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March 24, 1951 ~ July 13, 2023 (age 72) 72 Years Old
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When this physical life has passed and all phases and experience has allotted, and its responsibilities have been fulfilled; though we are sadden by the close of this life we take comfort in reflecting on a well spent life.
Eugene Brandon was born, March 24th 1951, in Childress, TX of the parentage of A.G. Brandon and Dovie March Brandon of Childress, TX. Eugene is proceeded in death by his Father, A.G Brandon; Mother, Dovie March Brandon; Sister, Geraldine Brandon and Brother-in-law, Oliver Tate.
Eugene was reared in a Christian home and at an early age Eugene accepted Christ as his personal savior, at New Hope Baptist Church where he was baptized with his sister Shirley Brandon.
He graduated from Childress High School and joined the Peace Corps. In 1967 he joined the Army, where he served and protected our country in the Vietnam War.
Eugene enjoyed cooking, fishing, watching western and CSI movies. He also had a love for all types of sports and will be remembered for collecting lotto tickets and placing his creativity on fixing and or reinventing anything that was broken.
Cherishing his memory forever, are his two daughters; Tracie Brandon of Wichita Falls, Kendra Brandon McGee and Son-n-law Kenny McGee of DFW. Two sisters; Shirley P. Brandon Tate of Wichita Falls, Marilyn Brandon March and husband Terry March of Wichita Falls. One brother: Melvin Brandon of Wichita Falls. Ten grandchildren; Kendale, Dee, Niki, Bernard, Tobias, Kennady, Faith, Blake, Bryce and Baylee. Twelve great-grandchildren and including an abundance of wonderful cousins, nieces and nephews who adored him.