Gillies Funeral Chapel

 

Brandon Frank Peterson

August 25,1975 ~ December 16, 2016

 

Viewing: Thursday, December 22nd 6-8 pm at Gillies Funeral Chapel, 634 East 200 South

Funeral service: Friday, December 23, 2016 at 11:00 am at the Willard 2nd Ward, 665 West 7615 South

Interment: Brigham City Cemetery

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Brandon Frank Peterson aka BEEPS- The man, the myth, the legend was born August 25,1975 and passed away December 16, 2016. He is survived by his wife and soulmate Nikkole (Nimori) Peterson, his son Triston Peterson and his daughter Tyiese Nimori; his mother Pamela (Bullock) Peterson; father Glenn Peterson; two brothers Carson Peterson (Jaimee) and Andrew Peterson (Carina) and one sister, Sara (Peterson) Walker, (Scott). He is also survived by nieces Brooklyn, Kali, Jersee, Cambree and Taylor. His nephews Kaiden, Chans, Vincent, Andre and Zaine. Brandon grew up in Honeyville Utah. He attended school at Honeyville elementary and Box Elder High. As a young man he stayed active riding bikes, skate boarding, hanging out at Crystal Hot Springs and playing football. He grew up living next door to Grandpa Jack (grandpa Pete) and Grandma Marion (grandma Pete), who influenced him greatly. Working with his dad, grandpa and grandma Pete, he formed a deeply loving bond and many cherished memories. His grandpa Pete became his mentor, teaching him to tend the gardens; repair things around the house, roofing, cement, lay brick, and most important how to be a gentleman. From his dad, learned determination fearlessness and strength as well as to be charitable, compassionate and to have a strong work ethic and he passed that on to his siblings and children. In his adult life he became a positive mentor to his two brothers Carson and Andy and protector to his sister Sara showing them how to become strong, loving and caring siblings and adults. He stayed close to his mother and enjoyed spending time with her, even if it was to just watching movies or rearranging her things. Brandon was a mammas boy and loved anything involving family. He made every festivity more enjoyable, being the big kid at heart that he was. Breakfast was his favorite meal of the day and he would ask Nikki to make something from Sara's cookbook, often, which would take him back to his childhood memories. Which would then make breakfast something special to the whole family. In 2007 he married his soul mate and the woman he would be deeply in love with the rest of his life. When his son Triston was born he was bursting with joy! Everyone that knew Brandon, knows that Triston is his everything and he loved watching him grow up. He was so proud of his son and would rather hang out with Triston than do anything else. He was an outstanding father, husband, son, brother, uncle and friend. He was always willing to give a helping hand to his family and friends, putting his needs on a back burner in order to build a loving family. In his family and friends eyes he was a mountain of man to be looked up to and they aspired to be like him. He was an honest, loyal and loving man who expected the same if he called you friend. He held his family to a higher standard and they were happy to be there (even when it involved WORKING OUT!) He carried a light like no other and will shine bright always. We will all miss him greatly and remember him often as we live, love and struggle, he will be beside us encouraging us all to be the best we can be. A funeral service will be held on Friday, December 23, 2016 at 11:00 am at the Willard 2nd Ward, 665 West 7615 South. A viewing will be held on Thursday, December 22nd 6-8 pm at Gillies Funeral Chapel, 634 East 200 South. Interment will be in the Brigham City Cemetery. In lieu of flowers please make donations to Gillies Funeral Chapel, 435.723.5236.


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