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Charles Scott Brown
July 5, 1990 ~ July 2, 2023 (age 32) 32 Years Old
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We remember Charles Scott "Charlie" Brown, a man who lived life on his own terms and found joy in the simplest of things. Born on July 5, 1990. Charlie, lived in Sweet Idaho for 30 years. Charlie's life was anything but ordinary. He was a diesel mechanic by trade and a jack of all trades by heart. He was a man of the great outdoors, taking pleasure in hunting, fishing, camping, snowmobiling, 4 wheeling and firewood gathering; no tree was too big to fall "the bigger the tree the better." He loved to tease his sisters with his wit, a trait that made him a beloved figure within his circle.
Charlie was a loyal and reliable friend. He was generous to a fault, always ready to lend a hand and never expecting anything in return. His love for life was infectious, much like his love for old country music, which he often sang with family and friends. One of Charlie’s favorite John Wayne quotes, "I have tried to live my life so that my family would love me and my friends respect me. The others can do whatever the hell they please."
Charlie was the proud father of Kiahia, who was his world, his pride and joy. He was survived by his daughter Kiahia Brown, parents, Scott and Marlene Brown; sisters, Sierra and Saige Brown; grandparents Don and Bea Noorda, Vincent and Frieda Brown, niece Kylene Brown; and many loved aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
Charlie was a man who lived life with no regrets. He chose family, friends, fun and excitement over hard work but never shied from his responsibilities. As we remember Charlie, let us celebrate his life and the joy he brought to ours. Please visit Charlie's memorial page to share your fondest memories and upload photos of our beloved Charlie. His spirit lives on in the stories we tell and in the memories we cherish.
“Oh, the last goodbye's is the hardest one to say. This is where the cowboy rides away.”