Al I. J. "Radar" BROWN
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BROWN, Al I. J. "Radar" 46 years old, went with the Creator on June 16th, 2020 in Spokane WA. He leaves behind his best friend/ companion Bruce Henjum of Spokane WA. Five brothers David (Sandra) Compo Browntown WA, Rudolph Macias Jr, California, Elray (Leslie) Compo of Yakima WA, Brian Brown of Wellpinit WA, Marvin Compo. Three sisters Valerie (Wayne) Smartlowit of Toppenish WA, Elizabeth (Ron) Hartgrove of Yakima WA, Alberta Brown of Spokane WA. He also leaves behind numerous neices and nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles that he loved very much. In his lifetime he did beadwork, played pool, loved to cook, do odd mechanical stuff. He preceded in death by father Ablert Brown, mother Jeannette Compo, sisters Carolyn Brown, Tracy Compo. In lieu of flowers send them to one of the siblings and they will take to the cemetery. Funeral arrangements are private due to Covid19. We, the siblings, will be the only ones in attendance. At a later date when Covid19 is done we will have a dinner in celebration of his life. Valley Hills Funeral Home, Zillah, WA

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Published in Spokesman-Review on Jun. 21, 2020.
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June 23, 2020
Those of us that knew you were truly blessed to have you in our lives, and will carry the knowledge that you gave us, well on into our spirits next journey. May your spirit finally know the peace and happiness that it so desperately longed for. Go fly free with the angels. REST IN PEACE RADAR! ME LOVE AND MISS YOU!!! GOD SPEED!!!
Monica Tittle
June 23, 2020
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. You have my deepest condolences and I am truly sorry for your loss. Take care.
Respectfully, Diana G.
Diana Gray
June 22, 2020
Radar where do I even begin you always walked up with a smile on your face, and telling me to put a smile on my face. I am going to miss your gentle caring ways and your big hugs. May you rest in peace knowing that you will be truly loved and missed so much hope you see just how much you mean to me
(Camo) Krystal
June 21, 2020
Radar was a caring, giving and kind man. He was loved more then he knew, he will be missed and thought of often. RIP my friend ❤
Mary Henjum Pitts
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