Alaskan Bush People News: Bear Brown Pays Homage to Mother
Alaskan Bush People cast member Bear Brown loves his mother, Ami Brown, and just as their home is being engulfed in flames, he took to Instagram to show her a lot of love for her 57th birthday.
The Discovery Channel hit show, Alaskan Bush People, features the Brown family and their daily life on their North Star Ranch. Bear has been posting on social media to keep all of their fans up to date with the fire in their area.
Alaskan Bush People News: Bear Brown Shows His Love
Bear posted on Instagram a photo of himself giving a thumbs up. It read, “Happy Birthday to my Mother! The strongest and most courageous woman I’ve ever known!! We’ve had a pretty hard time the past few years, but we’ve also had some monumental moments! Mom has gotten the grandchildren she has always wanted! I feel very blessed to still have my mother with me and that she has gotten to see the Wolfpack grow even larger with gandchildren. Through all the adversity we’ve face, we still stand together as a family! Even stronger because of it!!! Happy birthday Mom!!!”
The Brown family has had a tough go of things lately. In 2017, Ami Brown was diagnosed with Stage III non-small cell lung cancer. She was told that she had a 3% survival rate and fought hard during her treatments. She has pushed through and things are looking much better for her health now.
Now there is a huge wildfire near Palmer Mountain and the Alaskan Bush People family has lost a lot. The Brown Family have been dealing with the aftermath of it all now and they feel defeated, but they know that they will push through once again to overcome this adversity!
Alaskan Bush People News: Bear Brown & Family Wildfire Updates
Together, the Brown Family made a video for their Alaska Bush People fans that explained what they had lost and how they were doing. It seems they are all right financially, being on the show helps, but they will need a lot of help to get the North Star ranch back to where it once was.
We wish Ami Brown a happy birthday and we continue to send light to the Browns as they get their lives rebuilt from the fire. Check back with TSV for more Alaskan Bush People news and updates.