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Peter Brown RIP

Discussion in 'General Jazz Discussions' started by LASaxman, Apr 24, 2018.

  1. LASaxman

    LASaxman Active Member

    I just learned that 52nd Street member Peter Brown has passed away.

    Peter may have one of the newer members. I met him on another Internet forum and introduced him here. He was born in the UK and immigrated to Australia. Peter's musical tastes were somewhat on the conservative side, which prompted him to use the moniker "Dinosaur". He was a regular participant in our blindfold tests.

    Peter's son, Steve, posted the following on Facebook.

    I shall continue to access dads Facebook until after the funeral. The details of which are:

    Tuesday 1st May 2018
    10.30am
    St Lukes Catholic Church
    2 Parkside ramble
    Woodvale.

    A small wake will follow in the function room attached to the church.

    All are welcome of course, and should you know of any other friends of dads that might not be face book users please fell free to let them know of the arrangements.

    Dad requested no flowers, but donations either to silver chain or caritas Australia that was a preferred charity he supported.
     

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