My thoughts are with his friends and family.
He shopped in our store all the time and I enjoyed talking with him about the wrestling business.
Always nice and happy! Will miss our wrestling talks
Rest In Peace
I am so sorry for your loss. Brandon was a very good friend. Anthony wanted to come but he is not good with funerals. They worked together at SRG. He lived with Brandon for a month. He was like a brother to us. He came to our wedding on July 15 2021. Won’t let me upload the pic of him an Brandon. So sorry for your loss. Email me an I can send the latest pic we have of him. Xoxoxo
Brandon Where Did Things Go Wrong. Always That Happy Go Lucky Coworker. Never Saw You Down Ever At SRG. It’s Never Goodbye, It’s Can’t Wait To See You On The Other Side. Prayers To The Family. I’m So Sorry For Another SRG Family Loss. It Always Hits Hard.
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Brandon Michael Kitzinger, 29, passed away August 30, 2021. He was born in Evansville, Indiana on May 11, 1992 to Angel Wimber and Bruce Kitzinger.
Brandon enjoyed playing guitar. He was a football fan and was always cheering on his favorite team the Pittsburg Steelers. He had huge collection of Funko Pops. Above all things though Brandon loved his family and was most excited about being a father.
Brandon is survived by his son Matthew Kitzinger; father Bruce Kitzinger; brother James Boyd; sister Brittany Peterson and her husband Mark Peterson; niece Elisha Peterson; nephew Elijah Peterson; grandmother Rita Rickard; aunt C.J. Wimber; childhood friends Damion Baker and Matt Nalley.
Brandon is preceded in death by his mother Angel Wimber; brother Rusty Pease; grandparents Carl and Betty Kitzinger.
Funeral Services for Brandon will be held Wednesday September 8th, 2021 at 12:00 P.M. at Sunset Funeral Home and Memorial Park Chapel of Peace. Family and Friends may gather from 11:00 A.M. till time of service at the Chapel.
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