This has been breaking my heart all day. Such a sad, sad day. Rest in peace.
God's ways are not our ways and in man's ways this is not good but Psalm 116:15 tells us "Precious in the sight of the LORD is the death of his saints."God bless Big B, he obviously touched a lot of lives. My grandmother use to tell me that sometimes God sent angles to remind us how good we all could be, I think Brandon must have been one of those angels grandma talked about.
I didn't know him at all, other than hearing his name on broadcasts, but the tributes on Twitter from those who knew him brought tears to my eyes. I hope those tributes brought some comfort to his family. He sounded like a wonderful person and they should be proud.
I wonder if he had a favorite charity or outreach that could be turned into an annual event? The holiday Michael Isenhour toy drive has turned into a wonderful legacy, for example.
That is a great thought, GTBG96. My wife and I were able to initiate an annual scholarship opportunity in my son's memory for local students who give of themselves to others, as my son did, and it sounds like Big B did as well.
Couldn't agree with you more.I am still trying to process Bradons passing. As we dedicate our lives to our careers, hobbies, self interests, sometimes we forget to tell the ones we love just how deeply we care for them and how they shape the world we live in.
Always tell the ones that mean something to you that you love them and cherish them for who they are. That how they make you're day better just by being a part of your life.
I apologize for being emotional, but I have lost a lot of close people in the past 3 years and this hits home.
21 years old - how in Gods name does it his happen? Shocked and saddened. Rest well, Tech Man. It comes all too soon.