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Dayna Janice Browne

March 5, 1966 ~ September 22, 2018 (age 52)

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Jim Wadsworth
December 7, 2018 1:58 PM
Dear Lee and Leo, please accept my condolences, I only just now learned of Dayna's passing. I have so many wonderful memories of Dayna, including our stints living together in Provincetown in the winter of 1987 and then in San Diego in the mid 90s. She was an extraordinary woman and she had a huge impact on my life, as well as many others. 
Julie Flory
October 12, 2018 5:20 AM
Dayna Browne left the world a little better and isn’t that what should all do? She always found the best in others, she won the respect of many of people for being fair-minded and intelligent, she was so responsible, so hard-working and just so “COOL.” Her infectious laugh will remain in my heart forever. I feel so lucky to have known you Dayna. YOU WILL BE MISSED.
Denise Csinsi
October 4, 2018 11:58 AM
What wonderful expressions of life and love Dayna gave to all who knew her. I now treasure more than ever the Tavish Calendars I received at Christmas. I will surely miss this bit of creativity Dayna gave to me. Beautiful Dayna I'm so glad that I will see you in eternity when I get there. I'm overjoyed that you are at peace and are totally healed with God. I envy that. ❤️
Erika & Arianna Gosselin
October 4, 2018 10:41 AM

As a young kid, I remember how excited I would get when we’d go visit Lee & Leo and I’d learn that Dayna was going to be home!! I remember following her around as if I were her shadow, always looking up to her. I’d sit at her feet while she studied & did her homework. She was always so patient & kind to that bratty, little kid!! I was always fascinated by her hamsters (or maybe they were gerbils?) & their expansive tunnels & living arrangements. Maybe in reality, they weren’t really that grand, but that’s how they appeared through the eyes of a child. While I only saw Dayna on occasion during our “grown up” years, I’ve always carried those fond memories of her with me. Everything about Dayna was magnificent. Her laugh, her wit, her character, her patience, her kindness. The list is endless. Her passing truly breaks my heart but I know, without a shadow of a doubt, that she’s now sitting at the feet of Jesus, she’s completely healed & experiencing a joy that those of us here on earth can’t even begin to fathom! Auntie Lee-Lee & Uncle Leo ... I am so, so sorry for your loss. I’ve been praying peace, strength & comfort over you. We love you beyond measure.
Charlene Damion
October 3, 2018 5:13 PM
Dear Lee and Leo. I am so sorry . I never met Dayna but in reading about her here I see that she is a chip of the old block . To be remembered so fondly and to be loved by so many is a great tribute.I pray that God's comfort will envelope you.
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