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David Allen Brown

Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Hi Dave. Morg here. I'm so sorry I am just now hearing of your passing. We've been friend for so long and it seemed we would touch base at least every few months. Thank you for making absolutely everything a blast. I'll miss you.
Love,
Morg

David was one of the good guys. I enjoyed working with him back in the day when we were both nurses at Willows and have enjoyed following his wonderful world of music as well. My synpathy to his family. He will be missed.

Dave "Cool Breeze" Brown, thank you for teaching me to play blues guitar back in 1977 and helping me purchase my 1st electric guitar, (60's Guild Starfire hollow) body. I think of you every time I play it. It was a pleasure to meet you and thank you for turning me on to the blues in my early youth. Music has brought so much joy to my life and I really love the blues... thanks

Was a pleasure meeting you and chatting on several occasions, you're a good man sir and now you can join that blues jam in the sky, enjoy the freedom! You will be missed.

My favorite memory of yer father, Lewis, took place about 14 years ago. The 4 of us, You, Tricia, & Kim & I had been drinking a few beers and were probably up to who knows what down in your bedroom in the bowels of the house. All of a sudden its like 2 AM and in comes your Dad, no knocking, no warning, nothing. He is laughing and has this big grin on his face, like a naughty elementary school aged kid up to no good. He was lugging the two largest white castle bags I have ever seen to...

So Sorry you had to go so soon Dave, We all be hooking up again in our Fathers house. You'll be so missed!

Roger Alice Matthew and Hannah Anderley send our sympathy on youre loss friends of Aida and Kahle

Deepest Sympathy to David's family and friends

I did not know Cool Breeze personally, but I know his big brother Mike. He must have been a great guy if he was any reflection of him. I also know that he was a remarkable little brother, he liked to camp and was a fisherman and cook and much loved. I look forward to when our paths will cross in the next place. Peaceful Journeys David.
Love,
Mary Beth Elhardt

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