"Jimmy" Percy James Brown

25th October 1928 - 18th December 2019
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St Johns Presbyterian Church
Berkshire Street
21 December 2019, 1:30PM

BROWN, Percy James (Jimmy).

Of Rowena Jackson Retirement Village, formerly of Arrowtown. Surrounded by his loving family at Southland Hospital on Wednesday 18th December 2019, aged 91 years. Loved husband of the late Naumai; father and father-in-law of Murray and Marilyn, Bevan and Carol, Suzanne, Phillipa and David. Loved Grandad Jimmy of Craig and Shelley, Megan, Nathan, and the late Hayden, Robbie, Brent, Gareth and Matthew, Rebecca, Jamie and Charlotte; and loved Great-Grandad of his 17 great-grandchildren. A service to celebrate Jim’s life will be held in St John’s Presbyterian Church, Berkshire Street, Arrowtown on Saturday 21 December at 1:30pm, followed by interment at Arrowtown Public Cemetery. Messages can be sent to 171 Findlay Road, 2RD Invercargill 9872, or to Jim’s tribute page at frasersfunerals.co.nz/tributes


My heartfelt sympathy to you all at this sad time
Pam west , Makarewa
Thoughts are with you all at this sad time.
With the loss of Jimmy.
May you find comfort and strength in your treasured memories.
With my Deepest Sympathy.
Philippa BLACKLER, Makarewa
Sincere condolences to the Brown family on the loss of the legendary "Jimmy Brown from Arrowtown". Our thoughts are with you all at this sad time.
Jill & Graeme Slaughter, Clyde
"Jimmy Brown from Arrowtown", you will be missed by all Staff and Residents of Serviced Apartments at Rowena Jackson. Everyone enjoyed your sense of humor and wit and this will be sorely missed. Out thoughts are with the family at this time.
Staff & Residents of Serviced Apartments at Rowena Jackson Retirement Village
Janice Munro for Staff & Residents of Serviced Apartments at Rowena Jackson Retirement Village, Invercargill
Thinking of you all at this sad time Deepest Sympathy
Fiona Sinclair, Dan Collis , Makarewa
Thinking of you all with heartfelt sympathy. Remembering the laughs, hehehe. May the wonderful happy memories with your dad/grandad help at this sad time.
Kerry D'Souza (Mangels), London