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Brandon Minear

April 29, 1982 — April 4, 2020

Brandon Minear

Brandon William Minear, 37, resided in Roy, UT. Brandon fought a long, hard battle with Glioblastoma in his brain and spine. Brandon passed away on April 4, 2020, in the comfort of his home, with his wife, children, and hospice by his side.

Brandon was born on April 29, 1982, in Salt Lake City, UT to Lisa Canton and Kevin Minear. Brandon grew up with his siblings Cory, Damian, Tawna, and Andrea. He loved being a dad and working hard for his family. When he was asked if there was anything he wanted to do before he died, all he wanted was his family. He worked at Allred’s Inc. for seven years as an Assistant Manager. Most recently, he was a lead at Treehouse Foods Inc. for five years. He loved his job, going to work, and he loved all of his associates.

His hobbies included camping, spending time with family, and watching football and basketball. He loved the Kansas City Chiefs, and the Utah Jazz. He loved cars and playing with his kids.

Brandon was a member of the Genesis Project. He really enjoyed going and loved the people and the atmosphere. He really felt like it was family and home while he was there.

Brandon is survived by his wife, Amanda and their three children: Madison, Britney and Braydon. He is also survived by his parents Lisa and Lance Canton, Kevin and Cayla Minear, his siblings Cory (Ashley) Christensen, Damian (Alexia) Sandall, Tawna Sandal, and Andrea Duffin, father-in-law Vern Barnes niece Lacey Christensen, nephews: Jakob Christensen, Connor Anderson, Carter and Rogan Brown, Skyler and Preston Throssell, his favorite dogs  Harlie, Princess, Fester and Loki.

He is preceded in death by his grandmother Clair, grandfathers Joseph Herbert and Patrick Minear, dog Mollie, uncle Gary, and mother-in-law Lisa Barnes.

Private Graveside services will be held on Friday, May 15, 2020, at 2:00pm, at Leavitt’s Aultorest Memorial Park.

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