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Lowell Brown

Lowell Brown

Monday, June 20th, 1938 - Monday, May 18th, 2020
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It is with deep sadness we announce the passing of Lowell Brown on May 18, 2020 in his 82nd year. After a very short battle with cancer, he is now rejoicing in his Heavenly Home in the presence of Jesus, his Saviour. He is survived by his loving wife Lois. Lovingly remembered by his children: Melody (Ron), Linda (Robert), Lee (Bonnie) and Brent (Nancy); cherished Grandpa to: Tim (Josalyn), Matthew (Ashley), Bradley (Anna), Jennifer (Kevin), Curtis, James (Lindsay), Scott, William (Jess), Ellen (Mark) and Owen; and great-grandchildren Sophie, Joshua, Dylan, Emma, Delaney, Tenley & Teagan.
Lowell’s genuine love for people and keen interest in them permeated every aspect of his life and many have been impacted by his kindness and generosity. He devoted his time to serving others, especially those in need, regardless of the circumstances. In selfless service to others, he and Lois worked tirelessly in the Kingsview Sponsorship Program in the Dominican Republic where hundreds of children and families, widows and orphans were fed, clothed, educated and ministered to.
Even at the age of 81, Lowell continued to enjoy his daily job (which was not considered work to him) and loved playing hockey with his Stouffville rec team. He loved to sing and play his trumpet and Southern Gospel music (especially male quartets) was his long-time favourite.
Above all, his main desire was that all with whom he came in contact would come to know the love of Jesus and accept Him as their personal Saviour. We are certain that he has already heard the words, “Well done, good and faithful servant...welcome Home!”
A public memorial service will be arranged as soon as it’s possible. Donations in Lowell’s memory may be made to the Kingsview Sponsorship Program by visiting
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Service Details

  • Service

    Friday, May 22nd, 2020 | 11:00am
    Friday, May 22nd, 2020 11:00am
    Marshall Funeral Home Chapel
    10366 Yonge Street
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    A private family service will be held, with a public celebration of life held at a later date.
  • Interment

    Heise Hill Cemetery
    11760 Woodbine Avenue
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Tessa Shirley

Posted at 08:38pm
Dear Lois and Family: You were one of the first couples to greet my daughters and I at Kingsview with such enthusiasm, warmth and loving kindness. Lowell provided me with a red Kingsview pen and I was so delighted to receive it....seems silly, but the gift of that pen meant a lot to me - perhaps it was due to the conversation we had preceding it. I am very much touched by the life you have led serving others and how much you two have meant to one another - such a wonderful example of me hope and faith and courage. I am very much honoured to have had a moment in time with Lowell. May God bless you, Lois and may His love continue to nurture you and your family, at this time.

Bill Chernish

Posted at 09:23pm
My condolences to the Brown family on the loss of Lowell. My memories of the Brown's and Dodridge's in my younger years will never be forgotten. From picking us up for Sunday School to hockey on the pond behind their house (with hot chocolate from Lois of course) to Saturday Night Hockey he was an inspiration. Somehow Lowell had an ability to see the good in people. His compassion was evident in everything he did. He was so humble, he didn't want you to look up to him, he wanted you to look higher. He succeeded in countless ways with countless people.
Bill Chernish

Janette Corona

Posted at 08:56pm
Querida Lois, recibe nuestra solidaridad, oramos por ti y tu familia, que Dios les consuele y fortalezca. Evangelina y Janette

Ruth & Lowell Smith

Posted at 06:43pm
Lois, Brent, & families,
We are sorry for the loss of your Lowell.
He was held in high regard by all who knew him. There are so many great memories from the Campbell's Bay roots.
"He fought a good fight, he finished the course, he kept the faith". ( 2 Timothy 4:7-8)
May God give you His Peace, Grace and Comfort. 
Ruth & Lowell Smith

Laverne Bates

Posted at 04:25pm
May God's love, grace and promises comfort and sustain you Lois and your precious family. Lowell's life blessed many and he has left a legacy of faith and gracious living that will bless your family for generations to come. Psalm 103 :17-18 is a wonderful promise that fits you and your family wonderfully well. May Lowell's memory be inspiration for the days ahead. Our love and prayers. Lynn and Laverne

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