John Brandenburg


  1. John Henry Brandenburg was my Uncle and it was my pleasure knowing him all these years.
    Brandy was a man of great honor and humility. He was a gentleman from the very first time I met him until the last time a saw him some months ago. He looked after my Aunt Pat, when she was in poor health, with great love and devotion and he was my roll model on how to care for someone you really love when she is not well. He will always be remembered as a gentleman and a class act by my family. We will all miss him, but our lives have been enriched by our having known him. God Bless his family here on earth and God Bless you Brandy, enjoy your heavenly home.
    Tim and Betty Thompson

  2. Relatively speaking, as I was growing up, Uncle Jack and Aunt Pat were the ones who lived in Guam and pictures of them and their children had an airplane in the background. It wasn’t until this Thompson kid had kids of my own that I finally met this branch of the Brandenburg Tree. Humor, compassion, strength of character and unconditional love are what ‘Brandy and Trish’ have had for each other, and I am a much better person for having witnessed it. I want to be loved like that! Cathy with a C

  3. To exprsss our deep sympathy to you in your loss. We thank Mr. ‘Brandy’ for serving our country during WW II in the U.S. Navy as a pilot for 30 years. You were a member of ‘the greatest generation’. May God’s Speed Be With You.
    The American Legion
    Earl Graham Post 159

  4. I know that Brandy will surely be missed by his loved ones. I didn’t know him very long. I golfed with Brandy at Munie for about 5 or 6 years. He was always fun to play golf with and to be around. I will miss him also. All who knew Brandy will have fond memories—mine being his great sense of humor.

  5. Brandy was my Great Uncle. Growing up and being in 4-H, we always looked forward to going to district with our food or clothing we had sewn because we would get to go stay with Pat and Brandy. He was a very loving and one of kind man. His ‘hello’s’ and laugh was distinctive as were his smile and those blue eyes! All will be truly missed. I cherish growing up and having known him and fortunate enough being born into a wonderful extended family that you didn’t know was extended because his love and affection was so great! Brandy you will be missed! Heather

  6. On behalf of the Briarcrest Northwest Home Owners Ass., we want to express our deepest sympathies to the
    family of ‘Brandy’ and also express
    our deep appreciation for the effort he put forth to keep the integrity of our community neighborhood intact.

    May God keep and reward him for the
    services he rendered to community and country.

    Johnny and Bonnie Lampo

  7. Oh I have slipped the surly bonds of Earth
    And danced the skies on laughter-silvered wings;
    Sunward I’ve climbed, and joined the tumbling mirth
    Of sun-split clouds,

  8. I would like to extend my deepest sympathy to the family of Mr. Brandenburg. He was always so pleasant and friendly when he would pass the house and wave. I am still slightly new to the neighborhood but he always made me and my family feel welcome.

  9. We were sorry to learn of ‘Brandys’ passing. Did not realize that he was ill. He was such a joy to be with, always smiling with good things to report. We have fond memories of our times at Randolph together. Our love and prayers to Pat. Ina and Ray.

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