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January 1, 2020

Brandon Carrie Brown passed away on December 26, 2019, at the age of 42, at his home in Freedom, Oklahoma. He was born November 28, 1977, in Lakin, Kansas, the son of Deborah (Martin) and Johnny Brown. He got his GED while in Ulysses, Kansas, after working other jobs and decided it was time to get it.

He started working and traveling with a carnival at an early age. After he came back home, he worked as a semi driver and traveled some more. His last job was at Cargill Salt after he moved to Freedom, Oklahoma. He always worked hard and helped his fellow employees.

He is survived by his daughters whom he adored more than anyone, Emmerson Cleo Brown and Alexa Faith Brown. He will be forever remembered by his family, mother, Deborah Brown and his sister Rayna Vance along with his nieces, Shyla and Ciara Vance.

He had many friends and family who will never forget his big heart. He would give someone the shirt off his back to help them if he could. Whenever a special occasion came along, he would ask everyone if they wanted to go out to eat. He made jokes and puns all the time to make people laugh. One of his favorite things to do was playing video games. He was mostly into playing Red Dead Redemption. When he wasn't playing games, he was taking care of his daughters, or working. He loved taking his oldest daughter, Emmerson, to school in the morning.

Brandon's funeral service will be held on Friday, January 3, 2020, in the Freedom School Auditorium in Freedom, Oklahoma, with Reverend Todd Finney, pastor, Freedom First United Methodist Church, officiating. Visitation will begin at noon and a family dinner will be held at 2 p.m.

Memorial contributions may be made in his memory to Freedom Fire and Ambulance.


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