Bryce Brown Obituary, Bryce Brown Has Passed Away

Bryce Brown Obituary, Bryce Brown Has Passed Away

Bryce Brown Obituary, Death – On the 26th of May, 2023, in the city of Indianapolis, Bryce Andrew Brown, age 18, was taken from this world unexpectedly. Chris Brown and Candy (Smith) Brown welcomed their son Bryce into the world on May 29, 2004, in the city of Terre Haute. Bryce received his diploma from Whites High School, which is located in Wabash, Indiana.

In addition to being employed with Poindexter Excavating in Indianapolis, he was also a member of Operating Engineers Local 841. Bryce was a diligent worker who took great pleasure in operating the scraper. When he wasn’t working for Poindexter, he was putting in time at the excavating company that his family owned, Brown Brothers Excavating.

Bryce came to look up to his supervisor, Jared Haddon, and count him as a close friend during his time spent working at Poindexter. Bryce’s favorite things to do when he wasn’t working were singing and listening to music. Bowling was another one of his many athletic pursuits, along with football and basketball, go kart racing with his brother, and racing go karts.

His bowling partner was his grandmother, Rita. Bryce cherished the time he had to spend with his friends and family. He had a huge heart and was always willing to help anyone who needed it, whether it was a friend or a complete stranger. He was always willing to provide a helping hand to anyone who needed it. He didn’t know a stranger in his life, and he left an indelible mark on everyone he came in contact with.

Bryce’s great grandparents, Jack and Lucille Brown, as well as Robert Palm, all away before him. His maternal grandparents, Bernell and John Smith, as well as his uncles Rick Smith and Bill Brown, also passed away before him. Bryce Brown is survived by his parents, Chris and Candy Brown, one brother, Brodie Brown, grandparents, Rita Brown and Jack and Theresa Brown, and one great grandmother, Betty Palm.

Bryce also had a great grandmother named Betty Palm. In addition to his best companions Inferno and Pepper, who are both dogs, Bryce is also survived by a large number of members of his extended family and close friends. On Thursday, June 1st, there will be a visitation from 4 to 8 o’clock in the evening at the Lawson-Miller Chapel, which is located at 1702 East National Avenue in Brazil. At the funeral home on Friday, June 2nd, at 11 AM, there will be a funeral service for the deceased.