Gust ‘David’ Brown, 77Gust "David" Brown, age 77, New Richmond, Wis., died peacefully on July 24
Gust "David" Brown, age 77, New Richmond, Wis., died peacefully on July 24.
Dave was born on Dec. 12, 1934, to Gust and Lillian (Kress) Brown in Somerset, Wis. He grew up in Somerset, attended Somerset Country School, and with his parents and siblings, worked the family farm.
He was married to Bonnie Brown on Dec. 18. 1982. They lived in Somerset, Osceola, and retired in Fort Myers, Fla. David worked for many years and retired from Andersen Windows. He enjoyed fishing, camping, gardening, and watching the Packers. David had a contagious smile and will be missed by many.
Preceded in death by his wife, Bonnie; parents, Gust and Lillian (Kress) Brown; siblings, Gilbert (Arlene) Brown, Elsie (Clarence) Miller, Baya (Reynold) Wert, Ray, Earl, Milton, and Floyd Brown; granddaughter Tanna Jo Lyons.
He is survived by his children, Debra (Tom) Bell, Vickie Lyons, Cindy (James) Reason, Todd Brown, Shawn (Alana) Brown; stepdaughter Lisa (Greg) Richert; 19 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; siblings Russell Brown, Ethyl Lyksett; sisters-in-law Darlene Brown, Joann Brown, and Eleanore Brown; and the mothers of his children, Helen Ruttkey and Linda Brown.
Funeral service 1 p.m. Friday July 27, at Christ Lutheran Church, Somerset, with a visitation being held 1 hour prior to the service. The family would like to thank everyone at The Deerfield for the wonderful care they provided to David. Memorials to The Deerfield Building Fund. Interment St. Anne's Cemetery, Somerset.
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