Brett Eric Anderson

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October 17, 1980 ~ March 6, 2023

Born in: Waltham, Massachusetts
Resided in: Bryan, Texas

Our beloved Brett passed away suddenly on March 6 and our hearts are thoroughly broken. He was a good man, a wonderful husband, a beloved son, a loving father and a loyal friend. We will be having a Celebration of His Life on April 3, 2023,from 4 to 6 PM at Callaway Jones in Bryan, Texas. His ashes will remain with his family.

Brett had a grumpy Yankee exterior that sheltered a sweet, funny, gentle soul. He loved his family with all of his heart. Brett was born in Waltham, Massachusetts and according to his mother, Marty, he was an avid reader, who could fix anything. If he didn’t know how, he’d learn or figure it out. Brett moved to his adopted home state of Texas in 2017 with his wife, Kristin. They met in the ER in Framingham Massachusetts. He was security, she was a nurse. They were best, friends first, and then soulmates. They hand-fasted on 11/23/19 and married on 11/23/20 at the Riverwalk in San Antonio. He will always be the love of her life. Brett loved life on his farm, and especially his dogs. He was a good neighbor, and always willing to lend a hand. Brett was a quiet, but strong and gentle man who gave the best hugs. He had a wicked sense of humor and his sarcasm was legendary. His smile and laugh were contagious, and he’s so loved being a smart-ass. Incredibly stubborn, but loyal and fiercely protective of those he cared about. We will miss him more than words can express and love him always.

Brett is survived by his wife- Kristin McAllister Anderson, his mother- Marty Anderson, his three children- Nicholas, Elizabeth and Abigail, and his step children- Kaylin, Haley, Devin, and Corey.

Until we meet again, my love, I will always hold you in my heart. I miss you like crazy, sweetheart.

I love you with all of my heart-
Kristin, Your Mrs. Anderson

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  1. Kristin, Im so very sorry for your and your family’s loss. Brett was a good man and I know how much you two loved eachother. Peace to you all.

  2. Kristen,
    I am so sorry for your loss. I am thankful for the time you had with Brett. It was obvious to everyone how happy the two of you were. Please reach out to me if you need my help or just someone to lean on.

  3. Kristin & Family,
    We are so sorry for your loss.. Brett was a great guy. Gone way to soon . May your happy memories keep close to your heart & carry you through your darkest days. Prayers

  4. Marty and family,
    I send my deepest condolences to you all. Brett was a great friend growing up and I will always remember the good times we had as family friend and growing up together. I wi remember all the silly fighting and Brett trying to teach me how to play a guitar. May he now wat h over his family and friends and may he rest in peace. With all my love Jami Thomas.

  5. My heartfelt condolences go out to Kristin, my family and Brett’s many friends. I have many fond memories of times spent with my cousin.

  6. Sending you my deepest sympathy for your devastating loss. There are no words that can even begin to fill the hole in your heart. Even tho I only met him twice – I felt he was an old soul.. Prayers to you & your family in this trying time.. Peace be with you.. Gwen S.

  7. Kristin,

    I never met Brett, you spoke of him and how proud you were of all he could do and did. This is shocking to all that know you and we want you to know you can ask for anything you need. My prayers are with you and yours. Bless all of you.

  8. Sincere condolences to Kristin, family & friends, my heart breaks for us all. Brett was a good man living the best chapter of his life with Kristin. Just so sad and still hard to believe he is gone. Hoping fond memories of Brett eases everyone’s grief.

  9. In 1989, Brett befriended our son, Rodney, as year 2 buddies in Framingham and this made our 6-month sabbatical stay in Boston a great time with the Anderson family. Our prayers and thoughts go out to the Andersons and our memories of Brett as a wonderful friend will always remain.

  10. You were definitely a great neighbor as you came to my rescue many times. I will miss our conversations even if they were only a few short minutes. Until we meet again neighbor.

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