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     What does it mean to provide great service?

Unfortunately, with so many companies, gone are the days of great service.  I’m reminded of the gas stations back when I was a kid.   You’d pull into the service station and the attendant would come out fill your tank, check your oil, wash your windshield and check the air in your tires, all for one price and to top it off,  he did it all with a smile. Sadly that quality of service is hard to find these days.  Heck most of the time you can’t even get the smile. At Brown’s we want people to be reminded of the good ole days when they come into our funeral home.   We promise to give our very best in providing the type of service you expect and deserve.

Kevin Brown- Funeral Director

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Brown’s Cremation and Funeral Service is delighted to welcome Logan Robison to our staff.

Logan is a very active young man who carefully balances sports, activities and interests with his career. A leader by nature and motivated to achieve, he graduated with honors from Fruita High School.

Discovering that hard work brings rewards, Logan started his own lawn-mowing business at age 12. He developed skills in roofing and carpentry as he worked with his dad during his high school years and after graduation.

Given the opportunity to work with his grandparents at Brown’s, he has fallen in love with the funeral business and has set his sights on a degree in Mortuary Science.

When it comes to fun, snowboarding and motorcycles are high on his list. But, most of all, Logan loves helping people and he wants to make a difference.

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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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