Brandon Alexander White

Brandon Alexander White

May 04, 1985 - January 01, 2007

Brandon Alexander White

May 04, 1985 - January 01, 2007


White, Brandon 21

He was born May 4, 1985, and Brandon’s great heart stopped in the early morning of New Year’s Day, he was killed coming to the aid of a friend. Brandon had such a life of promise and purpose. He touched so many lives with his smile and steady presence.

Brandon is survived by his loving father Riley, loving mother, Erin, beloved brother, Sean 24, beloved sister, Colleen 16, and loving grandmothers, Leona Torrence and Dorothy White. He was dearly loved by both, his family and many friends and will be deeply missed by all.

Please come to honor the life of our son. The family wishes to invite all to a public Visitation will be held on Thursday, Jan 4, 2007 from 7:00-9:00 p.m. at O’Connor Mortuary in Laguna Hills, California.

Funeral service will be held on Friday, Jan 5, 2007 ~ 11:00 a.m. at Community Lutheran Church in Rancho Santa Margarita, California.

An Interment will follow at El Toro Memorial Park in Lake Forest, California.

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11 responses to Brandon Alexander White

  1. Brandon,

    You were a wonderful friend to all who knew you, and your spirit and your heart will live on forver through your family and many many friends. You will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with your family. Now you will be always with them as their angel.

  2. Hank Samano says:

    Whitey, I\’m always going to remember you quick smile and friendly way. I will always have you in my heart.

  3. Terri Young says:

    There is no way to comprehend the sorrow and loss you feel. Brandon was a very special young man. It’s amazing and humbling to realize how many lives he touched in such positive ways. He will be greatly missed by both family and friends. I pray that peace and comfort will come to you Erin, Riley, Sean and Colleen and that, in time, you will be able to rejoice in the good and loving memories.

  4. Brandon,
    Old Times…. a fond memory
    You were always such a sweet angel and a joy to be around. Although you never handled hot chocolate very well it hyped you up a little too much – you never were hard to take care of. I really enjoyed being your neighbor for 19 years and how you used to come over and visit me. I still tell the story in fact. I told my mom a couple months ago about how cute you always were about what you used to say to me when I was over at the house watching you-‘hold you, hold you…’ I said “what?” a couple times, and then I said, ‘Oh, you want me to pick you up?’ You stood there looking up shaking your head yes, with your big brown eyes. I can still see you standing there at the entry of the hallway just as you were long ago. The time goes so fast and we get so caught up in the race of life and then we look around one day and say,” where has the time gone, what have we done, who have we touched and loved the most in our lives?’ Your friends and family, both will miss you and who you were to become in the many years that were to be ahead for you Brandon. May God now hold and keep you for Eternity. You’ll always be the light in your parents’ eyes. You are one special person Brandon and we need more peoples like you in this world ~ PEACE.
    Erin, Riley, Sean and Colleen-My Deepest Sympathy with love, Chasta

  5. Jeanne says:

    To Brandon’s family,

    I did not know your son, and I hope you do not mind me signing his guestbook…but you see my son Travis James White is next to your son on the guestbook list…my son died in April, 2006….I was stricken by how they seemed to look alike…and their last names being the same….and their birth month both being May….I just felt compelled to write to you and express my deepest and most sincere condolences for the loss you have suffered. I know what you are going through and I know the pain so well…I pray you will find peace. God Bless all that knew him.

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