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Connor James Brown

The evening of April 18, 2020, our lives were dramatically changed in a way that we never thought of preparing for. Our 20 year old son and only child Connor was in a fatal single motorcycle accident.

Connor was an amazing, handsome, kind-hearted, outgoing, quick witted young man that always had a smile on his face. Connor’s laugh was just short of being contagious.

Connor was always giving of his time. Aside from working two jobs and helping out at a local paintball field, you would often find him hanging out with his friends.

After his passing, many of his friends told us how he was always the first person they would call if they needed someone to talk to or if they needed help with something.

It didn’t matter what time of day or night it was, if a friend needed help, Connor was there.

Connor was not a registered donor, but with his kind-hearted and always giving personality we knew that if there was anything he had that could help another person live just one more day, he would want them to have it.

Because of Connor, I too became a registered donor.

Jamie Barrett, Connor’s mother