Brown Jack Obituary, Death -On November 16, 2022, Jack Brown, who resided at 3 Moyadam Close, Parkgate, passed away calmly in the comfort of his own home, after a brief bout of battling an illness before his passing. Jack’s passing came after a brief battle with an illness before his passing. The funeral for him was held the day after he passed away.

He had passed away the previous day. He was the cherished husband of Audrey, the cherished father of Stephen, Gillian, and Neil, and the cherished grandfather of Stephen, Gary, James, Ross, and Alysha. In addition, he was the cherished great-grandfather of Stephen, Gary, and Alysha. In addition to that, Stephen, Gary, and Alysha were honored to call him their beloved great-grandfather.

At 9:15 in the morning on November 25th, 2022, there will be a service of thanksgiving for the life of Jack held at Wrays Funeral Church, which is located at 41 Church Street in Antrim, BT41 4BE. There has not been a decision made regarding the time that the service will start or when it will take place yet. Immediately following the conclusion of the funeral service, the Roselawn Crematorium will be the location of the committal service that will be held there.

At this time, flowers ought to be restricted to being delivered only to the immediate family. In lieu of sending flowers, contributions can be made to the Macmillan Unit at the Antrim Area Hospital (c/o Wrays Funeral Directors; address is listed above) or you can visit their website to make a contribution. You can send your contributions to the above-mentioned address, which is provided for your convenience.

You are welcome to send in any contributions you have through the website, which can be accessed at Everyone in the extended family wants to take this opportunity to offer their most heartfelt condolences to the family of the deceased during this difficult time. If we knew that waking you up while you were soundly sleeping and free from any discomfort would cause you additional suffering, we would do everything in our power to avoid waking you up while you were sleeping soundly.