Brandon Lee Means
Aug. 12, 1989 – May 3, 2014
Brandon Lee Means, my beloved son, was born August 12, 1989 in Fort Collins, Colorado to Mother Emily Marie Reeves and Father Curtis Lynn Means (RIP 02/13). Brandon was laid to rest in the Loving Arms of Our Father God and greeted by his comforting Dad Curtis on May 3, 2014 at the age of 24. Brandon is survived by his Mother Emily, Fiancée Catarina, Song Craig, Big Brother Michael, Little Sister Annabelle, Youngest Brother Garrett, Grand Parent’s Carolyn & Jack and Virginia, and numerous Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, and Best Friends.Brandon was gifted the most wonderful, kind-hearted traits a person could ever possess and he shared these traits with everyone he came in contact with, couldn’t help it. He loved generously with his whole heart, never holding back. Brandon had the presence that lite up a room when he entered, as if the fun hadn’t arrived until he did. He had the biggest beautiful smile that made you laugh and assure you everything is ok. When looking into Brandon’s gorgeous, big blue eyes, you looked straight into his loving heart and feel his love pour out like a soft warm blanket. Because Brandon loved animals, and they love him, he surrounded himself with many pets all his life. Brandon was the jokester that could liven up any saddened moment, even at his own expense. Singing rap songs that he just made up, and dancing like a goof, though he was a great dancer. Brandon could fix anything. I loved his inspector gadget inventions, which started at a young age. Brandon was born with this invincible – no fear look on his life which gave him the ability to naturally maneuver anything he drove, which made you feel safe riding with him (my Dare Devil Hero). Brandon was an avid fisherman, skate boarder, horticulturalist, dirt bike rider, and loved his street bike. Brandon loved unconditionally and dedicated his life to his friends & family everywhere. Brandon has tenderness, loyalty, respect, and courage that made people want to be around him. His integrity and honor made everyone so proud to know him. But where he shinned the most is as a Father and Husband, when Brandon looks into his son’s eyes, you could see the amazement glow. Brandon is the kind of man anyone would be proud to call Son, Brother, Grandson, Husband, Father, Nephew, Cousin, and Best Friend. He did not disappear; he still exists in all of us! “May the works I’ve done speak for me.”There will be two memorial’s in both Nevada and California. NV’s memorial May 17th at 2PM. 5770 Borg Walk, Stage Coach NV. CA’s memorial will be announced week or so later. Any condolences can be sent to Catarina & Craig at 5770 Borg Walk Stage Coach, NV 89429 and Emily & Michael at 2403 Candlewood Dr, Redding, CA 96003.