Billy Brown, the star of the Alaskan Bush People, has died “We are heartbroken to announce that our beloved Patriarch Billy Brown passed away after a seizure last night,” says son Bear Brown of his Father whose clan first rose to fame when their hit reality series debuted on Discovery Channel in 2014, “He was our best friend – a wonderful and loving father, grandpa and husband, and he will be greatly missed. He lived his life his own.” Conditions, off the grid and out of the country and taught us how to live too. We plan to honor his legacy in the future and continue his dream. We ask for privacy and prayers during this painful time. God bless everyone! ”Billy Brown was 68 years old old

Billy Brown grew up in a small town in North Texas before moving to nearby Fort Worth. “We settled down and tried to do everything right,” Billy told People in 2015 when he started a small plumbing company in 1979 and created a life with the new wife Ami “But one night I came home and said to Ami,” I don’t know if I can do 9-5 for the rest of my life. Ami agreed and the two of them traveled the continental for the next few years United States until they sold their few belongings in 1983 and booked a passage for them and their two boys Matt, then 3, and Joshua (who rides with Bam) Then 1 Their first winter in Alaska, they were stranded in cold weather for 18 months on an island about 50 miles from Wrangell town. When a skipper came across the family and offered them a ride to the nearest town, they had each other Accustomed to their new lives, Billy and Ami decided to stay. Over the next 20 years, the couple welcomed five more children – sons Bear, Gabe, and Noah, and daughters Bird and Rain – and stayed in rural Alaska

When the producer first reached out to the family of nine to do a reality show after reading one of Billy’s self-published autobiographies, it was compelling to bring the Brown kids on board Entire clan watched by more than 5 million viewers enthusiastic about family life “Their life apart from the wonders of modern life and medicine was tough for the Browns: apart from injuries they all sustained in the bush, Ami’s dental health was always a problem, and Billy had seizures and heart and muscle problems

In the spring of 2017, the family moved to Southern California while Ami was being treated for advanced lung cancer. Despite the “3 percent chance of survival” given by doctors, Ami was in remission in late 2018 and the family began their lives on one Start New Homestead in Rural Washington State. Billy’s health problems became more common. “Alaska got me down,” the Patriarch told People in 2019, describing the injury he sustained after years of pushing himself to the limit: a severed muscle in his arm, a meniscus tear, lungs that are “roughly” gone “after years of diving without scuba gear” I’ve had such an active life and have done so much with my own hands and took pride in it. It’s really difficult to back down now and sit on the sidelines, “added Billy.” I’m not ready for a porch yet. Don’t prepare for it e porch, ”he continued before pausing.“ I probably am, I just won’t admit it. And although some of the Browns were already family-owned, the next generation had already started doing the heavy lifting to keep Browntown going “It’s good to be strong enough to do what your parents did for you when you were young,” Bear said in this 2019 People story, “[You] take care of them like that how they took care of you ”

Billy’s life in the spotlight was not without control – the family were accused of faking their lifestyle for television; His strained relationship with a daughter from a previous relationship has always been a dramatic point for fans and in 2015, he and Bam pleaded guilty to lying about their residence in order to receive the annual oil revenue that was handed out to residents of Alaska – but the 68-year-old ultimately leaves behind a growing legacy of wildlife enthusiasts like Bear and fiancée Raiven Adams welcomed the latest addition to the family last year, son River Billy also leaves a massive and rabid fan base who has met the Patriarch over the past 12 seasons of the Alaskan Bush People “We are devastated to hear of Billy Brown’s sudden death,” it says in a statement to The AV Discovery Channel Club “He has been part of the Discovery family for years – a trailblazer, a lovable man, and definitely one of a kind. Our hearts go out to his family and those who knew and loved him as they dealt with this devastating loss”

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