BROWN BLAKE DONALD Age 69. Died October 29, 2012. Born April 7, 1943 in Detroit. Son of Blake Brown and Mary Kulikowski Brown. Beloved husband of Janice (nee Kemp). Loving father of Blake (Michelle), Jeffrey, Brad (Nada), Bruce, Brian and Claudia. Proud grandfather of Blake, Michael, Adam, Bruce Jr., Jeremy, Bryan and Tommy. Great- grandfather of Marlee. Loving brother of Barbara Allen, Donna McCann, Maryetta Rembis and Russell. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Graduate of Chadsey High School, class of 1961. Served in the U.S. Army. Retired from Chrysler McGraw Glass Plant. Visitation 2-8 p.m. Sunday at Professional Mortuary Services, 3833 Livernois Rd. (2 Blocks S. of Michigan Ave.) Detroit. Military Honors Services 10:30 a.m. Monday at Great Lakes National Cemetery.
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It is with great sadness to hear this news and read about cousin Blake. I always enjoyed chatting with Blake and Janice on my occassional visits on my way home from work. I offer my deepest condolences to Janice and her family.
Remember Blake as a paperboy in 1954.Had the privilege of meeting and working with him 1997 til we retired in 2003. One hellava guy. God Bless him and his family.
One who be remembered by the lives he touched. In so many ways. RIP My Brother and friend.
It is with great sadness to here of Blake's passing. There are many memories of good times together with Blake & Janice. My prayers are with Janice and the family, also that Blake will have a safe trip all the way to join the other angles.
As a co-worker at McGraw Glass Plant of Blake - I have some great memroies of him and the man he was. One year he was "Employee of The Month". Rest In Peace Blake and may God grant your family the loving - wonderful memroies that were your life.
I will miss u Blake
Safe trip all the way, cousin and give my love to everyone, once your there.
Blake Brown is my Uncle and one of my very favorite people I have ever known. His house was always open to me and I could visit any time day or night and never be turned away. He never yelled at me and always had a smile and sometimes taught me some kind of lesson as I grew up and I always considered him an extension of his own father, my Grandpa, Blake Brown. He was a lot of fun and always told great stories about my Dad and all the antics that went on at the racetrack or in the neighborhood. I will always remember him with a can of beer in his hand as will most everyone else. I don't think he would have been the same man without it. He never gave me a beer because I was underage and for that he is to be commended. He set a good example. As a sign of respect, I always made sure I never personally stole a can of his beer. I got my younger cousin Brucie to do it.
It is with a sad heart that we say goodbye to Blake, he will be missed. God Bless his family in their time of sorrow.
I have many great memories with Blake & Jay. I am soo sorry to find out about him. My deepest sympathy goes out to the whole family. Great vacation memories in Canada. Rest in Peace.
will be there sunday & strapped, i know the area, think its safe during daylite hours, nite time a different story,so sad, many health problems.
Blake was my most valued employee in the shipping department of the McGraw Glass Plant for many years. His work ethic was the best. I enjoyed his humor and his similar interest in sports. His laugh was memorable. My deepest regrets go out to his family.
With our deepest sympathy our heart goes out to you and your family in this time of sorrow and loss. MR.BLAKE BROWN Will forever be remembered,forever be missed.He was someone special can never be forgotten.
He was a true friend and he will be missed.
My deepest sympathy to the family. May he rest in peace.