Bob J Brandon

bob brandon

July 17, 1942 ~ October 10, 2020

Born in: Troy, Michigan
Resided in: College Station, Texas

Bob J Brandon, of College Station, was born in Troy, Tennessee to parents Clarence and Rachel (Brown) Brandon. He met and married the love of his life, Pat Willing, in Northville, Michigan in 1961. Bob and Pat have four wonderful children, three of whom live in Bryan-College Station. Bob and Pat moved to College Station 12 years ago to be near their children and grandchildren.

His parents and a brother, Johnny Ray Brandon and sisters, Regina and Jackie Brandon all precede Bob in death.

Bob is survived by his wife Pat, of 59 years; two sons, Chris Brandon and his wife Gloria, of McKinney, Texas, Tim Brandon and his wife Milayna, of College Station; two daughters, Michelle Lindberg and her husband Ken, of College Station, and Susan Strey and her husband TJ of Bryan; his grandchildren, Kara Honnas and her husband Kenny, Allie Brandon, Ben Brandon, Calvin Lindberg, Ian Lindberg, and Molly Strey.

Bob enjoyed every job he ever had and gave each one his total devotion. However, his last job was very special to him. That was with CSISD Transportation as a school bus driver. “134 Bob “loved his job, the people he worked with, and every one of the kids who stepped foot on his bus. Thanks to all of those people for making him feel so special.

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Express condolences at Check the website for details regarding reception to honor the life of Bob Brandon and visit with family.


Reception: October 25, 2020 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Room: Chapel

A&M Church of Christ
2475 Earl Rudder Fwy S
College Station, Tx 77845


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  1. I am sorry for your loss and I am praying for your family during this hard time. Mr. Bob was the nicest, kindest person I ever met. I was his bus monitor when I first started at CSISD and was a real good friend with him. I am going to miss seeing him at work and him picking on me about what I feed my children.

  2. Mr Bob will be so very missed here at CSISD Transportation department. He was a good friend and had a generous spirit. Bus 134 in my mind will always be Mr Bob’s bus!! We love you Mr Bob!!

  3. Mr Bob is going to really be missed at CSISD Transportation. He was a good friend and had a generous spirit. Bus 134 will always be Mr Bob’s bus. We love you Bob Brandon.

  4. Prayers to The Brandon Family, Mr. Bob was a wonderful friend of mine ,He would always know when I had a bad day. He would call me over to him & Give me the Biggest warm Hug& It was like everything would just go away, Gone But Never Forgotten. Love & Miss U. RIH MY Friend.

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