Sister Wives’ Meri Brown Shares Photos from Brother Adam’s Funeral: ‘Celebrated His Life and His Love’

Brown's older brother, Adam, died at the start of October after he stopped chemotherapy treatments for advancing cancer

Meri Brown was surrounded by friends and family while grieving the loss of her brother.

In an Instagram post shared on Thursday, the Sister Wives star reflected on the death of her older brother, Adam, who appeared to be an American military member. “He left us two weeks ago today, and yesterday, he was laid to rest,” Meri, 52, captioned her post. “We celebrated his life and his love for all things America, Mickey, and the Dodgers, surrounded by family and friends. Rest easy, brother! ❤️??”

Meri shared photos of Adam’s casket draped in an American flag, as well as a service member salute. In addition, she appeared in two photos — one with three women, and another with a man decked out in LA Dodgers gear.

The reality star also wore a yellow Mickey Mouse shirt to honor her brother’s love of Disney.

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Meri Brown Shares Photos from Brother's Funeral
Meri Brown is pictured attending her brother Adam’s funeral.MERI BROWN INSTAGRAM

Comments on Meri’s post were full of well wishes as she continues to grieve the loss of her sibling. “I was just talking about Adam thos [sic] week with my son,” one friend of Meri’s wrote. “Adam gave me a shirt from the military and now I passed it on to my son. It will continue to be cherished for years to come. Sending you my love dear friend.”

At the start of October, Meri announced her brother’s death in an Instagram post. She revealed he died from cancer. “About 5 weeks ago I got a text from my brother saying he had made the decision to not continue his chemo treatment, due to the rapid progression of his cancer & deterioration of his body,” she wrote.

Adam died just before his 55th birthday. As Meri grieves the loss of her brother, she’s also grieving the loss of her siblings, she explained in the post. “Shortly after I learned that Adam’s cancer was terminal & that he potentially had only weeks or months to live, something hit me like a ton of bricks. After his passing, I would be the one remaining from the original four,” she wrote.

“Now, I understand that it’s not just me. I still have 3 younger sisters with us, the 7 of us just mom’s kids. Plus many other siblings from our large family structure,” she continued. “I don’t yet understand why his passing, and leaving me as the one remaining of the original four, is impacting me like it is.”

She concluded, “The relationship I had with him taught me many things, and I have no doubt will continue to teach me things. I remain open to those lessons & look forward to them with anticipation. For now, I remember him with honor, kindness, & love.”

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