Gordon James Brown

Gordon James Brown(Downtown Gordie Brown) of Maple Ridge, born August 16, 1948 in Winnipeg, Manitoba; passed peacefully away At Royal Columbian hospital, New Westminster of heart failure January 18, 2015 at 4:48pm surrounded by his children. Preceded in death by parents Alexander James Brown and Mary Louise Josephine Rivard; survived by wife Teresa Brown(Torgerson), daughters Brandee Brown, Leana Brown and son Jesse Brown. His grandchildren Koen Brown-Myren, Ryan Wayner, Tyson Kuisma, James Buckmaster and Sabrina Buckmaster. Sister Patricia Abrahamson, nieces Janice Abrahamson, Sheryl Abrahamson, Tracey Pfeifer(Abrahamson), Hannah-Rose Brearley, nephew Lorne Abrahamson, sister in-law Susan Brearley(Torgerson) and childhood friend Daniel Graham.
Gordon’s enormous personality, humor, charm, generosity, humbleness, passion for music,writing and friendly smile will be soley missed but never forgotten.

Memorial Service
A memorial will be held at The Salvation Army Caring Place Sunday, February 8, 2015 at 2:30pm. The Brown family requests food or cash donations be brought to the Caring Place in lieu of flowers.
Expressions of sympathy can be made below.

Contact information:

Garden Hill Cremation and Funeral Services, 11765-224th Street, Maple Ridge V2X 6A5, Canada - Phone: (604) 463-8161 Fax: 604-463-2929

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  1. I find myself looking in his direction….,his spot….,as I pass through Haney downtown….,seeing him sleep….,or his high handed HELLO. I Miss You.! “Downtown Gordie Brown”.

  2. Earle Campbell :

    It’s amazing the things you realize when you lose someone: You get mad at yourself for not saying the things you could’ve said a million times, you take for granted the days spent doing nothing when you could have been with them. Anyone can be taken at any time in our lives, but we always wait until they’re gone to say the things we never had the courage to say before.
    Love you dear Cousin. I Will remember you always and your title as ” Downtown Gordie Brown “.

  3. Donna Gibson :

    R.I.P. Gordie Brown . I would like to send my condolence to Gordies family and share some thing special with them in memory of Gordie. Iam a long time friend of Gordies for about 30 years. There were countless hours I would sit down with Gordie and talk about our lives. As hard was to share some things with him we both were able to cry many tears listening to each others past history. Gordie was a very proud father of his children and spoke extremely high of how proud he was past and future of his sons acomplushments , is daughters beauty and how he missed them dearly. He found it extremely hard to choose his words when we spoke of my 23 yrs old son who took his own life . There were many times when he just wanted to help, hug me, and let me know that he will be there any time I wanted him to listen. He was such a caring, loving and nurturing man. Gordie is going to be sadly missed by many. Never to be forgotten. R.I.P. my dear friend. ‘TILL WE MEET AGAIN’
    U have your wings now. Soar high and proud and I know that u will be watching over all that knew and loved u.

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