OBITUARY

Jerimiah William BROWN

June 8, 1928October 5, 2021

Jerimiah William Brown (Jerry) passed away on Tuesday, October 5, 2021 in Chilliwack, BC at 93 years. He was born June 8, 1928 in Lethbridge, Alberta.

Jerry is survived by his son Dan (Sue), and daughter Deleine Perrie. He leaves behind 6 wonderful grandchildren, Carissa, Tyler, Shantelle, Justin, Adam and Curtis as well as 8 Great Grandchildren and his twin sister Joan Brown. Jerry was predeceased by the love of his life his wife Jean, his infant daughter Geraldine, his parents and his sister Nancy.

Jerry grew up in Lethbridge and joined the Air Force where he received his training as a mechanic. He met Jean in Cranbrook and married a short time later. They packed up their belongings and headed West, settling in Chilliwack. Chilliwack would become his home for the next 67 years, 66 of them in the same home until his death.

After his time in the Air Force, Jerry was a highly-respected mechanic in the Chilliwack area until his retirement. Many repeat customers received a top-notch tune-up from him.

Jerry was a founding member of the Chilliwack Kiwanis Club since 1961, and continued as a member with perfect attendance until his death. He spent many hours volunteering his time with the Kiwanis Housing and enjoyed the many friendships he formed along the way. He was also a member of the United Empire Loyalists and received his UEL certificate in 1997.

Jerry took pride in his family, his yard and was proud to live in the same home for 66 years. He enjoyed his many visits with his good friends and his daily visits with his neighbour.

A memorial service will be planned at a later date when family can attend.

Services

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Bill & Joan Welch

October 16, 2021

Jerry and I go back a long time, 77 years. When my Dad was in business he had his truck repaired at Jerry's service garage at the corner of Victor and Yale road. I used to go there with him and Jerry always had time to talk to me.
Over the years since , our paths crossed at various community service events. Jerry always had service to community at the top of his list.
Joan and I will miss seeing and saying hello to him and his daughter as they had Sunday lunch at Southgate Restaurant .

Fond Memories will always remain.
Bill & Joan Welch

Alexis Friesen

October 15, 2021

My deepest condolences to you Deleine and Dan and your families on your dads passing.
My mom and dad loved him dearly, as they did your mom!!
May he rest peacefully xoxo

Penny Stonehewer

October 7, 2021

My deepest condolences to Deleine and her family. I know you will cherish the memories of your dad. Deleine you have been such a wonderful daughter. I hope it gives you comfort at this time. xo

Maureen and Bob Martin

October 7, 2021

So sorry to hear of Jerry’s passing. He was indeed a wonderful man, I worked with Jean and she was a good friend. We so enjoyed visiting with Jean and Jerry. Lots of good times for sure!
Thinking of you and May the wonderful memories of Jerry help you through this very difficult time. May he Rest In Peace.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY