Brandon Marc Howe
San Tan Valley - Brandon Howe 37 was born on June 28, 1983 in Albuquerque, NM to his biological birth mother Bessie Becerra and passed on November 25, 2020 in San Tan Valley, AZ. Brandon was raised in Shiprock, NM and graduated from Shiprock High School in 2001. After high school, Brandon moved to Mesa, AZ and went to school at Pima Medical Institute and graduated with honors with a Pharmacy Technician degree in 2004. He worked with Walgreens and Food City Pharmacies and had ambitions to go back to school to become a pharmacist.
Brandon loved to play golf and was an avid L.A. Dodgers and Pittsburgh Steelers fan and attended games when the Dodgers played the Arizona Diamondbacks and traveled to Pittsburg to watch the Steelers play.
Brandon was preceded in death by his grandma Zonnie Bahe and cousin Angelita Muskett. He is survived by his mom and dad Marie and Wilford Howe, Sr; brothers Michael (Jennie) Howe, Wilford (Laniya) Howe Jr., Darin Benally, Anthony Becerra and David Becerra; sisters Lynette Howe, Marla (Matthew) Jim; nieces Myranda (Daniel) Bracken, Mia Howe (Goddaughter), Alyssa Howe, Jemma Muskett; nephews Marquis Howe, Eric Howe; aunt Helen Muskett; uncle Don (Flora) Yazzie; and cousins Allena (Jorge) Fernandez and Alex Muskett.
The family would like to acknowledge and say a big thank you to his good friend Randy Nez, best and childhood friends Chris Allen, Sawyer Peterman, Nick Roanhorse, and Nate John Benally. Thank you for being the greatest friends one could ask for and being there for us in our time of grief.
Brandon was in the care of At Season's End Mortuary in Apache Junction, AZ and was cremated. A memorial service to celebrate his life will be held on his birthday June 28, 2021 at Christian Bethel Reformed Church in Shiprock, NM at 10:00am. His ashes will be laid to rest at the Shiprock Cemetery following the services. The family asks that you either wear an L.A. Dodgers or Pittsburgh Steelers t-shirt or jersey to the memorial service.
Covid-19 CDC guidelines will be followed and a face mask is required at the services.
Published by Farmington Daily Times from Jun. 20 to Jun. 26, 2021.