Metcalf Funeral Directors

1801 East White Oak Terrace, Conroe, TX


Brandon David Kemp

June 15, 1972June 4, 2019

On Tuesday, June 4, 2019, Brandon David Kemp, loving Dad, Husband, Brother and Son, passed away surrounded by his family at the age of 46, after a long fought battle with a rare colon cancer.

Brandon was born on June 15, 1972 in Washington Pennsylvania to Leslie Owen Kemp and Marilyn Janine Secreet Kemp. The Kemp family relocated to the Spring, Texas area in 1980. As a young man, Brandon was a student athlete loving all things football, graduating from Klein High School in 1991.

Brandon attended the University of North Texas where he met his first wife, Kimberly Woods Kinsey. The two married and had two children, Kinley, now 20 and Bryson, now 18. Brandon worked multiple positions in the Energy industry, most recently as Vice-President at Twin Eagle.

Brandon has spent his life raising his children, his pride and joys, instilling love, perseverance and a hard work ethic. Brandon was an avid lover of all things outdoors, hunting, fishing, and coaching his son in Baseball.

In October of 2014, Brandon married the love of his life, Wendy LeBlanc Kemp and together they raised their blended family of 5 children on their piece of Heaven, Twisted 7 Farms in Magnolia, Texas. The family attended The Woodlands Church.

Brandon spent his days working at Twin Eagle and his free time, watching his son play baseball, tinkering with his classic cars collection, hanging out the sports fields cheering on his three nephews, traveling with his family and cutting his 5 acres of grass while singing Ronnie Milsap.

Brandon was passionate about children and volunteer coaching young athletes. You would find him most often at Volleyball, Baseball, Football or Rugby games encouraging family members from the sidelines. He was a dear, loyal friend and family member, and the ultimate protector of those he loved. When his parents passed away in May of 2015, he took his role of Big Brother and patriarch seriously, he loved fiercely those closest to him.

Brandon is survived by his wife; Wendy Kemp, children; Kinley Kemp, Bryson Kemp, step children; Remington Wells, Weston Wells, Kingsley Anniboli, sisters; Missy Kemp Herndon, Jessica Kemp-Park, as well as his brother in laws, and many loving aunts, uncles and cousins. He is preceded in death by his parents, Leslie Kemp and Marilyn Kemp.

Brandon will be honored at a Celebration of Life Service for on Friday, June 7, 2019. A private burial ceremony will be held for family members at 3pm at Garden Park Cemetery, 801 Teas Road, Conroe, TX 77303.

The family invites all who wish to attend, a Celebration of Life Memorial Service at 5pm at The Woodlands United Methodist Church Harvest Worship Center, 2200 Lake Woodlands Dr., The Woodlands, TX 77380.

In lieu of flowers, the family has asked for donations to support research for Juvenile Batten Disease, a rare, fatal condition that Brandon fought passionately against to save his nephew, Will. Donations can be made online to: www.willherndon.org or mailed to The Will Herndon Research Fund, PO Box 132646, The Woodlands, TX 77393. All donations are tax-deductible.


  • Celebration of Life Friday, June 7, 2019


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Bill and Marsha Rome

June 7, 2019

Brandon spent a lot of time at our house while he was in high school. We so much enjoyed him and his personality. We would never know what he might say or do! He loved life and showed it. His little smile showed when he was being ornery!! We truly loved that kid. Our hearts are broken. Our deepest sympathy to the family.
Bill and Marsha Rome

Terry Talley

June 7, 2019

I was one of Brandon's co-workers for the few years that he worked at CenterPoint Energy. It makes me sad to hear the news of his passing. A couple things stand out in my mind when I think of Brandon, he loved his children and was proud to talk about their adventures and achievements, and he always had very interesting stories to tell in own vivid way. My prayers are with his family as they deal with the loss of their dear loved one.