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Brandon Anthony LOVETT

December 7, 1996 ~ June 15, 2016 (age 19)

BRANDON ANTHONY LOVETT Born: December 7th, 1996 Passed: June 15, 2016 19 years old Lived in Grand Junction, CO Proceded in death by his Father Tyrone Delando Lovett Sr., survived by his Mother, Melissa Anne Everett, his siblings Tyrone Delando Lovett Jr., William Patrick Lovett and Angelina Michelle Everett. Also survived by his grandparents William and Patricia Everett, his aunts Nicole and Melinda Everett, his cousins Selena Lobato, Katelyn Jerome, Jaxson Harrington, and Ireland Hazelbaker along with many other family members and close friends. My brother attended Grand Junction high school before attending Job Corps in Collbran for carpentry, and was finishing High School at R-5. Sure he didn't always go to class, but who does ya know? He tried hard when he did and thats all that counts to me. While in school my brother revealed amazing and unbelievable talent for the world to see. Star player in his football years, he always sang and danced, and could pick up any kind of musical instrument and sound amazing playing it. My brother demonstrated amazing talent for all the arts, including drawing, dancing, singing, playing instruments, and many more stretching from parkour (free running) all the way to gymnastics. He was such a wild child. Always pulling dangerous stunts and living his life to the fullest with no fear nor regrets. He was so spiritual, always looking for answers about life and religion. Leaving notes and reminders in his bible as he would read and study it every night. Honestly, i believe he found his answers he needed. He was always so happy. He never really had a bad day. He'd always find the positives throughout the day. Even sitting in the E.R., he would come out feeling like superman, like he'd never even been hurt. Out of the hospital bed that morning and jumping out of second story windows by the evening. He always had his obsession with video games from the Sony playstation 1 all the way thru the Nintendo series up thru ps4. He was always online making friends with people around the world. Always so lively and loud while he played. There are so many lives touched by Brandon and everyone had such respect for him. He was always everyones guardian angel of sorts, standing up for the bullied at school and helping the weaker students stand up for themselves. He always looked out for my Mom the most. He was so loving, so caring, yet so wild! There will never be anyone like him in this world again, For those who knew him, we will never forget how much of a blessing it was to have called this angel family, or friend. His organs were donated to save the lives of at least five different people, who woke up happy to enjoy their new heart, lung, kidney or whatever they recieved. Happy to receive new life and abilities. Five lives were saved from my brothers sacrifice, and there will be as many as 50 more receiving his donations in the near future. Please attend the memorial service on Friday June 24th, 2016 @ 3:30 pm Palisade United Methodists Church on 4th and Main street in Palisade, CO

 Service Information

Memorial Service
June 24, 2016

3:30 AM
Palisade United Methodist Church
4th and Main Street
Palisade, CO 81526

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