Brandon Krall Romero

March 15, 1983December 2, 2013

Brandon Krall Romero was born on March 15, 1983 in Denver, CO and passed away on December 2, 2013 in Katy, TX.


Brandon Krall Romero

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Caitlin Erickson

June 7, 2014

I'm so sorry to have found out about your brother, Brandon's death. My prayers are with you and you family. Please get in touch with me justin, my dear friend. My condolences., 318-792-7518.

Tyler Watt

January 2, 2014

The friendship I have had with Brandon means more than the syntax of any words I could ever compose. Through melodies and still-framed pictures, these rhythmic sequences of the memories we have shared will always be engraved in my heart. He is the best friend I have ever had and the most down-to-earth person I will probably ever know. His family should be so proud to have had such a wonderful person for a son and brother. It was an honor and a privilege to have been in his life. The influential impact he has had upon me, as well as, everyone else, will resonate with significance and transcend beyond the satellites to a height in which he can help watch over us and protect us. I will never forget him.
I Love You - B

Lindsey Amedeo Gerkin

December 16, 2013

RIP Brandon. I hope that you have found happiness and fulfillment wherever you are. You were well loved here on earth and will be forever.

Ambar Smith

December 9, 2013

Miss you B ..thoughts and prayers go out to your amazing family

Gayle Freer

December 8, 2013

You will be greatly missed Brandon by all who loved you. I will keep your family in thoughts and prayers for God to hold them and comfort them as they are going through such sad times. RIP Sweetie. Fly High!!!!

Patti Stull

December 6, 2013

Brandon will always be your 'Superman'! Wishing that your cherished memories will help you thru the difficult days <3. Your family has many people holding you tight in our hearts! Love PSE

Melissa Rayburn

December 6, 2013

May the memories of his laughter fill your heart with joy. May the memories of his gentle and kind spirit bring you comfort. May you remember that we hurt a lot when we have loved a lot. May you find peace as the joyful memories illuminate the darkness.
Sincerely, Melissa Rayburn