Lenora Brown (née Kerr), 1927–2022

 

It is with regret that the family announce the passing of Lenora M. Kerr,
wife of the late Edwin Brown, on July 10th, 2022
at the Huntingdon County Hospital, Huntingdon, QC.

She is survived by her son John (Brenda); her grandchildren Cathy (Israel)-Benjamin & Anna; Dan (Mallory)- Peyton & Austin; Russell (Suzan)- Aydin & Ayla; Carolyn (Chad)- Ethan, Dylan & Keagan, as well as her daughter Mary Hone of British Columbia.

A graveside service will take place
at a later date.

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    Our deepest sympathy to the family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.

    Linda & Danny Kyle


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    My Deepest Sympathy to Evie ❤️ and her Family, and to ALL the Brown Family with Your LOSS!
    My Thoughts and Prayers are with you ALL!


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    It is with a great sense of loss that we just heard of Lenora’s passing. She was an amazing lady who touched many lives. Her support of her loving husband, and Edwin, was unwavering during his many years of farming and helping communities in this area cope with many challenges, especially during massive snowstorms which were very prevalent during his time. He built many landmark barns always with the unfailing support of his dear life partner, Lenora. Lorraine and I have have been blessed by Edwin’s and Lenora’s friendship. She will be missed by all her who knew her. A very special lady with a great sense of humour and commitment to life.
    Peter and Lorraine Krause
    Hinchinbrooke


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    Please accept our sympathies on the passing of Aunt Lenora. She was a lovely, talented lady.


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    We enjoyed seeing her with Evie, she always had a smile. Our condolences to her family.


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    So very very sad to hear about Aunt Lenora’s passing. She was always so kind and good to myself and my family. I already miss our phone calls and catching up with life. Aunt Lenora will be sorely missed. We had hoped to see her this summer after a long two years of Covid. Thank you to her sister Evie who took such good care of Aunt Lenora during the last few years of her life. You were so important to her.
    Donna Brown (Wylie)


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    John Brenda Mary & family
    My sincere sympathy on the passing of your mom. We always had a great talk when we visited


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    I will miss our conversations.They have come to an end far to soon.I will always remember you fondly.