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Nevada National Guard Honors Garrison Brown



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Sister Wives star Robert Garrison Brown tragically passed away on March 5 at his home in Flagstaff. He was only 25 years old. Following his death, family, friends and the Nevada National Guard have been honoring Garrison and the life he lived. What did the National Guard say?

Nevada National Guard Honors Garrison Brown

The Nevada National Guard went to social media to share their thoughts and grief over Garrison Brown’s death. The heartfelt post written by the commander began by saying, “We are saddened to inform the organization of the death of a fellow Nevada Army National Guard Soldier. Staff Sgt. Robert Garrison Brown, 1st Squadron, 221st Cavalry, died Monday in Arizona.” Garrison joined the National Guard in 2015.

He went on to share thoughts from other soldiers who knew and loved Garrison. One Captain shared how much Garrison loved the military. He went on to note that he loved his family and his fellow soldiers and would be greatly missed.

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The post also revealed Garrison’s celebrity status he gained through his time on Sister Wives. Many knew he was before he even arrived at his duty station. However, they kept that part of his life separate. It was also shared that over the years they got to know some of Garrison’s family members as well.

A  Master Sgt. said, “His family used to come to events, and we got a chance to know many of them through the years. As he stayed with the unit, he had goals of going Special Forces. He was always hungry for the next thing. He had lofty goals to acquire experience and opportunities in the Guard.”

The Master Sgt went on to praise Garrison for being a good listener and always doing what was right. He also said, “Brown served in every line troop in the 221st Cavalry, including Alpha, Bravo and Charlie troop.”

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They Have Been In Touch With The Brown Family

The post written by the commander of the Nevada National Guard noted that Garrison was in the process of trying to transfer to the Arizona National Guard. However, at the time of his passing, he was still a member of their squadron.

The National Guard leaders have been in touch with the Brown family who has asked for privacy during this difficult time. However, it was noted they will support the family through this tragedy in any way they can.

The post concluded by saying, “The entire Nevada National Guard mourns the loss of Staff Sgt. Robert Garrison Brown. We know there are many members in the force and the 221st Cav family who are extremely devastated by the loss of their battle buddy.”

Funeral services for Garrison are pending.

Condolences to his family and fellow soldiers. Garrison will be missed by many.

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