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The Sanpete Messenger
Dallen Brown
Dallen Brown

 

Dallen Thomas Brown, son of Michael and Amy Brown passed away Feb. 6, 2017 peacefully in his mother’s arms at home, where he wanted to be. 

                Dallen has truly earned his wings after a long battle with cerebral palsy and a rare brain condition.  Dallen was born on Sept. 24, 2003 in Mt. Pleasant

                Dallen is brother to Mackenzie (Ashli) Brown, St. George; sister MaKayla Brown, Moroni; proud uncle to Riken and Rogue, St. George; grandson to Ronald and Camille Nunley, Moroni; Robert Thomas (R.T.) Brown, Grantsville; great-grandson to Ruby Nunley, Moroni, and a special brother to Brittany (Weston) Miller, Grantsville and  Stevie (Frank) Woods, Tooele

                Dallen had a love for football since the day he was born.  He loved the Dallas Cowboys and watching his big brother’s football games.  After Mackenzie graduated, Dallen turned to rodeo.  From Utah to Mississippi and all the states in between, following his big sister, he was her biggest fan. 

                Dallen is loved by so many and will be truly missed by his mom especially. He will also be missed by his dad, his big brother and his big sisters, grandparents, his two little nephews, aunts and uncles, many amazing cousins, extended family, friends and his rodeo family. 

                Dallen is preceded in death by his very special grandma whom was waiting for him with open arms, Pamela V. Brown; great-grandparents, Bennett and Jean Madsen; Wallace Lee Nunley; also two very special people, Sandy Jones and Bob (Woodsy) Woods. 

                Funeral services were held Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2017 at 1 p.m. in the Moroni LDS Stake Center. Visitation was Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.in the Moroni Stake Center. Interment in the Moroni City Cemetery.

                Donations to the family in lieu of flowers would be appreciated. Special thanks to Holly Draper for the love, friendship, and care she gave to Dallen and Amy these last couple weeks.

Online condolence at www.rasmussenmortuary.com.