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Aaron Earl Brown

February 28, 1992 ~ April 30, 2021 (age 29)

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Aaron Earl Brown 

 It is with very heavy hearts that all the family of Aaron Earl Brown sadly announce his passing on April 30, 2021, in Shellbrook, Saskatchewan. Aaron was born to Trudy and Henry Brown on February 28, 1992. He spent his childhood growing up in Newfoundland. He enjoyed spending time with his brother, Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles, and cousins. Aaron had a passion for music, and he loved to play guitar and sing.  

Aaron moved to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan after graduating high school and began working at Commercial Sandblasting with his father Henry, and his Uncle John. This is where he met Breanna and we began our life together in 2014. We moved to Shellbrook and Aaron began working at Naber Power Sports as a Service Manager in 2014. We enjoyed our time together camping, going for drives, spending time with family, and visiting with friends.  

In 2016 Aaron and I bought our first home together. We got married at the Lutheran Concordia Church on June 16, 2018. We happily welcomed our baby boy Nicholas Gregory Earl Brown on August 23, 2020 and we began living our best lives as a family of 3. Aaron was so excited to become a father, and he was the most amazing dad to our boy. Aaron was the light in both mine and Nicholas’ life. he was an amazing husband, father, and friend and he will be dearly missed.  

Aaron is remembered by his loving wife Breanna Brown, his son Nicholas Brown, his mother Trudy Pike (Fred Cleal), his father Henry Brown, his brother Philip Brown, his grandparents Madeline Pike, OIive and Harry Brown, his Aunt Marlene (John) and their children, Aunt Juanita Brown (Derrik), Aunt Daphne (John) Murphy and their children, John Brown, Kevin (Joan) Brown, Aunt Sherry (Derek) and children, Uncle Derek (Luda) Pike and children, Uncle Danny and children, Uncle Garry and children. He is also lovingly remembered by His mother and Father-in-law Leola and Greg Skrupski, His Brother and sister-in-Law Thomas and Jasmine Skrupski, his niece Brinley Skrupski, his Nephew Connor Skrupski, along with many other cousins, aunts, uncles, and friends who loved him in Saskatchewan.  

Aaron was predeceased by his Pop Newman Pike, his Aunt Milly Brown, his Uncle Stanley, and his Cousin Nadine Parsons.  

There was a Private Celebration of Life held for Aaron on Thursday, May 6, 2021, at the St. John’s Lutheran Church in Shellbrook. He was laid to rest in the Shellbrook Cemetery.  There is a video link available of the Celebration of Life Service below for those family and friends that were not able to attend Aaron's Memorial Service.

https://youtu.be/ebZn9cUzbnY

Aaron was a fun-loving, carefree, outgoing person. He always made everyone feel like they were a friend. He would give the shirt off his back to help anyone. He was always the first person to volunteer to lend a helping hand and his lighthearted sense of humor made the work and spending time with him a true joy. He was a loving husband, a devoted father whose every thought revolved around his family. Breanna and Nicholas were everything to him and he always put them first. Unfortunately, the world's burdens became so overwhelming, and too soon Aaron left this world, but he will remain forever in our hearts, thoughts, and prayers until we meet again.  

 In lieu of tributes, memorial donations may be made to either the CMHA Saskatchewan Division (2702- 12th Ave Regina, SK. S4T 1J2) or to the Saskatchewan Breast Cancer Connect (3750 Salverson Bay, Regina, SK. S4V 2H1). Family and friends wishing to send online condolences are welcome to visit www.beaulacfuneralhome.com Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Beau “Lac” Funeral Home & Crematorium, Tammy Smart – Director, Shellbrook, SK. 306-747-2828.  

 

 

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