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Lori Brown

May 25, 1965 ~ July 3, 2023 (age 58) 58 Years Old
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It is with great sadness to share the news of the passing of Lori Ann Brown of Flin Flon, MB on July 3 2023 at the age of 58 Years. As we mourn the loss of our loved one that has worn many hats over the years that include but not limited to; A Daughter, A Sister, A Mother, Aunt, A Best Friend, A Co-Worker, A Partner in crime for a good adventure, we are left with one question…. How can you put it all into words? The answer is simple…. You can’t!

Lori Ann Brown was born on May 25 1965 in Tisdale Saskatchewan, The third child of Ronald and Yvonne Brown. Over the years she has grown up living in a few small towns throughout Saskatchewan before the family moved to Lynn Lake in the early 70’s. It was during this time that she also made some lifelong friends that became family, additional brothers and sisters if you will. Growing up with this close knit group of teenagers brought many adventures, lessons, laughs, tears, and probably a lot more grey hairs for their parents then they would like to admit, but nonetheless, there was a bond and love that lasted a lifetime. As you can probably predict, as time passed it was time for a new adventure, which brought Lori to Winnipeg in the early 80’s, followed by Gillam for a few years, until moving to Saskatoon in her early 20’s. It was in Saskatoon where Lori started her career as a care aid at Lutheran Home. Her loving, caring, gentle nature made her a natural for this position. She was loved by her co-workers and made instant friends wherever she went as she was fun, loving and welcomed them with open arms. During her time in Saskatoon she met Victor, and in 2003 her life changed forever when they welcomed their son Brayden into the world. Lori had always wanted to be a mother, and having looked after all her nieces and nephews all these years it was very evident that she was destined to be a great one. In 2011 the decision was made to move to Flin Flon to be closer to family, and a new beginning. She continued her career as a care aid at the Personal Care Home. During this time she worked with many, that were not just co-workers but cherished friends. Sadly in 2016, Victor, the father of her son had passed away. Lori always worked hard to give her son Brayden the best life that she could, and she most certainly succeeded at that. Lori was very proud of her son, and spoke very lovingly of him all the time. One of her proudest moments was attending his graduation ceremony on June 29 2023, She was so proud she was just glowing!

Lori was predeceased by her Mother Yvonne Brown(Lalonde) in 2007 and her Father Ronald Brown in 2022. Lori shared a very close relationship with her parents, many memories she cherished forever.

Lori is survived by:

-Her son Brayden Nilghe who she loved with all her heart, he was her reason, her purpose, her life. She was so proud of the handsome, caring, smart young man he has become.

-Her Sister Penny who she loved very much and cherished their sisterly chats and visits.

-Her Brother Wade(Sheila) Brown, who she looked up to and loved very much, could always rely on for guidance, advice, and support when needed. They shared many good times and adventures as these three were always the best of friends from the very beginning, Wade the protective big brother and Sheila, exactly like another big sister.

-Her Brother Trent Brown, who she loved very much and was so happy to have move to Flin Flon so she could spend more time with him. She loved their chats, adventures and going for breakfast/lunch often!

-Her Niece Sherry(Mike) Baschuk, Nephew Shawn(Jennifer) Grandguillot, who she also loved very much.

-Her Niece Marie Brown who she loved very much and always said she was so beautiful and glad she got to know her more over the years as she has always lived far away.

-Her Niece Jennifer(Trevor) Brown who she loved very much and became her best friend whom she also worked along side and referred to her as her donkey (Pronounced Donkeh) a nickname and inside joke which was lovingly shared between them. They shared many laughs and good times together, memories to last a lifetime.

-Her Nephew Kyle(James Kuss) Brown who she loved very much and shared many fun adventures/road trips, chats, hugs, get togethers, lunch dates and were gambling buddies. They did not win often but the real win was the close relationship and the time spent together over the years that was truly priceless.

She also had many great nieces, great nephews, and extended family that she considered to be like brothers and sisters. Lori loved and cherished each and every person in her life.

Lori will always be remembered for her kind, gentle loving soul. She had a smile that can light a room and an infectious laugh that would cause the room to erupt in laughter along with her. She was always up for some kind of adventure or road trip. She was an animal lover and was always a cat person.  She had a priceless sense of humour and ability to tell you like it is.. sometimes you didn’t want to hear it but she would tell you anyways… That was Lori.

To sum Lori up in a few words is not as easy at it sounds, she was exactly as she is described, fun, loving, caring, bubbly, helpful, and most of all willing. Lori was usually always down for a few drinks, a good time and occasionally loved the slots. We all know she had a stubborn streak, opiniated, and a bit sassy, but that was Lori. (Not always) Wouldn’t have had her any other way. As we say good bye we know that each of us have our own special memories that we will cherish. Forever loved and always remembered.


A message from your Niece Marie Brown of Lynn Lake Manitoba:

One of my favorite memories of my Aunt Lori was when we lived in Gillam, MB. I would go visit Grandma, Grandpa, Lori and Trent. They had an Alvin and the Chipmunks Christmas tape that I absolutely loved. Aunt Lori was the only one that had the patience to listen to it with me, although she may have left the room once or twice. For anyone who has heard it before, you would understand, Haha. Still to this day if I hear it, it brings a smile to my face. Much love, Marie.


To My Auntie Lori (Written by Kailah)

Auntie Lori was a good person she was caring and a hardworking woman. She was my great auntie, she was a mom, she was a health care aid, she was a sister and she was a friend. She had lots of challenges like her health and when I found out about her passing I was shocked, I saw her on grad day and I told her to get better, I guess she didn't that was my last words I said to her to get better and healthy again. All I know I loved her very much, I miss her and it isn't gonna be the same without her and  ..... I love you auntie.


Celebration of Life
July 7, 2023

2:00 PM
Chapel of Grant Funeral Home
120 Highway 10A West
Flin Flon, MB R8A0C6

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In Loving Memory Of

Lori Brown

May 25, 1965-July 3, 2023

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Online Memory & Photo Sharing Event
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In Loving Memory Of

Lori Brown

May 25, 1965-July 3, 2023

Look inside to read what others have shared

Family and friends are coming together online to create a special keepsake. Every memory left on the online obituary will be automatically included in the book.   


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