Blossom Brandt
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Blossom Bethel Norris Brandt Our dear Blossom passed away September 16, 2012.She was 89 years of age. She was born January 17, 1923.inSan Antonio, Texas and died here in her home under Hospice care.She married Eugene R. Brandt August 5, 1947 here in San Antonio.He preceded her in death May 18, 2010. Blossom and Gene wereRetired Traveling Ministers with Jehovah's Witnesses for 47 Years.Her parents were Helen and Judge Norris.A Memorial Service will be held Saturday September 22, 2012 at 7:00 PMat The Royal Ridge Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses at9750 Eaglecrest Blvd San Antonio, Texas.Randy and Mary Stout were their primary care givers. Blossom and Gene touched so many lives and will be missed untilthey are resurrected back to the Paradise earth Jehovah has promised.John 5:28 Revelation 21:4 and 5.
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Published by San Antonio Express-News on Sep. 20, 2012.
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I miss the brandts dearly. and who would of thought that 6 years later, blossom's story would be in an article of the WT study edition! we went over it today 5.13.18 ... she was truly an inspiration!
Christina Gonzalez
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May 13, 2018
I miss her so.
Mary Stout
October 20, 2012
They truly touched so many lives. I remember working with her in service and how very nervous I was but she noticed and put me at ease. I really had a great time working in service with her while they served with us at Heights congregation.
Antoinette Jimenez
September 30, 2012
One evening after sharing a meal, Blossom expressed her love of music. So, we put on some Kingdom Melodies. When we noticed Blossom swaying to the music and looking at Gene, I asked, "Do you two want to dance?"

Not wanting to embarrass them, Leah said, "There's not enough room to dance."

The never shy Gene said, "There's ALWAYS room to dance."

So I moved the coffee table and that's exactly what they did. It was one of the most romantic things I ever saw.

Their love for each other was surpassed only by their mutual love and devotion for Jehovah God and his son Jesus Christ.
Stephen & Leah Castro
September 26, 2012
Bro and Sis Brandt served the Heights congregation in Houston many years ago. Their love for Jehovah and each other was always evident by their actions. What a joy it will be to see them both full of physical vigor with perfect health in the new world we know is so very near.
Laura Hanson
September 25, 2012
It was so touching to have Bro. Chiaffreddo begin the memorial services for Sis. Brandt. We always want our dear love ones with us forever. Yet that cannot happen in this system but only in the new arrangement of Jehovah can that be possible. Eugene & Blossom will be missed by so many whom they came in contact with while in the circuit work. Robert & Rose De Haro
Robert & Rose De Haro
September 22, 2012
Our sincere condolences from your Brother and Sister in Bellevue, Ne. I didn't have the priviledge to meet Sister Brandt this side of Armegeddon but I know I will have the opportunity in the New System of thing so soon to come.
Rebekah P
September 21, 2012
a lovely couple who touched so many lives... they will be missed, but we know they are resting in Jehovah's memory and soon we will welcome back!
Julie
September 21, 2012
Met them only once but they were a lovely couple and everyone just loved them. We will see them in the Paradise.
September 20, 2012
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