Brandon has been a light in everyone's lives. Many have said that he always had a smile on his face. If you could have a human representation of a teddy bear, it would be Brandon. He was always welcoming and kind, and his intentions were always kind.
On Friday, April 6th, Brandon was riding in the back of his truck with some of his best friends during the early evening. He fell off the back while the truck was moving and hit his head. He was then airlifted to Sacred Heart in downtown Spokane. Within a couple hours, the waiting room near the ICU was packed with friends and family as he was fighting for his life. Brandon did not make it, but his presence will live on. He signed up to be an organ donor and his organs will be harvested in about three days.
We would like to collect donations to have a memorial service at our airsoft and paintball field, where Brandon had been playing since he was five. He was known to sneak up behind people and shoot them in the back, and was heavily underestimated at first. We had planned on constructing a church at the field, and now we have decided that we will spread his ashes where we will put the foundation. With these donations, we will be able to cover outstanding medical bills, and the rest will go towards the memorial.
Brandon will be remembered as a lover of various video games, a skilled paintballer, and someone that enjoys spreading kindness. Brandon had an extraordinary life and outstanding friends. He's traveled to do some of his favorite things, and has spent lots of quality time with friends.
Thank you for your generous donations so far. Because Brandon was air lifted, Dale said it would cost at least $35,000. It seems insane to get just $1,000, but because of the air lift, his organs will be passed on to give others a chance to live their lives the way Brandon lived his.