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in memory of

Lindsay (Noel) Brown

Lindsay (Noel) Brown

1st January 1926 - 5th March 2023


Lindsay passed away peacefully at Ellery House Aged Care Castlemaine on 5th March 2023, aged 97 years young.

Dearly loved husband of Grace (dec).

Loving Father and Father in law of Gordon and Sue, Audrey and Peter, Maree and John, Wayne (dec), Tricia and Roger.

Much loved Pa of Aaron and Cara, Nathan and Kristal, Kimberley, Courtney and Elise, Lauren and Derek, Sarah and Dan,

Meagan and Brock, Stuart (dec) and Heidi, Warrick and Magda, and Kate.

Old man Pa of Jenna, Finn, Lily, Harry, Oliver, Cooper, Mahli, Monique, Phoebe, Patrick, Layla, Sienna, Harrison,

Ella, Archer, Oli, Aiden and Emily.

Great friend and companion of Mabel Bettie (dec).

It’s not what we write,

It’s not what we say,

It’s how we remember you in our own special way.

You will be forever in our hearts.


Family and friends are invited to attend Lindsay’s funeral service, to be held in the Chapel of Mount Alexander Funerals,

12 Campbell Street, Castlemaine on Wednesday 15th March commencing at 2.00pm.

Following this service the cortege will leave for the Maldon Cemetery.


If you wish to join us at the service via livestream,
please return to the home page of this website and click on the livestream button.
The service will be live approximately 5-10 minutes prior to commencing.


6 responses to “Lindsay (Noel) Brown”

  1. Jan Bremner says:

    In loving memory of Lindsay, a wonderful man who graced our lives. He was a shining example of a life well lived. Now at rest, after giving so much to so many.
    We loved you Lindsay, Thank you for everything you bought to our lives.
    Sympathy to Gordon, Audrey , Maree, and Tricia, Wayne dec, and all your families.
    Jan and Graeme Bremner.

  2. Denise Woods. says:

    Deepest sympathy to the family. Lindsay was Mum’s friend and companion for many years and became part of our family.
    Mum and Lindsay had lots of holidays together and were great company for each other.
    Rest in Peace Lindsay.
    Denise Woods (Bettie) and sisters.

  3. Kimberley Brown says:

    Wishing we could be there to celebrate the life of our Pa/Old Man Pa. He was one of kind. Funny, straight to the point and the best cards teacher
    any grand kid could ever ask for. We were blessed to have you as our Pa, and will cherish all the memories. Give Nana Brown a big hug from us Pa!
    All our love, Kimberley & Ella xx

  4. Amanda Turner says:

    We miss Lindsay very much on our Tuesday visits, he was such a lovely man.
    I so enjoyed hearing of his early days out rabbiting and hearing some wonderful memories about his beloved dogs.
    Amy and Tansy will miss Lindsey’s welcoming pats and scratches.
    It was truly a privilege to know Lindsay.
    My sincere condolences to all of his family🌹
    – Amanda Turner

  5. Helen Long says:

    “As a day well spent brings happy sleep, so life well used brings happy death.” — Leonardo da Vinci.

    This quote reminds me of Pa Brown and how he lived a simple fulfilling life.
    He will be missed at our family events but we will remember him often.
    A life well lived.
    – Helen Long xx

  6. Archer Hubbard says:

    Old Man Pa was a big part in my life, and a lot of Castlemaine too.
    – From Archer

Funeral Details

Chapel of Mount Alexander Funerals
12 Campbell Street

15th March 2023 at 2:00 PM

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