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Weed Corley Fish Funeral Homes and Cremation Services

411 Ranch Road 620 South, Lakeway, TX

OBITUARY

Brandon Ray Edmondson

10 January, 197510 January, 2020
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Brandon Ray Edmondson, 45, of Austin, Texas, passed away on January 10th in Austin, Texas due to a motor vehicle accident.

Visitation will be January 16th from 6:00-8:00 pm at Weed-Corley-Fish Funeral Home at 411 Ranch Road 620 South, Lakeway, Texas 78734. Funeral services will be held on January 17th at Lake Hills Church at 11521 FM-2244, Bee Cave, Texas 78738 at 11:00 am, officiating will be Pastor Mac Richard.

Brandon was born in Casper, Wyoming to William and Betty Edmondson on January 10, 1975. He graduated Kelly Walsh High school in 1993 and went on to attend University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston graduating with his degree in Occupation Therapy. He married Tara Edmondson, his wife of twenty years, on December 18, 1999 in Galveston, Texas. He worked for Permobil as Director of Clinical Sales since 2012.

Brandon is preceded in death by his mother, Betty Edmondson. Brandon is survived by his wife Tara Edmondson, his son Maddox Edmondson (15), and his daughter Skyler Edmondson (12). He is also survived by his father William Edmondson and his wife Sarah, his brother Adam Edmondson and his wife Amy, and Adam’s son and daughter, Zack and McKenzie Edmondson, his brothers Aaron O’Donnell, and Mychal Edmondson and family, his step-siblings, Mike Scott and Jennifer Scott. His father and mother-in-law John and Julia Bueche, his brother-in- law John Bueche and his wife Julia Bueche, and their daughters Lily and Piper Bueche, his sister-in-law Tiffany Waters and children, Cody Richards, Jacob and Shelby Waters, and by Georgia and Scotty Brandon.

In lieu of flowers, if you would like to donate, Brandon’s employer, Permobil, has set up a college fund for his children. Permobil Foundation will match all donations received. The link to donate is: https://www.aplos.com/aws/give/permobilfoundation/brandon

The family of Brandon wishes to extend our sincere thanks to each of you who have kept us all in your thoughts and prayers. The support has helped strengthen us during this time.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, 16 January , 2020
  • Funeral Service Friday, 17 January , 2020

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Judy Barrett- Hall

January 18, 2020

Edmondson Family,

I am so very sorry to hear about Brandon. I have known his family since the boys were in preschool and he and my son, Adam were inseparable from then on. He lived with us his Senior year and I have only good things to say about him. Cherish your memories and hope they will help ease some of your pain. RIP my dear second son. 💐

Alison and Andrew Todd

January 18, 2020

Brandon, so full of life and smiles. Such a great neighbor, too. My fondest memory because it had such a huge impact was when Luca was just 8 months old. I was fumbling an Easter photoshoot in our crap backyard and Brandon came over to our fence and strongly suggested I bring luca and all of our props to his front yard with the lovely flowers and green grass. I love those photos and as a 1st time mom, his kindness made me feel so supported. Not to mention Luca got over the photoshoot fast, so Brandon worked for the smiles behind me.

Michelle Sedar

January 17, 2020

Brandon was my cousin. He could always make me laugh. His smile could light up the room. I knew he would grow up to be an amazing husband and father.
Prayers and love to Tera, Maddox, and Skylar, and all his family and friends.
Love you Bran - Till we meet again
❤ Michelle

Trish Tully

January 16, 2020

Dear Tara,
My prayers are with you, your children, Brandon, and all your family. I am a better person for having known Brandon and am thankful he was happily placed in my life.
May he Rest in God’s Peace.
Love, Trish

Amberly Schmuecker

January 16, 2020

Brandon was a cherished coworker and as many have already said, a bright light. He made you feel as if you were the only one in the room when talking to him. He was the Texas Two Step King, and nights in Nashville won’t be the same without him. He always spoke so lovingly of his family and was always the first to share updates and pictures of them whenever I would see him. My heart goes out to his wife and children during this trying time. He is sure to be sorely missed by all.

Michele O’Keefe

January 16, 2020

Tara,

I have always felt that you really cared about the success of our kids as they went through LTHS and am so truly sorry for your loss. I hope the pain is eased just a little in knowing that we are thinking of you and your family at this unthinkably difficult time.

Fondly,

Michele O’Keefe

Martin Boyer

January 16, 2020

I am very sorry for your loss. Brandon was one of the greats. I always enjoyed visting with Brandon whenever he visited the dealership for his boat service and accessory needs. He was always pleasant and wore a permanent smile that would lighten everyone's mood. I vividly recall my last interaction with Brandon as we both worked together on a plan to effectively remove all the stubborn hard water spots off his Tige in the parking lot last fall. Our dealership family will mourn this loss and our thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Edmondson family. As hard as it is in the moment we can trust that God will bless our loss on the other side in ways that only He can do.

John Green

January 16, 2020

Deeply missed Fondly remembered Goodbye my friend

Julie Szymanski

January 16, 2020

Brandon and Tara were our first neighbors when we moved to Austin. I will always remember Brandon or as Tara liked to call him “Manuel” being so busy around the house or garden, always having a job to do or something to fix. But everything Brandon did, he did with such a sense of fun.
He will be sadly missed by so many but his light still shines on through his lovely children, Maddox and Skyler.
RIP buddy ❤️

Mark Westphal

January 16, 2020

Brandon,
Thank you for being a mentor, a coach, an inspiration and supporter, and most of all a great friend. In the 20 years we have known each other there are so many memories that come to mind, it's hard to pick just one. Know they will always have a special place in my heart, just as you will. Forever.
You will be missed my brother, rest in peace.
Love you man.


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