Brandon P Stumm
BRIGHAM CITY - Our loving son, brother, uncle and friend, Brandon Paul Stumm, 49, passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, July 24, 2021 at his home in Brigham City, Utah.
He was born on May 12, 1972 in Brigham City, Utah, a son of Steven Paul and Claudia Noreen Guynn Stumm. He was raised and educated in Brigham City and Wendover, where he graduated from Wendover High School. He moved back to Brigham City and worked at Kent's Market for many years and made friends wherever he went.
Brandon loved anything "Star Wars" and he collected Lego sets, action figures and models of the ships. He loved military planes and anything about history, science fiction, UFO's, and prehistoric animals. He loved animals of any kind, especially his dogs, Shaggy and Freddy. He enjoyed spending time with his sister and his nieces and going on adventures. He was a gentle giant and one of the things that we will miss the most is his amazing bear hugs.
He is survived by his sister, Monica Lyn Stumm (Gerald) Jones of Pleasant Grove, UT; his nieces, Megan Jones, Jessica Jones and Stephanie Jones (Derek) Beeston all of Pleasant Grove, UT, and also many friends and relatives. He is preceded in death by his father, Steven Paul Stumm and his mother, Claudia Noreen Guynn Stumm, He is also preceded in death by many grandparents.
Funeral services will be held on Friday, July 30, 2021 at 12 Noon at Gillies Funeral Chapel, 634 E 200 S., Brigham City, Utah.
Viewings will be held on Thursday, July 29, 2021 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. and on Friday from 11:00 to 11:40 a.m. at the funeral chapel.
Interment will be in the Brigham City Cemetery. Send condolences to www.gfc-utah.com
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"I recently learned that Brandon passed away. I was broken hearted, because I considered him my friend. He was a big, sweet teddy bear who was always friendly to me when I came to Kent's to shop. We met because of his dog Shaggy and we remained always friendly. I will miss him at Kent's. See you later, friend. "
"I was so sad to hear of Brandon?s passing. I worked with Brandon many years ago at Kents and have continued to run into him from time to time since. Brandon was such a genuine person who always saw the good in others. I loved how he was so positive and always went out of his way to be kind to others. He truly had the biggest heart. I will miss seeing him. Brandon really was a true friend."
"Brandon worked with my sister at Kents. She passed away unexpectedly almost 25 years ago but he never forgot me, my family, or her. Kents will not be the same. He will be sincerely missed. "
"Brandon was always so positive and upbeat! The world lost a beautiful soul and light with his passing. Although I haven?t seen him for years since moving from Utah, the impact he had on my family and I will live on forever. RIP big man, you will be missed!"
"Brandon was truly a sweet soul from the day he was born, he accepted life as a gift and will be remembered by our family with nothing but love. Vincie, Heide and Todd"
"Always a great guy to have a conversation with when we would shop at Kent?s. I really enjoyed his humor. "
"I knew Brandon from his service at Kents. He was a fellow with a terrific sense of humor and the ability to connect to everyone he shared space with. And he was a talker, visiting about everything, but especially his dog children. I will miss him. "
"I didn?t know him personally, but I knew him because I shop at Kent?s a lot. He always offered to help with groceries, chat with me as he bagged the groceries or ran the till. He seemed to be the one that moved around the store to help people. He seemed to really enjoy his job and the customers he interacted with. I will miss seeing and chatting with him. Kent?s will never feel the same."
"So sorry to hear of Brandon's passing. Worked with him for many years at Kent's and I know the community and Kent's family loved him! He will be sorely missed"
"Brandon is my favorite! I loved seeing him and talking to him at Kent?s. I will miss his genuine compassion and of course his bear hugs. He was such a good friend to so many of us. I?m grateful to be his friend. Hugs to you buddy, Kara Gerfen and family "
"I am saddened with the loss of your brother and Uncle. I always enjoyed seeing Brandon at Kents. He was a familiar friendly face to many. I and many many others will miss him. Our sympathy, prayers and thoughts are with you all."
"I remember going to Brandon?s house across the corn field from my house and playing upstairs in his room for hours then we would go get sugar cubes and pet the horses. His Mom and Dad were so cool, his Dad being a highway patrol office was super cool too. If I didn?t go to his house he would come over to mine or Christian?s house across the street to play when we were in elementary school. I never saw him again after they moved away and I joined the fire dept,
I?m so grateful for all the memories we had and made together. We lost Chief Pie last week, now Brandon, I miss my friends . I will be there Friday, I?m so glad my little sister Victoria saw his notice. We talked about everything space related including Jesus. I love you Brandon, thanks for being one of my best friends.
Godspeed my brother.
Chad Aaron Lipscomb Palmer 689"
"We always talked Star Wars and The Walking Dead when I was in the store. One day he told me, "Shauni, you know, you're one of my best friends." That meant so much to me. He would always pretend to be so disappointed if I hadn't watched the latest episode of TWD. He told me that I better get caught up. So, I got all caught up for him and was ready to surprise him. I know that heaven is a brighter place now that he's there. My life is truly blessed for having met him. Thank you for sharing your brother with us.
I love you, Brandon. I will always miss you and love you. May the Force Be With You."
"Heartbreaking, I?ll miss my friend and our talks at Kent?s. Thanks for being kind Brandon. You?ll be so very missed. I?m sure Shaggy was so happy to see you ??"
"Such a sweet man. He will be missed by many. Always said good morning and greeted me every time he saw me at the store. "