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Is Brown’s Cremation & Funeral Service Family and Locally Owned?

Yes, we’re proud to be family and locally owned. Along with our staff, Our family is dedicated to the care of those we serve. Kevin Brown began his career in funeral service in 1991 in northern California and has had the opportunity of serving many families over the years.  Sheila Brown is a native of Grand Junction and served as a Division Clerk for the 21st Judicial District of Colorado for over 20 years. In 2014 we opened our doors with the intent of changing the culture of funeral service and providing the care families deserve at a price that is affordable. To date we have had the opportunity of serving 580 families. We value the trust you have placed in us and we are here to help you in the future.

We have added new features for your web experience with us. They include:

  • Ordering Flowers directly from our site                                                                              
  • Enhanced Obituaries with a Guest Book, Automatic Email Subscription when new notices are posted
  • New ways to send condolences such as food gifts and sympathy cards
  • Have you ever heard of a funeral home working to save lives ?
  • Find out more about DNA Banking and Keepsakes

    DNA Crystal Art

    DNA Remembrance Jewelry

    DNA Banking

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Brown’s Cremation and Funeral Service is delighted to welcome Thomas Preston Walton, III to our staff. Growing up in Arlington, TX Thomas was very empathetic, often expressed compassion for others and was an exceptionally good listener. He always knew he wanted to help people. Attending his grandfather’s funeral became a pivotal time in his life. Expecting the worst, he remembers how much better he felt after seeing his grandfather’s body in the casket. He watched friends and other family members show the same positive reaction at the viewing. At the funeral service, he witnessed the caring attentiveness of the professional funeral directors.At age 13, he announced to his mother he wanted to be a funeral director, and had her take him to the local Funeral Home to meet the funeral director there. He learned exactly what was required and was determined that someday he would go to Mortuary College.Thomas was a good mortuary student and received an award for outstanding attendance. He graduated from the Dallas Institute of Funeral Service in 2003. He began his mortuary career in Glenwood Springs, CO where he served as a funeral director and embalmer. He was also Deputy Coroner of Garfield County. Helping families through the difficulty of losing a loved one is a passion that fulfills him. Thomas is an outdoors enthusiast who enjoys hiking, four wheeling, camping and boating. He especially delights in metal detecting which has yielded many treasures. He also likes working on old cars. But, more than anything, Thomas is a devoted family man who enjoys spending time with his wife, Misty, and their 15 year old son, Caden.

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What happens if I should Die While Out Of State Or Country?

The death of a loved one is a very difficult time. This time can be even more difficult if your loved one dies away from home while traveling. The additional financial strain on top of the emotional strain can be overwhelming. Brown’s is pleased to offer a low cost of $449 single payment travel assurance plan, should death occur while traveling at least 100 miles from your legal residence, this plan would cover all expenses to have your remains returned home from anywhere in the world. We invite you to visit with us for more information.

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