Aaron “Bo” Brown

January 19, 1977 - July 19, 2016
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Aaron “Bo” Brown, 39 of Seymour, Indiana, passed away Tuesday, July 19, 2016, in North Vernon, Indiana. He was born January 19, 1977, in Seymour, Indiana, the son of the late Edward and Linda (Aikman) Brown. He married Margaret Thompson on September 19, 2009, at Immanuel Lutheran Church, and she survives. Aaron was a memberContinue Reading

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Amanda Whitsitt-Hoffman left a message on May 16, 2017:
Margaret & Family, I am so very sorry for your loss. Our family will continue to pray for peace and comfort during this difficult time. Amanda Whitsitt-Hoffman
TINA L LEAS left a message on May 16, 2017:
Margaret, I am so sorry we can't be there. Bo will be greatly missed. Tina and Gregg Leas
Don Pedigo left a message on July 20, 2016:
Bo was a dear friend to me. I have many great memories with him but I think my favorite was the time he signed up to be my first road manger. The gig was somewhere in Illinois at a club called the O-Zone where country singer Gretchen Wilson worked. We didn't know who she was at the time but the employees sure let us know she was the local talent. Many things went south that night like the owner, Big O, telling me not to play any of that hippie Grateful Dead crap. Apparently he didn't listen to the demo I had sent in advance! Luckily, I did know a few Merle Haggard and Conway Twitty tunes. I recall pulling a loaner guitar out of the case and having to repair it MacGyver style with chewing gum and an old guitar string. Another image from that night was guitarist Matt Buckner's foot going through the floor by the pool table where he and Bo were playing. I'm also pretty sure Bo was the one to discover the club's sewage system running through the parking lot. I'm glad he was the one who collected the money from Big O. The look on his face when we loaded up was priceless and truly classic Bo! We ended up running out of fuel at a gas station after the show. The station was in the middle of nowhere so we crashed there until they opened. There we were, all three of us jammed into Bo's Chevy S-10. It was an extended cab but still an s-10 ha ha! When we finally got on our way back to Indiana we took some backroads only to end up again in Illinois somehow a few hours later. What we thought then was a disaster turned into one of my fondest memories. I'm absolutely heartbroken to lose such a dear and great friend of 25 years. His wife and family will be in my heart and prayers. See you in heaven big guy. I love you! Don Pedigo
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