Rich Brown Death, Obituary – Brown took his last breath on the sixteenth of December, which also happened to be the day that he went away since he was unable to take any more breaths after that. Brown was unable to take any more breaths after that. It took us a few additional days because we had to go through a lot of “red tape” in order to get his body back to our hometown after we needed to do so in order to properly bury him. This was necessary since we needed to do so in order to fulfill our legal obligations. Because of this, the process ended up taking significantly more time than it should have. During the course of the search for his remains, it was determined that he had passed away within the boundaries of the state of New Jersey.
The services that will be held there will take place at the Covenant Presbyterian Church in Frazer, which is located on Route 30; this building will serve as the setting for the events that will take place there. In addition to this, the location of the church itself will be on Route 30. The memorial ceremonies will begin at seven o’clock in the evening on Wednesday, January 11 (which is a Wednesday), which is the day that the festivities will take place. We would want to use this opportunity to extend an invitation to everybody and everyone who knew Pop to join us in celebrating his life and bidding him farewell for the very last time. We hope that you will accept our invitation.
We are extending a hand to you in the expectation that you would respond favorably to the invitation we have extended. If you are unable to attend the service in person, you are more than welcome to visit covenantfrazer.org, where you will find a link to a livestream broadcast of the service, and watch it there instead. If you are unable to attend the service in person, you are more than welcome to visit covenantfrazer.org. You are more than welcome to go to covenantfrazer.org if you are unable to attend the service in person in the case that you are unable to attend the service in person.