In Memoriam
Matthew (Mack) Brown

June 30th 1932 - May 2nd 2022

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Matthew Brown Jr. (Mack)
June 30th 1932 – May 2nd 2022

It is with very heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Matthew Brown Jr. on May 2nd, 2022. He was in his 90th year. He is survived by his beloved wife of 64 years Marylin Courtland as well as his dear sister Tina Chasse.

Dad was a loving father to his children Glenn (Karen), Derek (previously deceased) Dana, and (previously deceased) Wendy (Ian).

Grandpa is also survived by his amazing grandchildren, Stephanie (Chris), Allison (Korie), Trevor (Shantell), (previously deceased Adam), Taylor (Victoria), Devon and Cheyenne.

He was a proud Great grandpa to Brayden, Jamie, Jackson, Emerson, Myckenzie and Emmett.

In addition, Mack leaves to mourn countless nieces, nephews, family and friends.

Mack was a longtime active member of the Rawdon Centennial Masons Lodge, as well as a member of the Karnak Shriners in the Motor Corps unit.

He is deeply loved and missed.

As per Dads wishes, a cremation will take place and a “Celebration of Life” will follow at a later date.

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Dear Uncle Mack, I have fond memories of you loading up the vehicle and taking all the cousins for Sunday drives, to the beach, the falls, pontbriand, the four chutes, I remember playing hockey on the skating rink in the back yard in Greenfield Park with the boys, the camping to Gananoque and the 1000 islands and your patience with all us kids most of all. Goodb


dbohonis - May 4, 2022 8:54 PM

Dear Uncle Mack, I have fond memories of you loading up the vehicle and taking all the cousins for Sunday drives, to the beach, the falls, pontbriand, the four chutes, I remember playing hockey on the skating rink in the back yard in Greenfield Park with the boys, the camping to Gananoque and the 1000 islands and your patience with all us kids most of all. Goodbye to everyone except Uncle Mack, Love David


dbohonis - May 4, 2022 8:24 PM

Uncle Mack, I just realized that I spelled your nick name wrong in all those Christmas cards over the years. Sorry about that. Thanks for the trips to the streams near Rawdon that used to actually have brook trout and thanks even more for cleaning the fish afterward. We're going to miss you. I'm sure that most people who had the chance to have a few beers with you would have really liked to hear one more rendition of Bye Bye Blackbird. Maybe when we're all together on the other side. Rest in peace because you certainly deserve it. With love from Peter and family.


Peter Bohonis - May 3, 2022 7:01 PM

Dearest Mack, Your kindness and smile will never be forgotten. You always had something lovely to say whether I met you in the grocery store, on the street, passing by your house on my walks. You will be forever missed. Heaven has gained an angel. May you keep on shining your brightness onto your family and guide them along life. Sending the whole family me deepest sympathies and many hugs. You are in my thoughts and prayers. RIP Mr. Brown, All my love, Jeannie x


Jeanne - May 3, 2022 3:46 AM