Barry BROWN
1932 - 2021
BORN
1932
DIED
2021
FUNERAL HOME
Eagars Funeral Services (New Plymouth Home)
172- 174 Lemon Street
New Plymouth, Taranaki
BROWN,
Barry William James:
29 April 1932 –
24 November 2021
Peacefully at Taranaki Base Hospital, aged 89. Dearly loved husband of Joan for 71 years. Father of Jim, Chris, and the late Graham. Father-in-law of Sandra, and Wendy. Grandad of AJ, Sophie, Dan, and Tim. Great-Grandad of Liam, Lucas, Blake, Carter, Austin, and Isabelle. Loved brother of Verna, Leath, Rae, and Thea. Messages to the Brown Family may be left on Barry's tribute page at eagars.co.nz/barry. A service to celebrate Barry's life will be held at Eagars Te Henui Chapel, 174 Lemon Street, New Plymouth, on Saturday 27 November 2021, at 11.00am, followed by a private cremation. For those unable to attend, Barry's funeral will be livestreamed via his tribute page.



Published by Taranaki Daily News from Nov. 26 to Nov. 27, 2021.
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MEMORIAL EVENTS
Nov
27
Celebration of Life
11:00a.m.
Eagars Te Henui Chapel
174 Lemon Street, New Plymouth, Taranaki
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Our thoughts are with you at this sad time. We had quite a few enjoyable dealings, over the years with Barry at the car yard. Bob and Janice at Wade Cars Ltd
Bob Wade
December 2, 2021
My condolences for the loss of your loved one. May The God of all comfort, comfort your hearts and grant your family peace, during this difficult time. 2 Thessalonians 2:17
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Other
December 1, 2021
To Barry's wife and family, please accept my deepest sympathy on your loss. May you be comforted by the memories you made and treasure and the support of family and close friends. I have fond memories of Barry in his MAF role whilst I was Lab Mngr of the Egmont Dairy Company at Opunake. In particular (around 1974) was a 'project' whereby MAF officers travelled onto farms to do temperature checks of milk in vats (and whether or not the vat chiller was even turned on). This project was undertaken in the evenings. I recall that Barry, with his big Chrysler Valiant had a problem on one farm track where the fuel tank scraped on the high centre of the tanker track, causing some damage. Barry was far from impressed and sucking twice as hard on his trusty pipe! I will always hold Barry in great respect as a genuine 'people' person (as well as a devoted 'Morrie' fan). I was proud to have a working association with him.
Errol Hamill
Work
November 29, 2021
Barry was a lovely man who always had a laugh. He will be with my dad (Bryan Rook) discussing campervans. They had many wonderful campervan adventures together alover New Zealand. He will he sadly missed.
Lynne & Stephen Ryan
November 26, 2021
Barry was a founding member, the first and longtime President of both Taranaki Morris Minor Car Club and New Zealand Morris Minor Federation. A Life Member of TMMCC, his valuable knowledge and his dedication to all things Morrie will be sadly missed.
Shirley Brown TMMCC
Friend
November 26, 2021
BROWN, Barry:29 April 1932 – 24 November 2021Barry was a founding member, the first and longtime President of both Taranaki Morris Minor Car Club and New Zealand Morris Minor Federation. A Life Member of TMMCC, his valuable knowledge and his dedication to all things Morrie will be sadly missed.

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