Blaine Brown Obituary, Death – Blaine Anthanel Brown, Sr., 68, a resident of Westminster, passed away unexpectedly on December 5, 2022 as a direct result of the occurrence of events that were completely unforeseen in every way. Pritts Funeral Home & Chapel will be open to visitors from four in the afternoon until eight o’clock in the evening on the evening of Saturday, December 17, 2022. Family members will be there to meet and greet guests. On Sunday, December 18, 2022, at three o’clock in the afternoon, funeral services will be held at the Westminster Fire Engine and Hose Co.
In the city of Westminster, the funeral home may be found at number 28 John Street. Both the funeral and the burial will take place in private. We are at a loss for words due to the fact that the death of our brother Blaine Brown has rendered us unable to adequately convey the depth of our sorrow and rendered us mute. We would like to take this opportunity to pay our respects to a family member who served in the Westminster Fire Department and who has now left this world to go to his final resting place.
He was a member of the department for many years. We come before you to pay our respects to a family member who was a member of the Westminster Fire Department and who passed away recently. Please say a prayer with us for our good friend Blaine and his wife Jeanette, who are going through a difficult time. We come before you to pay our respects to a family member who was a member of the Westminster Fire Department. We are grateful that you have made him available to us so that we can get to know him and love him as a companion on our journeys here on earth and in the service that we provide to the community in our area.
We wrap him in the coziness and safety of your loving arms as we hold him close. In your thoughts and prayers, please keep him and his loved ones, friends, and coworkers in mind, and know that we will do the same in return. It is not even possible to find the words to fully convey how excruciatingly awful this is. Those people that we love are never truly absent from our lives. They are never too far away, but we are never able to catch a glimpse of them, and the sound of their footfall is never audible to us. In addition to being extremely near and dear to us, you will be deeply loved and missed throughout all of eternity.