Brandon Wade Mahle (1982 - 2014)

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  • "I remember Brandon as a kid when his dad and me played..."
    - John Masterson
  • "Tiffany and daughters, Please know you are in my thoughts..."
    - ~Katrina J.
  • "We are saddened to hear of Brandon's death. We trust the..."
    - Jim & Karla Donaghey
  • "My prayers go out to all the family. May God Bless."
    - Michele Kralemann
  • "My heartfelt sympathy to family and friends who are..."
    - Marcellus

Brandon Wade Mahle, 31, passed away in Juneau, Alaska unexpectedly Thursday January 30, 2014.
Brandon was born in Juneau, Alaska on March 5, 1982. He graduated from Juneau Douglas High School in 2001 and attended Mid-America Bible College. Brandon married Tiffany Culliton on August 28, 2004 and they have two daughters, Makenzie and Zoe.
In addition to being a loving and dedicated husband and father, Brandon Mahle worked for almost 10 years as a paraeducator at Dzantik'i Heeni Middle School. His ability to relate to special needs children was a gift that touched many families' lives. In keeping with his love of sports and incredible talent of working with children, Brandon coached youth basketball, soccer and football over the years. He was also a very active member of Juneau Youth Football League, and was part of the coaching staff for the Thunder Mountain High School Falcons for 3 years.
He is survived by loving wife, Tiffany, and daughters Makenzie (8) and Zoe (5). Parents, Sarena and Jerry Mahle, birth mother Deon Revis, and maternal grandfather, Richard Shadduck. Brandon also leaves behind three brothers: Treavor and wife Kristin Mahle; Josh and wife Heather Mahle; and Cody Mahle.
He is also survived by many dear nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
He was preceded in death by: maternal grandmother Ginger Shadduck; paternal grandparents Billie Belle Barry and Harlan Mahle; Uncle Doug Mahle; and nephew Noah Mahle.
In lieu of flowers, a memorial account for Brandon in the name of Tiffany, Makenzie and Zoe has been set up at AlaskaUSA Credit Union.

A Community Celebration for Brandon will be held at
Thunder Mountain High School
Friday, February 7th, 5:00-7:30pm.

For family and friends, funeral services will be held at
Valley Church, 9741 Mendenhall Loop Rd
Saturday, February 8th, at 1 pm.


Published in The Juneau Empire on Feb. 5, 2014
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