Brandy Nicole DeJesus

brandy dejesus

February 20, 1981 ~ August 31, 2021

Born in: Bryan, Tx
Resided in: Bryan, Tx

On August 31, 2021, our beloved Brandy DeJesus went home to be with her Lord and Savior. We celebrate her life by thanking God for giving her to us as a gift to love and treasure for forty years.

Her family will receive guests at Callaway-Jones Funeral Home (Bryan location) during visiting hours from 4-6pm on Wednesday, September 8.  A “Celebration of Life” service will begin at 11am on Thursday, September 9, at Skybreak Church in College Station. All are welcome to wear shades of purple, Brandy’s favorite color. Skybreak Church will livestream the service beginning at 11 am, click on the link to view.

Brandy was a lifelong and much-loved member of the local community. She was born February 20, 1981, and was the second of six siblings. She grew up in Bryan and attended BISD schools including Bryan High. For the last 13 years, she was employed by Reynolds and Reynolds.

Her relationship with God was of utmost importance in Brandy’s life. She had a deep faith in her Lord and lived each day with a passion for spreading the love of Jesus to everyone she met. She was a member of Skybreak Church and joyfully participated in worship, fellowship, and service. Brandy faithfully lived out her favorite Bible verse: “Let all that you do be done in love – I Corinthians 16:14.”  Her lasting impact on people was mostly due to her selfless acts, love of life, and heart for people. Brandy’s joy, thoughtfulness, and bubbly personality warmed so many hearts and brightened countless days. She had a knack for making everyone feel special and cherished. Birthdays, anniversaries, holidays, and other occasions were always remembered and celebrated. We are all so grateful to now have them documented with pictures and selfies galore! Brandy made this world a better place through her Christ-like spirit which will continue to inspire all who knew her. She will be deeply missed by those who were blessed to have known her.

Brandy is survived by the love of her life: her husband, Cris DeJesus. He was her rock, her protector, her partner, and her “Papa Bear.”  In Brandy’s words, “…[I] prayed so hard God would give me a child… [and] God heard my cries.”  She was blessed with Johnathan Avendano and Isabel DeJesus, named in honor of her late great-grandmother. Through her marriage to Cris, Brandy gained her first beloved daughter, BreAnna DeJesus and later grandchild, Kataleya. In addition to her immediate family, she is also survived by her mother and father, Santos and Alfredo Caballero III. Also grieving her death are her siblings: Christopher Caballero, Liza Aguilar, Abram Caballero, and Robbie Caballero. Brandy was closely involved in each of the lives of her five nephews, two nieces, great nephew, and great niece. Surviving paternal grandparents are Linda Caballero and Alfredo Caballero Jr.  She will also be missed by her mother-and-father-in-law Maria and Jose DeJesus, three sisters-in-law, two brothers-in-law, and the rest of her extended DeJesus family. Other survivors include numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins unnamed. She was preceded in death by her brother Joshua Caballero and maternal grandparents.

Her family is deeply grateful for the compassionate care given to her at Bryan St. Joseph Health Center (special thanks to her attentive nurse, R.J.), and for the prayers, love, and support shown by family, co-workers, and many friends during this heartbreaking time.

The family humbly appreciates any donations to assist with the medical and funeral expenses. We are so very thankful for any amount given during this difficult time. Donors may refer to



Visitation: September 8, 2021 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Room: Bluebonnet Room

Callaway-Jones Funeral Home & Cremation Center
3001 S College Ave
Bryan, TX 77801


Memorial Service: September 9, 2021 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Skybreak Church
4010 Harvey Road
College station, Tx 77845


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  1. We love you so much Brandy! I know you will be looking down over us all. You will be missed by so many, love you and may you now spread your love, laughter and sweet sarcasm in heaven . You once said God put you on earth to entertain so now entertain in your new home with Jesus

  2. Miss you my sweet sis! Thank you for all the beautiful memories you gave me, your family, and friends…everyone around you knew Jesus through you! Thank you for being there for me in those times of need. My condolences to the family!

  3. You were a beautiful person inside an out. You always had the biggest smile on no matter what was goin on. You loved with all your heart. I’m blessed to have known you for what time we had. You will be missed.

  4. My dear sweet cousin. I will love you always an think of the memories we shared. I love you always. Take care of granny for me.

  5. My deepest condolences to you and your family!! Brandy you will be truly missed but we shared many memories with our sisterhood.

  6. Rest in peace Beautiful Angel! You will be missed! I know you are smiling With our Father In Heaven! Until we meet again! Love you always!

  7. Beautiful lady inside out .Always the biggest smile no matter where or when i would see you , You will be missed sweet angel …

  8. My sincere condolences. Brandy will be missed . My prayers are with her husband, children, all the family and friends. May she RIH.

  9. I only met Brandy one time, (when I went with Jerry Lozano to one of the Caballero family gatherings) but I knew right then that she was a true Christian. Brandy & I sat together most of that night talking & later became Facebook friends & would chat on Messenger many times together. When we were together that night, she made me feel so comfortable & welcome! It breaks my heart to know she is gone, but I’m so thankful she is with our Heavenly Father! God bless all of the Caballero & DeJesus families.

  10. Words can’t even begin to describe how great of a person Brandy was. She always made you feel comfortable and just lit up the room. I miss talking to her at work, listening to her stories, hearing her talk about her kids. She made work fun and her laugh was so contagious. Her love of God was so strong I know she’s up there with him in a better place. I miss her more than words could ever say. ❤️

  11. I did not know you, but you were a part of my church family. I pray for her family and and ask for God guidance in there lives .

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