Brown Funeral Home, Larimore, ND

Brown Funeral Home

224 Booth Ave
Larimore, ND 58251
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Phone: (701) 343-2450

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Comment on Brown Funeral Home - Larimore, ND written by: Connie Bill Connolly 5 stars 2011-11-22 15:25:18 I found this e-mail address so just thought I would wish you a very Happy Thanksgiving. Hope you can give that wild Joe/Rita Hunt my address. We have moved into our new home about a month ago. We are now city people, the country was getting to be a bit much for us old farts. We had a home built smaller and a nice garage with 10 foot doors. I will send you a letter with some photos. Take care. The Connolly's


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