling

W.D. our prayers are with you and your family of Alvah. I know he will be missed by many and we always enjoyed seeing him at the many Brown reunions. God bless!

So sad to hear about Alvah. I went to school with him at University. He was a great bull rider. I saw him many times ride those 8 seconds. May God bless his family.

W.D. - Please accept our heartfelt sympathy at this tragic time as we know how hard an unexpected loss of a son is, you and your family will be in our prayers.