RAYMOND-BROWNLEY-Obituary

RAYMOND ALAN BROWNLEY

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

1931 - 2014

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BROWNLEY, RAYMOND "BIG AL" ALAN December 30, 1931 - September 21, 2014Raymond Alan Brownley of Pittsburgh (Ingram Boro), Pennsylvania, died on September 21, 2014, at the age of 82, but his larger-than-life persona and trademark stubbornness will not be forgotten. He was born on December...

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What a great life story. Whoever wrote this did a great job. May your hearts be at peace and the Lord be with you through all of your hard tomes. Thank you for sharing.

I recently came across this obituary and had the pleasure of reading about Big Al. He sounds like the kind of guy you could depend on to be straight forward and honest with you. We all can use friends like that. I hope friends and family of Big Al treasure great memories of him and draw a measure of comfort knowing that he is in God's memory.

Thank you for such a heartwarming life story. I am so looking forward to seeing him on the "last day" that Jesus spoke of when he promised that the resurrection is to take place. It sounds like Big Al lived life in a big way, and I am sure he will be wearing a big smile on that big day. Take courage and look to that promised new earth.

It hurts to lose such a joyful and happy soul, so please take comfort from Jesus' words at John 11:24, 25. I know it brings me comfort. I truly hopes it helps you too!

ITS VERY VERY VERY VERY SAD THAT ALLAN BIG BROWN HAS DIED AT THE AGE OF 82 2015 AND MY PRAYERS GO OUT TO HIS FAMILY AND FRIENDS AND HIS BASKETBALL TEAM AND I HOPE THAT THEY WILL FIND A ANOTHER PLAYER TO TAKE HIS PLACE AND THAT WILL BE A GREAT IDEA MONICA GERBER

To the family of "Big Al" So very sorry for your loss, may you find peace in knowing the love you have expressed for your father has been shared by countless re-postings of this obit on Face Book by sincere admirers. Thank you for giving us a better way to remember our loved ones.

What a fabulous obituary! "Big Al" thank you for the laughter. RIP

If Big Al's children ever go into the obituary writing business, I would hope that my own kids would hire them when the times comes! No finer tribute has ever been written.

I never knew Big Al but wish I had. He sounds a real character and a great guy. My condolences to his family and friends, life will clearly be much less fun without his presence. RIP, big guy, you obviously gave life plenty.