Meri Brown Posts Heartbreaking Tribute to Older Brother, Who Passed Away 5 Weeks After Stopping Cancer Treatment

Meri Brown, star of Sister Wives, recently shared heartbreaking news with her fans. In an emotional Instagram post, the 52-year-old reality TV star revealed that her older brother, Adam Barber, passed away just two months shy of his 55th birthday. This devastating loss comes only five weeks after Adam made the difficult decision to stop receiving chemotherapy treatment due to the rapid progression of his cancer.

In the heartfelt tribute, Meri expressed her gratitude for the cherished memories she shared with her brother, both good and bad. She also reflected on the impact of losing her siblings, as she is now the only remaining member of the “original four” siblings, referring to herself and her three oldest siblings.

Meri’s sister, Teresa Barber Kunz, was the youngest of the “original four” and passed away from cancer in 2006. Her brother, Marc Barber, the oldest of the four, died from heart complications in 2015. Now, with Adam’s passing, Meri is left as the sole survivor of her immediate family.

While grappling with her grief, Meri reflects on why the “original four” held such significance. They were the only siblings born in California and shared memories of their early years there. They were also the only ones who experienced their parents moving to Utah and embracing a plural family lifestyle.

As Meri tries to make sense of the impact of her brother’s passing, she vows to forge ahead in her own life while honoring her siblings’ memories. She cherishes the moments they shared, both the light-hearted and the bittersweet. Meri plans to keep living, loving, forgiving, and remembering, even in the face of profound loss.

Meri’s relationship with her brother taught her valuable lessons, which she believes will continue to shape her. Though she may never fully understand why Adam’s death has affected her so deeply, she remains open to the lessons he imparted on her and looks forward to the growth that will come from them.

In her poignant conclusion, Meri asserts that she has the last word in their ongoing sibling debates, a testament to their bond. She remembers Adam with honor, kindness, and love.






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