My heart is heavy this morning hearing of your passing. You were always so thoughtful of others and I appreciate you reaching out to me often. The last few text messages we exchanged made me laugh and made me cry. Brandon I will miss you. Until we meet again my dear friend. ❤️
IN LOVING MEMORY
Brandon J. Loveland
June 30th, 1983 – October 3rd, 2020
Wherever He Went
Son, Brother, and more...
As a beloved son, brother, uncle, cousin, and nephew, Brandon has touched the lives of all in his family. He has left an aching empty space in our hearts that can never be filled. We miss him deeply, remember him fondly, and yearn to reunite with him.
With his dry wit and quick humor, Brandon has gained friends wherever he has gone. All who have known him would call him their friend, and have been richly blessed by his kindness, compassion and service.
Brandon loved the constitution, and was a student in the UVU Constitution Studies program. He served in many roles in the Republican Party where he worked to defend and strengthen the liberties of our communities, state and country.
‘Til we meet again
It is with heavy heart that we share the unexpected passing of Brandon Loveland, a beloved son, brother, uncle, cousin, nephew and friend. He passed in the early hours of October 3rd. Answers are still coming, in the meantime, prayers are appreciated.
Due to Covid 19, we are restricted to number of attendees at his funeral, so it will be limited to only certain family members. All others please watch the service through this link.
There will be a public viewing on Thursday from 6-8pm
It will go live on Friday, October 9th at 1pm MDT. It will also remain available to view for those unable to log in at the time of the service.
Brandon Jeffery Loveland passed suddenly early Saturday morning, October 3, 2020 from a pulmonary embolism at the age of 37.
Brandon was born June 30, 1983 in Provo, Utah to Jeff and Susan (Terry) Loveland.
From a young age he enjoyed sports, the outdoors, and anything mechanical. At age 13 he earned his Eagle Scout and through the Scouting program learned the principals of honesty, loyalty and patriotism which stayed with him throughout his life. When he was 16 he and his Dad built his first car together, a 1972 Oldsmobile Delta 88. He’s been an Oldsmobile guy ever since. Besides cars, Brandon had many other passions including guns, books, and politics.
He was an avid reader and learner. He graduated with honors from UVU with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. He was involved with the local Republican party serving in various precinct roles and most recently as Treasurer for Utah County. Brandon was a gentle giant. He was a quiet, hardworking man who would do anything for family and friends in need. His kindness and generosity touched the lives of all who knew him. He will be greatly missed.
He is preceded in death by twin sisters, Stacy and Stephanie, grandparents McKay & Gwen Loveland and Floyd & Marian Terry, uncles and aunts Kyle & Michelle Terry, Katheryn Terry, Bradford Loveland, and cousin Abbie Lighthill. He is survived by his parents, Jeff & Sue, siblings Matt (Emily), Amanda (Jeremy), nephew Reuben, and various aunts, uncles, and cousins.
The Family expresses appreciation to the EMT’s who worked so diligently with him.
A viewing will be held on Thursday, October 8, 2020 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at Warenski Funeral Home. Family requests that those attending please wear masks. Funeral services will be held on Friday, October 9, 2020. Due to COVID-19, numbers at the funeral are limited to family members. Those wishing to attend virtually can view the services starting at 1:00 pm at the following link: View Here
Interment will be at the Alpine City Cemetery.
I hope to narrow that gap and live worthy to be with him again one day
I love you Brandon…its been both a privilege and an honor. We will pray for and be here for your sweet family until we meet again. All my love Debbie
YOU were special- truly-
….and especially FUNNY.
I always knew, with you around, our constitutional rights and republic was safer. I CANNOT believe you are gone. You worked so hard to lose the weight and get healthier…. it is an irony I cannot seem to grasp- I am sad you are gone- too soon.
Way too young.
… we are Praying for your family and friends who I am sure are drowning in sorrow and shock. I KNOW heaven is a little happier to have you back…and earth is a lot sadder with you gone. We will miss you. Thank you for your service to your Values and Principles and to the People of this state. God be With Us
…until we meet again.
Sending him peace and love to his family and friends!
You will he missed Brandon.
I dedicate this to you.