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Brandon Joe

June 14, 1972 ~ February 5, 2024 (age 51) 51 Years Old
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Brandon Joe Life Story

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Brandon Joe, a beloved husband, father, grandfather, son, and friend. Brandon departed this world on February 5, 2024, leaving behind a legacy of love, laughter, and unforgettable memories.

Born on June 14, 1972, in Woodville, Texas, Brandon's journey was one filled with passion, joy, and an unwavering love for life. His charismatic personality and infectious spirit touched the lives of all who were fortunate enough to know him.

Brandon had an undeniable love for sports, with a special place in his heart for the Dallas Cowboys, the Texas Rangers, the Dallas Stars, and the Dallas Mavericks. Whether cheering from the stands or in the comfort of his home, he reveled in the victories and endured the defeats with true sportsmanship.

Not just a spectator, Brandon enjoyed the thrill of the casino and the challenge of the slot machines, even if the elusive jackpot remained just out of reach. His love for dancing brought joy and amusement to those around him, as he embraced every opportunity to hit the dance floor with infectious enthusiasm.

Family was at the center of Brandon's world. He adored his children and cherished his beloved grandson. The heart of his family, Brandon's love and devotion were unwavering. His 15-year journey alongside his beautiful wife, Marcy, created a blended family full of love, laughter, and enduring memories.

Their annual pilgrimage to the State Fair was a tradition he held dear, relishing in the festivities and indulging in the fair's iconic treats. His Harley Davidson motorcycle was not just a mode of transportation but a symbol of freedom and adventure that he embraced with every ride.

Traveling with Marcy was a source of immense happiness for Brandon, with Vegas and Miami holding special places in their hearts. The memories created during their adventures became treasured moments that will be cherished by those who knew him.

A natural comedian, Brandon had a knack for cracking jokes and bringing smiles to the faces of his family and friends. His quick wit and sense of humor were a testament to his ability to find joy in the simplest moments.

Brandon also had love for his friends, with an undying loyalty to those that became like his family. 

As we mourn the loss of Brandon Joe, let us remember the joy he brought into our lives and the warmth of his spirit. May his memory be a source of comfort and inspiration as we celebrate a life well-lived.

Brandon will be joining in heaven his step-father, Ricky Newell; his mother-in-law, Rebecca Gutierrez; and his father-in-law, Emilio Gutierrez.

Those who will be missing Brandon on Earth include his cherished wife, Marcy Joe; his sons, Christopher Joe, James Gutierrez, and Lucio Lopez; his daughter, Desirae Navarro; his grandson, Liam Carstens; his mom, Nancy Newell; his dad, Kenneth Joe; his step-mother, Judy Burns and her husband Dennis Burns; his sister, Melissa Joe; his brother, Kenneth Joe, Jr.; his step-brothers, Garett Elkins, Rocky Newell, and Jason Newell; and many nieces, nephews, aunts, and cousins. 


A visitation and informal service will be held on February 13, 2024, from 4-8pm. Brandon's family would like to request that everyone in attendance wear sports attire to celebrate his life. 

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Visitation
Tuesday
February 13, 2024

4:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Chapel
9700 Webb Chapel Rd.
Dallas, TX 75220

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