Brandon Lloyd Stephens

Thomasville, North Carolina

Nov 14, 1984 – Jan 3, 2020 (Age 35)


November 14, 1984
January 3, 2020
Thomasville, North Carolina


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Brandon Lloyd Stephens passed away unexpectedly on Friday, Jan. 3, at the age of 35. Brandon was born in Thomasville, N.C., on Nov. 14, 1984, to Timmy Nash Stephens and Judith Lelane Lloyd Stephens. He was a loving father, son, brother, and uncle. He recently returned to Thomasville after living...

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Brandon and I grew up in the same neighborhood. There was a great group of kids that lived there. We all played basketball, rode bikes, played in the creek, and hung out in the woods. Brandon was a friend to all. Timmy and Judy, I am so sorry to hear this. I will be praying for you all.

Everest and Waverly,

Your Dad, Brandon was such a cool man. I had the honor of meeting your Dad and your Mom at church in Shallotte. I remember when your Dad and Mom and I prayed and ask the Lord about your Mom having their first baby. Your Dad had gone by your crib Everest before you were ever in your Mom's womb and he told me the miracle of you that he had asked Our Daddy God on that day. I watched your Daddy's excitement as God answered his prayer and your Mom's for your birth....

Brandon has always been an all-round nice guy. He loved being a dad to Everest and Waverly and he was great at it. I pray for he's sweet babies and the rest of the family. I know he will be deeply missed.

I only met you just the once. Even if that was the case you were not a stranger. You held a pleasant conversation with my wife and I as if we had known each other for ages. All it took was that one time being in your presence and it left an impression on me. Often times since that day had passed I had thought and reflected on the first impression that you gave me.
Funny, charismatic, and a father who loved his children very much are the thoughts I have often had of you...

Dearest Mary, Everest, Waverly and Family, I am so very sorry for the loss of Brandon. I primarily knew him when I would see you all at the pool and on walks here in Calabash Lakes. I enjoyed watching your Dad play with you in the pool and pull you along on those walks. It was easy to see how much you were both loved by your sweet Mom and Dad.
Always know your Daddy loved you both very much and it was his smile that told the world just that.
God Bless you all ✝✝

Our deepest sympathies are with the family of Brandon. We will continue to see his eternal light shine on Earth through the beautiful faces of Everest and Waverly. May they always have a special guardian angel looking after them and know that they are loved beyond measure. Praying for peace and healing for all family members. Brandon certainly had a contagious smile. Although I was only able to spend a small amount of time around Brandon, when I was able to, happiness seemed to beam through...

Our most sincere sympathy and our prayers for the families who have lost such an important member. We will be thinking of you all in the days to come.

The memory I have of Brandon is a very moving testimonial he gave at church, I believe before his first child was born or shortly after. He stood up and told how he so earnestly prayed for a child, and how God assured him there would be one. I didn't know him, but it touched my heart and it's how I will remember him. His children were certainly very loved. I am so very sorry for your family's loss.