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Joseph Henry Browne

Joe passed away peacefully on 3rd December 2020. Father to Thomas, Nicholas & Kerry. Son, Brother, Uncle, Cousin and Family of many. Lincolnshire Poacher & 2nd Royal Anglian Regiment to the end.


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  1. An Angel called back home. I hope you’re full of your usual full smiles.
    You were like a big brother who brought joy to soo many of us.

    You made time to check on me after my illness during the lockdown. I do appreciate all your time and efforts to cheer me up.

    Thank you for helping to shape my love for Kiz, each song brings great memories of your infectious laughter (i have the videos you took for me, each one has your voice 😊).

    I am heartbroken we couldn’t catch up where we left off.

    I pray God to give you Eternal Life and keep you safe.

    Its not a bye, just a farewell on the journey home.
    Lots love.
    Alex

    Alexander Adu Gyamfi
  2. You can shed tears that he is gone,or you can smile because he has lived,
    you can close your eyes and pray that he will come back,or you can open your eyes and see all that he
    has left ,your heart can be empty because you cannot see him or you can be full of the love that you shared,you can turn your back on tomorrow and live yesterday,or you can be happy for tomorrow
    because of yesterday you can remember him and only that he has gone,or you can cherish his
    memory and let it live on,you can cry and close your mind.Be empty and turn your back
    Or you can do what he would want.
    Smile Open your eyes Love and go on.

    Alfred h O'DeLL (ex 1/st 3/rd East Anglia 1644 foot
  3. I never met Joseph but was devastated to hear of the death of such an inspiration man, who had obviously made a huge, positive impression on the lives of so many people.

    On behalf of everybody at the Armour Centre, Bovington, I wish to extend my deepest condolences to Joseph and his family, friends and colleagues. The loss of a soldier is keenly felt by the whole Army family and indeed the wider community.

    Wish deepest sympathy

    Major (Retd) William John Barr MBE
  4. In this sorrowful time, I would like to extend to you my heartfelt condolences. May our Lord comfort you and your loved ones.

    Miss Gemma Matthews
  5. A great friend, soldier and brother Poacher.
    Always there to help others and always smiling. My thoughts are with your family at this sad time..
    RIP Joe, see you at the final re org mate…

    Stuart Addison
  6. Joe was known by so many on the dance scene. He always had the biggest smile and was so welcoming to everyone. His love of salsa and kizomba music was something he shared with us and there was always a queue waiting to drag him from the dj booth for a dance. He was a fantastic lead, teacher, dj and friend and will be greatly missed. He proudly spoke of how big his family was and my condolences go out to you all.

    Anne-Marie Hempstead
  7. A great guy, always smiling, great character always with time for others, was a pleasure knowing you, sincerest condolances to all family and friends.
    RIP Joe you’ll always be remembered.

    Kev (lucy) Luckett
  8. So glad I got to hug, kiss and dance with you in the Medbar in November last year. Have a dance with a rum up in heaven, from me Love and miss you lots!

    Katrina X

    Katrina Bryson
  9. Remembered with love.
    Anne Robinson & Family x

    Anne Robinson & Family
  10. Oh boy, where do I begin, so many fond memories of our times together, the laughs to the most serious of talks. Always loved.

    Jacqui Ogando

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This funeral is private at the family's request. However you are able to send a message of condolence or leave a donation if applicable.


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