“Touching Moments: Sister Wives’ Janelle Brown Shares Garrison’s Emotional Farewell – Exclusive Pictures!”


Heartbreak for Janelle Brown: Mourning the Loss of Her Son, Garrison Brown

Janelle Brown, known for her role in “Sister Wives,” is currently grieving the loss of her son, Garrison Brown. After his celebration of life ceremony, where he was honored with military honors by the U.S. National Guard for his service, Janelle took to Instagram to share emotional moments from the event.

Sister Wives' Star Janelle Brown Shares Pictures From Garrison's Emotional  Celebration of Life | cbs8.com

Expressing her gratitude for the overwhelming love and support she has received, Janelle shared photos from the ceremony alongside her ex-husband Kody Brown, his wife Robyn Brown, and another ex-wife, Christine Brown. In her heartfelt post, Janelle thanked everyone for their thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

“Garrison was honored by family members and his National Guard Unit,” Janelle shared. “He would have loved it.” Despite facing criticism online, Janelle emphasized the beauty of the ceremony, sharing moments of solemnity and respect.

Sister Wives: Janelle's Most Emotional Photos With Garrison Brown (They  Loved Each Other So Much)

Among the poignant images, one captures Janelle in tears as she receives the flag in honor of her son. Other photos showcase members of the National Guard participating in the ceremony, folding the flag with precision and standing in solemn tribute.

Garrison tragically passed away from apparent suicide on March 5 at his home in Flagstaff, Arizona. Janelle and Kody confirmed the heartbreaking news on Instagram the following day, describing Garrison as a bright presence in the lives of those who knew him.

In addition to Garrison, Janelle and Kody are parents to Logan, Maddie, Hunter, Gabriel, and Savanah, collectively sharing the weight of their loss.

In light of this tragedy, if you or someone you know is in crisis, please reach out for help. Call or text 988 to access the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline. The previous Lifeline phone number (1-800-273-8255) remains available for support.


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