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BROWN Stewart

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Born 30.3.1960 Much loved son of Bill, Hazel (dec). Adored brother of Elaine, Vanessa, Alison, Bethell and Greg. Loved brother-in-law to Jeff, Bruno, Brett, Jacqueline and much loved uncle to 11 nieces and nephews. Our family is heartbroken but are grateful to have caught up at our Brown Christmas two weeks ago and as usual he was the laugh of the party. A Celebration of Stewart's life will be on the 18.1.2020 with details to be confirmed.

Published 21st Dec, 2019
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A Private Funeral was held for Stewart on MONDAY (30.12.2019). A Memorial Service will be held for family and friends at the Yanchep Inn on SATURDAY (18.1.2020) commencing at 2.00pm.

Theme - purple haze to remember his beloved Dockers.

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  • BROWN (Stewart):

    My thoughts go to all the family. RIP “Stewie”......gone but not forgotten.

    Sunday, 22 December 2019 Submitted online by Andrea Parkinson
  • BROWN (Stewart):

    Fond memories of you building the cubby, lots of laughs and lots of Black Label. R I P Stewy

    Love from Tracey Duffy

    Saturday, 21 December 2019 Submitted online by Tracey Duffy
  • BROWN (Stewart):

    So bloody sad to hear news of your passing Stewy. You were definitely a one of a kind, dinky di kinda bloke,  a real larrakin and icon. So many laughs, I will truly miss the great times we shared together. Rest in Peace O'l Son - Dukie.

    Saturday, 21 December 2019 Submitted online by Wayne Calvert

    Stewy, the best of memories can't be taken away and memories with you will last forever.

    Toddy Russell.

    Friday, 20 December 2019 Published in The West Australian

    Stewart was our inaugural Colts Coach in 1986 and author of the infamous Club song. RIP Stewy.

    Committee, Players, Past Players and Members, Wanneroo Amateur Football Club.

    Friday, 20 December 2019 Published in The West Australian
  • BROWN STEWY I'd say Black you would say White, it wasn't about who was right it just depended on the time of night to see who would pick the fight, but through thick and thin you always had my back Stewy Brown. RIP my mate

    Ian Russell

    BROWN (Stewy):

    Like Winx, Makybe Diva and your favourite Dainty Tess you will always be remembered Stewy our mate. From all past and present at Russell and Mirvac Landscaping.

    Tuesday, 17 December 2019 Published in The West Australian


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