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Joshua David Brown (06-22-2017)
Photo of Joshua David BrownFuneral services for
Joshua David Brown, age
24, of Downsville, will be
held at 1 p.m. on Wednesday,
June 21, 2017, in the chapel
of Kilpatrick Funeral
Home in Farmerville with
visitation from 11 a.m. until
time of service. Officiating
will be Ricky Nolan.
Interment will follow in
Ruggs Bluff Cemetery in
Josh was born on January
20, 1993 and passed
away on June 16, 2017. He
was a truck driver for Hill
Oil Company in Farmerville
and was a member
of Hope Street Ministries.
Josh enjoyed hunting and fishing with his son, and won
many fishing tournaments.
He is preceded in death by: His grandfather, Emmett
Brown; and aunt Cynthia Brown.
Left to cherish his memory are: His mother, Terri Wilson
and husband Mathew Wilson of Downsville; father,
Karl Brown of Lisbon; Maine; a son, Ben Brown; a brother,
Steven Brown of Fairfax, Va.; step-brothers Joe Wilson
and Vernon Wilson and a array of loving aunts, uncles,
cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends.
Pallbearers will be Steven Brown, Joe Wilson, Vernon
Wilson, Chris Bayles, John Louis, Travis Lynn, Allen
McVay, Tyler White, Ben Aaron and Josh Whitner.
Memorials may be made to www.GoFundMe.
Josh was called home Friday to keep watchful eye over
us from the sky. No words can describe the person, the
man, he truly was. If you knew him, he made your life
better in some way. He adored his son Ben, who he will
live through the rest of his life. You will also find him in
every lake across the great state of Louisiana. Josh was
a family man, who loved everyone around him and would
not hesitate to drop everything to lend a hand.
We will see him again in heaven where there will be unlimited
Johnny’s Pizza, lakes full of fish, miles of road to
ride a motorcycle, tons of crawfish and unlimited laughter.
God only knows why he wanted a big country boy amongst
his angels, but he got one heck of a man. Josh will now
live through Ben. He will live through his family and all
of the people whose life he touched. This isn’t a goodbye,
it’s a “see ya later, y’all.”
Online condolence messages may be sent to the family