Wayne Brown & Sandra Erickson-Brown
August 04, 2019
|Wayne Emanuel Brown |
October 10, 1936 - August 04, 2021 (age 85)
Sandra Lee Erickson Brown
May 06, 1946 - August 04, 2021 (age 75)
No obituary on record.
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Wayne Emanuel Brown & Sandra Lee Erickson Brown
Wayne Emanuel Brown (10/10/36) and Sandra Lee Erickson Brown (5/6/46) passed away on August 4, 2021, as a result of a tragic automobile accident on Hwy 65 south of McGregor, MN.
Wayne is survived by his sister, Pat Hill, sons Wayne F. (Jan), Gregory (Belle), Keith (Sabrina), Jeffrey (Carrie), gradchildren Kennedy and Logan.
Sandra is survived by daughter Cara Nygaard and mother Audrey Meints, brothers Keith (Barb), Paul, Gary (Deanna) and two grandchildren.
An informal celebration of life will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 21, 2021 at Carmel Lutheran Church, MN Hwy 65, Jacobson, MN.
The funeral will be held at St. Michael’s Chruch, 12026 Lake Street, Northome, MN at 11 a.m. on Saturday, October 9, 2021.
Burial to follow Mass at Kinghurst Cemetery.
|At least 2 die in Aitkin County crash|
The condition of one driver, a 23-year-old man from Brooklyn Park, has not yet been disclosed.
By Star Tribune staff AUGUST 4, 2021 — 7:04PM
At least two people were killed Wednesday in a three-vehicle crash in White Pine Township in Aitkin County.
According to the State Patrol, a 2018 Toyota Camry heading south on Hwy. 65 just south of Hwy. 27 went into the northbound lane to pass a 2015 Toyota Sienna and struck a northbound 2011 Toyota RAV4 head-on just before noon.
The condition of the Camry's driver, a 23-year-old man from Brooklyn Park, has not yet been disclosed.
The RAV4 driver, Sandra Lee Erickson-Brown, 75, of Jacobson, Minn., died at the scene, as did her passenger, Wayne Emanuel Brown, 84, also of Jacobson. Both were wearing seat belts, the patrol said.
The driver of the Sienna, David Paul Jedinak, 71, of Fridley, was not hurt, the patrol said. He was wearing a seat belt.
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