March 4, 1967 ~ February 10, 2020

Born in: San Antonio, TX
Resided in: Arvada, CO

Timothy Sale Brown, 52, passed away on February 10, 2020. He was born to Adam Sale Brown and Lynne Canning on March 4, 1967.

Tim is survived by his loving wife Gini Lu Brown; his parents; his children Zoehannah Brown, Jessica (Jay) Koepf, and Benjamin Zell; his grandchildren Oskar Koepf, Malcolm Koepf, Calleigh Zell, Brahm Zell, and Steven Epling; his siblings Brian Brown, Deanna (Derek) Kirkham, Debi (Larry) Barnwell, Kevin (Karen) Valgardson, Anne Harrington, Karen Pakiser, and Judy Kopulos; his nieces and nephews Megan Brown, Michael Brown, Paul (Lyndsay) Harrington, Robert (Barbara) Harrington, Alexis Harrington, Robert Harrington, Owen Harrington, Hadley Harrington, Davin Kirkham, Dani (Sam) Gee, Dustin Kirkham, Daylee Kirkham, Micheal (Christine) Pakiser, Tyler Barnwell, Shane Barnwell, Jacob Barnwell, and Nick Barnwell; along with many other beloved family members and friends. Timothy was preceded in death by his brother, Kevin Brown.

A Memorial Service will be held on Thursday, February 13th at 2:00pm at the Horan & McConaty Family Chapel at 7577 W. 80th Avenue, Arvada 80003.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Tim’s memory to:
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
200 Vesey Street, 28th Floor
New York, NY 10281
(800) 533-CURE (2873)

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Memorial Service: February 13, 2020 2:00 pm

Horan & McConaty - Northwest/Arvada
7577 W. 80th Ave.
Arvada, CO 80003

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  1. His honesty and openness helped me so much in my daily struggle. They way he spoke of his daughter made me a better father to my own daughters. He was always so proud of her. I will miss him dearly.

  2. I had the privilege of giving Tim rides over the past few months and really got to know him on a different level. He was so open and honest about his struggles but he was also very optimistic about the future. He was so looking forward to using his new camper and getting on his bike.
    He loved his family and talked about his wife and daughter a lot.
    He was an inspiration to us all and he will be missed.
    May God bless you until we meet again.

  3. A great man. Heart of gold. I’m honored to have known such a tremendous and loving spirit. Tim always made time for me. He believed in me when I didn’t. He was proud of his wife and child, he spoke of them often. I’ll always remember the times he drove me to auto parts stores in Arvada, on the hunt for car parts. He never asked me for anything – he was a great friend. We laughed a lot, we cried, we celebrated 24 hour victories. Timbo Slice, I love you. Rest easy.

  4. We are so sorry to hear about Tim. He tried so hard during some very challenging times, I know. Love to the family.

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