Ryan Brooks BROWN

Spokane, Washington

1971 - 2018


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BROWN, Ryan BrooksRyan Brooks Brown - born December 17, 1971 to Hollis and Joan Brown in Ft. Collins, Colorado passed away at his home on April 9, 2018 at the age of 46.Ryan graduated from high school in Cortez, CO where he was an honor student and all-around athlete. He attended...

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This is a great sorrow. The entire community will miss this fine human being. His compassion and skills were wonderful. We will be grieving for a long time to come. Our deepest sympathies to his family and to his hard-working staff.

My husband and I took our Hannah girl into Indian Trail Animal Hospital yesterday and were deeply saddened by the news that our beloved Dr Brown had passed. He was such a kind, compassionate man. We will forever miss his smiling face. RIP Dr. Brown, you are sincerely missed here on earth, but know that the animals in heaven are rejoicing.

Mike & Jackie Morris
and Hannah

Dr. Brown was the best Vet that we had ever had for our dogs - Dragon and Zelda. Dragon passed last October and Dr Brown was very compassionate when he heard about him being so sick.
Dr Brown was a very kind soul and a special human being. We will miss him forever! Our hearts are with his family and Staff at Indian Trail Hospital. We hope they are going to continue his legacy.

In dear memory,
Ruxandra, Florian, Patrick and Zelda

It is with broken hearts that we extend out sympathy to Dr. Brown's family, friends and colleagues. May God comfort you. Dr. Brown was the kindest most gentleman with a smile that will never be forgotten. Our grief is overwhelming. The compassion and excellent care he provided to our four dogs will never be forgotten. He was a miracle to our little girl and with two TPLO surgeries she walks today like she should. She is going strong now at fourteen. I will never forget his excitement at our...

We are at a loss for words as we just heard about Dr Brown. Our hearts go out to his family. We followed him from the North Division Clinic to his Indian Trail Clinic because of his compassion and care towards our "girls". The first time we met him he just plunked himself right there on the floor with our herd of Springer Spaniels. He will be missed but not forgotten.
Dan, Tammy, Indy, Maggie boo and Ruby.

My heart goes out to Dr. Brown's family, friends, and colleagues. So very sorry....

For Ryan's Mom,
May God be with you.
You raised such a fine human being.
Thank you.

Dr. Brown will be missed so very, very much. He was a very kind, compassionate, and loving person. Every time I saw him, he had a huge smile on his face and that smile lit up a room when he entered it. His vision was to create a veterinary hospital that not only would help or cure the physical pain of our pets, but to calm their inner souls and to not be afraid. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and co-workers.

I only knew you as a Dr. to take care of my Dogs. You had such compassion that I knew you would be my Vet. forever. My prayers go out to your family at this time of loss. I know there are no words that I can give you at this time, and for that I am so sorry.