Bentley Bo Bradford Brown passed away in his best human friend’s, Mamaw’s, arms on Monday, September 9, 2019. He was born in June of 2006 to Bo and Sue in rural Tipton County and was the first fur baby of Joseph and Katelyn Brown.
In his early years, Bentley was spunky and ready to take on the world. He was married to his wife, Mercedes Sue, for twelve years. They were blessed to have three litters of puppies. In the first litter, Bentley took care of the runt and kept him alive. Without his care, Cooper would not be alive today. After surviving being hit by a car and shattering his pelvis into thirteen pieces, he healed on his own without having to have surgery.
In his later years, Bentley became a grouchy, old man. He was less tolerant of his three human siblings and especially his adopted Goldendoodle son, Rolls Royce Robert. Because of this, he loved to spend most of his time at Mamaw and Papaw’s house. He was always down for a belly rub, of which he passed down to his late daughter, Porsche. His favorite toy was Mr. Mouse, which had been replaced several times in thirteen years. Bentley loved to go camping at Sunset Park Campground, and he could usually be found relaxing fast asleep in his chair.
Left to cherish his memory are his fur father; fur wife; fur sons, Cooper, Duddly, and Royce; fur daughters, Cortina, Lexus, and Bella; human parents; human sisters, Rosalyn and Josephine Brown; human brother, Nathaniel Brown; human grandparents, great-grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins; and numerous human friends.
He was preceded in death by his mother; brother, Taz; and children, Porsche, Mitsubishi, Beamer, and Peewee.
Arrangements are entrusted to Paws & Remember, a division of Needham-Storey-Wampner Funeral Service.