Delphine Brown (nee Plomske)

Delphine Martha Brown (nee Plomske)

1925 - 2021

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Obituary of Delphine Martha Brown (nee Plomske)

Heaven just gained an angel. Delphine passed away peacefully at Trinity Care Village, Kitchener, on Saturday May 1, 2021 with her children able to tell her how much they loved her and that she can now be reunited with her husband Dick, her son Bruce, her great grandson Kieran, her son-in-law David, her mother and dad, all her siblings and many friends. We smile knowing she is being greeted by so many people she loved.


Born and raised in Kitchener, Ontario to William and Emma (Koppitsch) Plomske and little sister to Irvin (Rose), Milton (Eleanor), Bill (Nel), Irene (John), Dorothy (Carl) and Arthur (Lenore). A loving childhood set the course for Delphine’s love of family.


Delphine was married to Dick Brown in 1952 and together they built a remarkable family. Loving mother of Bruce (Gail), Brenda (David), Ken (Doris), Bob (Carey) and Marg (Gord). Cherished Grandma of Jared, Kelly (Tyler), Bradley (Vincci), Jaime (Josh), Mike (Sue), Chris (Lindsay), Julie (Mat), Chelsea (Nate), Lindsea and Kevin (Heather). Beloved by her 13 great grandchildren. Fondly remembered by her many nieces and nephews, their children and grandchildren.


Delphine had a wonderful sense of humour. She enjoyed reading the newspaper, which she did every day and watching the Toronto Blue Jays. Her greatest joy was spending time with her family and enjoying a great game of cards. Regardless of her opponent's age she was in it to win. She will be sadly missed by the many residents and wonderful staff at Trinity Care Village. Her legacy will be forever cherished.


Arrangements entrusted to the Erb & Good Family Funeral Home. A private family service will take place with private interment at Parkview Cemetery. Guests are welcome to view the service (date and time to be determined). As expressions of sympathy, donation to your charity of choice would be appreciated by the family and can be arranged through the funeral home at or 519-745-8445. Visit for Delphine’s memorial.