Rod-Brannon-Obituary

Rod Brannon

Magadore, Ohio

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Connie and family our deepest sympathies for your loss. He was so much fun. We enjoyed talking with him at the basketball games and his humor will be missed.
Jessica and Kristie McMillen

Dear, dear Rod,

I will always remember my first days at Forest City and how welcoming you were and ah yes Friday jeans day and you'd hand out a sticker bought and paid for! You sir were the gentleman's gentlemen always everyone before you. I shall never forget you and will always thank you for making me feel welcomed to the Forest City Family.

To the family I shall keep all of you in prayer that your memories of Rod offer you even the slightest of comfort to your...

Our thoughts are with the family and friends at this time.

Connie, I am so sorry to read of Rod's passing.

My sincere condolences for the departure of your beloved one. May his memories along with God"s loyal love sustain everyone in the family. Psalms chapter 119 verse 76.SINCERELY YOURS.

I am very sorry for your family's loss. I worked with Rod for a number of years at Forest City. My father and grandmother had dementia, too, so I know what your family experienced. Rest in eternal peace, Rod.

May the God of peace give comfort, support and bless the family during this difficult time of grief. Please accept my sincere condolences. Rom.15:33

I was so fortunate to spend time with Rod at the Library's Memory Cafe. He was warm, funny, and kind--and will be missed. Wishing the peace that warm memories bring to Connie, the rest of Rod's large family, and his many friends.

-Barb White

I am truly sorry , and give my sincere condolences. May our grand creator bring comfort to each family member and friends as the days pass. My prayers are with all of you . Isaiah 65:17-20

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Rod's Obituary

Rod BrannonRod Brannon, age 74, passed away October 29, 2017, after battling Dementia with Lewy Bodies.Born in Canton, Rod lived in Mogadore all of his life. He retired from Forest City Enterprises. Rod was a member of Oak Hill Presbyterian Church, was a Charter Member of Port Summit Rotary Club,...

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