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Memorial for Gregrey Brandon

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1:00 PM Monday, July 24th, 2017
Benton County Memorial Park Funeral Home
Mr. Gregrey Brandon, age 45, of Bentonville, Arkansas, passed away Thursday, July 20, 2017, at Northwest Medical Center in Bentonville. He was born September 29, 1971, in Rogers, Arkansas. Greg was born and raised in Rogers, Arkansas. His parents were Charles and Nancy Brandon. After a mischievous childhood he finally made it through high school. He attended an Aviation school in Denver, CO earning his Associates Degree n Avionics Technologies, followed by other licenses. He worked as a contractor in several states as a trouble shooter on the electrical components of aircraft's. While living in Milwaukee, WI he met and married Laurie Amidon in November of 2000. They had one son, Tyler Wayne Brandon. That is when Greg started to settle down as a husband and father with his now family being his focal point in life. Greg worked for ASC as a technical trouble shooter in Milwaukee for approximately 10 years. He then moved his family to Arkansas opening his own business installing automatic gate operators. Greg was born with a gift for working with electronics. Greg was a well rounded experienced handyman. He would help anyone he could at anytime, even without being asked. He never expected anything in return. He had a heart of gold. We would like to remember Greg, who was a caring husband and father. He spent a lot of quality time teaching anything he knew to his son Tyler, who is just as gifted as he was. Greg also had a passion for animals, whether wild or domestic. His long time companion of approximately 10 years was Snickers who recently preceded his passing, leaving behind Holly and Patches. His dogs were his extended children. Greg has always put his family first, which included his wife's family, his siblings and other extended family members. He was also very close with some of his childhood friends. He loved to laugh and share his experiences with others. Greg will be loved and missed by all those fortunate enough to have known him.