Alexis Michael Brand
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Alexis Michael Brand

Alexis Michael Brand passed away on Wednesday November 18, 2020. He attended St. Lawrence School, Burris High School, and Ball State University. He had worked at the family sheet metal business with his father. In recent years illness and injuries prevented continuing his career. He was passionate about playing his drums, making music with his friends and sitting around a bonfire with friends and relatives.

He is survived by his mother Lydia (Brian Brouillard) Smith, father Michael, step-mother Kathy, brother Julien (Natalie), nephew Henry, niece Sophie, stepdaughter, Amanda (Jeremy) Wilson, special nephew Jeremy Flores, aunt Marilyn Goldman, aunt Jenny Dick, cousin Jeffrey (Katya) Dick, aunt Kathy (John) Morris, cousin Lance (Lisa) Brand, cousin Scott Sears, companion Laura VanMatre, and his many friends.

He was preceded in death by his paternal and maternal grandparents, Stepbrother John Lucas Smith, and uncles Stephen Dick and Dwayne Goldman. A memorial celebration of Alex's life will occur at a later date. Gifts to honor Alex may be sent to Go Fund Me at

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Published in The Star Press from Nov. 19 to Nov. 21, 2020.
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November 22, 2020
A good childhood friend. Condolences to his family and friends. Sorry to hear. Thoughts and prayers for everyone. You will always be missed Alexis, R.I.P
Angela shields
November 21, 2020
Mike and Family,
My Deepest Sympathies
Alex was such a talented person, I will keep you and yours in my Prayers
Jeff Riggin
November 20, 2020
Alexis was my 1st cousin, we weren't very close, but close enough to know that he was a great guy, with a huge heart, and he will be missed terribly by so many, R.I.P. Alexis Brand
Tiffany Brand Glover
November 20, 2020
He was such a fun and loving guy. He watched me and Mandy grow up from elementary dances to having children. He was very fun to be around and loved to make you laugh. I'm so sorry for the families loss. He will be missed.
Love always Mandy's bestie
Brittany Terry
Brittany Terry
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