Brandon Meyers

Plainfield, Illinois

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Dave & Wendy it's been along time. The last time I saw him he was just a baby. So sorry for your loss. As it is heavens gain praying for healing for all of you.

To The Meyers Family,
We are deeply sorry for your loss.
We have never met, but our sons served together in the Marine Corp and our son calls Brandon a true friend and mentor. We thank you as parents for raising such an incredible son who touched our son's life so deeply and we will continue to pray for your family that you will find peace in your days ahead.

Dave & Wendy,
My sincere sympathies for your loss. I can not express to you how distraught I was hearing about your son. It is so hard to lose the ones we love, but, to lose a child is the hardest of all. What a fine man he must of been to have served our country not just for one tour but, two. A true hero in every sense of the word. I am sorry I did not have the privilege of meeting him. May time ease your pain and that you surround yourself with love ones. Prayers and Love...

Brandon was a funny, kind, and friendly neighbor in our Hunter's Glen apartment. He always took the time to say hello to me and pet my dogs. Although I did not know him well, he has left an impression on me and I will miss seeing him. Please accept my condolences and know that I am praying for your family.

David and Wendy, we are so sorry to hear about your sons passing, and hope you find strength in his wonderful memories, and may God grant you strength to carry on. Love from your Canadian friends Ian and Tobe.

I did not know Brandon But I will keep him and his family in our prayer. From One Marine to another. Rest In Peace Devil Dog Job Well Done.

Please accept our condolences on the loss of Brandon from the entire staff at Hunter's Glen apartments. He will be sorely missed.

DAve and Wendy, we are so saddened by your loss. May Brandon Rest in Peace and may your souls be comforted by all the loving memories and the support of family and friends.

We are so sorry for your loss, we pray that God gives you the strength to get through this devastating loss. We will never forget Brandon, the silly boy he was, his bright smile, the freedom he fought for. May he rip.


Brandon's Obituary

Meyers, Cpl. Brandon David "Bubba" Cpl. Brandon David Meyers, USMC, Age 25, a true American hero, left our world too soon on June 28, 2013. He was born April 8, 1988 in Joliet, IL. Brandon is survived by his devoted parents, David and Wendy Meyers of Plainfield, IL; his loving sister,...

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