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SAMUEL "BRANDT" YOUNG Mueller's Tri-Cities Funeral Home Samuel Brandt Young went peacefully to be with his Lord and Savior at age 44 on April 19, 2017. He was surrounded by his family and friends. He had won the hard fight against Hodgins-Lymphoma but complications from the treatment damaged his lungs. He was born May 3, 1972 in Oklahoma City to Steve and Anita Young. He came into this world with a fighting spirit just as he left it. He was the middle child with an older brother Eric and younger sister Amy. Growing up he lived in various states and moved to Kennewick in 1987. He graduated from Kennewick High School, Columbia Basin College and Washington State University Tri-Cities. Throughout his career, he worked in Information Technology and various companies. At his time of death, he was working for the API Solutions team with GE Healthcare. His tremendous work ethic and joyful spirit made both internal and client projects a success. He married his high school sweetheart and love of his life, Christine, on March 18, 1995 and was married for 22 years. The joy of his life was his family. He was a very dedicated husband and father and was so proud of his three boys, Carson, Casey, and Cameron. He spent most of his time with his family. He was extremely involved with all of his boys sporting events. He coached soccer, basketball, and baseball but was totally dedicated to Tri-City Amateur Hockey. He learned to skate when Carson started playing and coached for over 10 years. He also served several years on the hockey board. He has made a profound impact with many kids. He had great passion for whatever he was involved in. He enjoyed golfing and running in his spare time. Prior to kid's crazy sports schedules he was actively involved at Columbia Community Church. He taught Sunday school, worked with youth, small groups, and performed in various skits and plays. His love for Oklahoma Sooners started young and continued through his life. Every football season his backyard was painted with an Oklahoma football field. He is best known for his great sense of humor and always being a kid at heart. He always had a way to lighten the mood and make people laugh. Brandt is survived by his wife, Christine, sons, Carson, Casey, and Cameron. Parents, Steve and Anita Young, brother Eric (Charlena), sister Amy (Ed), numerous nieces, nephews and the extended family he married into. Preceded in death by all four grandparents, his uncle Carl, and cousin Carl Lynn, all from Oklahoma. Heartfelt thanks to the countless friends who were with him throughout his life and stood right by his side through his last battle. Special thanks for the wonderful ICU nurses and doctors at Kadlec Medical Center and Tri-City Cancer Center. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Tri-City Cancer Center. Viewing will be Thursday, April 27 from 5-8 pm at Mueller's Tri-Cities Funeral Home on Union St, Kennewick. Celebration of life will be Friday, April 28 at 3:00pm at Columbia Community Church, 150 Gage Blvd, Richland. The family invites you to sign their online tribute wall at www.muellersfuneral
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1401 S. Union St.
Kennewick, WA 99338
(509) 783-9532
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Published in Tri-City Herald on Apr. 25, 2017