OBITUARY

Brandon Joseph Vicente Tuncap

December 15, 1985June 3, 2019

Brandon Joseph Vicente Tuncap was born on December 15, 1985 and passed away on June 3, 2019.

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, June 15, 2019

Memories

Brandon Joseph Vicente Tuncap

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Clifton Yazzie

June 16, 2019

Hello Catherine & kids I'm so sorry to hear what happened...it was a shock to hear this bout a wonderful & loving father Brandon...i had a real pleasure of getting to know him & spending time with him. He was like a brother to me, always playing games, watching him play volleyball, & watching movies in theaters. We had this thing where he would say to me or my sister Lateisha "What's boy?! What's girl?!" *High pitch voice* haha. I'm Kamia & Kaiphua uncle on there moms side. He was a very good hearted put his family first type of person. I have alot of respect for him, He will be missed greatly, he will always be with you guys & watch over u too Catherine & kids. Our prayers & strength are with you guys too. Be at peace my brother & thank you for all the good times we shared...
-Love always Cliffy boy-

William Knecht Jr

June 16, 2019

As a young man when Brandon first came to live with his mom and I in PA, he was so shy but, so cheerful and full of life. I don't know how much he liked the cold and snow. He had become close with my father and uncle Ted.

When his first two children were born we visit him in Arizona and had so much fun together. He and Shannon made there home ours.

I will miss him so very much and know he is in heaven.
He is dancing in the sky with brother Brian and watching over their families.

LOVE Papa Bill

william knecht jr

June 16, 2019

As a young man when Brandon first came to live with his mom and I in PA, he was so shy but, so cheerful and full of life. I don't know how much he liked the cold and snow. He had become close with my father and uncle Ted.

When his first two children were born we visit him in Arizona and had so much fun together. He and Shannon made there home ours.

I will miss him so very much and know he is in heaven.
He is dancing in the sky with brother Brian and watching over their families.

LOVE Papa Bill

Debbie Willetto

June 15, 2019

To Catherine and all 8 children of Brandon....My SINCERE CONDOLENCES and PRAYERS are continuing for you...May the Lord continue to Embrace your family with LOVE and COMFORT...This is truly a tremendous loss for a Great man who always put his children first!! May you Rest in Peaceful Eternity and Always look over us until we meet again..
"OH, HOW BEAUTIFUL HEAVEN MUST BE" ...Will Miss you truly...

Brenda Hargrave

June 15, 2019

I first met Brandon through his mother, my beloved friend, Mary. Wow! That guy had a smile that would light up a room! What a sweet young man, so warm and compassionate. He will be missed by so many for so long.
My sincerest sympathy and condolences to all of his family. May God grant His comfort and peace at this difficult time.
Vaya con Dios

Mary Tuncap

June 14, 2019

I lost my son, the youngest of five. We the parents, the late Vicente Gumataotao Tuncap and I was given this graceful gift of life. The adorable and most captivating son.

The hope and joy we had for him but most of all, the LOVE.
The LOVE is stronger than death.
I have LOVED and LOST and have begun to heal.
My fondest wish is that my LOVED ONES be at PEACE in a place of JOY.

He is loved by his god-parents, the late William Duenas and Annie Cruz, also by the Tuncap & Cruz Families.

"My heart is in pain, but you had suffered more. Fly my angel, fly my sweet angel. You are free and in a better place."

"HU GUAIYA HAO MAMES ANGHET-HU"


Love Mom

Auntie Gina Garafola

June 14, 2019

Another star is in the sky to look at and to wish on, name Brandon.
Added to the heavens and waiting for us all to be together someday.

I remember Brandon when he was young. Him and Mar-Mar coming over my house with Mary, we all cooked and played video games with my friend. Brandon always wanted to stay there, never wanted to go home. He always had fun at my house.

I remember watching Nascar Racing. He loved #20 Tony Stewart, his mom Mary loved #48.

Later after coming here to Pennsylvania to stay here for awhile, his children Kamia and Kaipuha use to come over to watch Nascar too.

No parent should ever have to face this pain-my heart goes out to his family and beautiful children, and most of all, to his mom Mary who loves and misses him dearly.

Auntie Gina
Avoca Pennsylvania






Melodey Kowalczyk

June 14, 2019

Mary, Our deepest condolences to you and your family. The world lost a great person, but heaven gained a beautiful soul. I'll never forget the summer when Kamia and Puha spent time with us at Ryan's birthday. Such beautiful kids, they will always know how much their dad loved them.

- The Kowalczyk family
Dupont, PA

Aaron Thompson

June 13, 2019

I miss you friend.

Kenny & Gina Bagley

June 12, 2019

I will always remember the good times due to there were no bad ones. Rest In Peace my friend.

FROM THE FAMILY