© The Bakersfield Californian
1 December 2004
2 December 2004
Brandon Wayne Creasey
Services: Fri., Dec. 3, 2 p.m.
A Boy so Full of Love
Brandon Wayne Creasey was a beautiful boy: so full of love. Not just love for people, but a love for life itself. Life for Brandon included nine years of family, friends, sports, school, and church.
Brandon loved family life. Not only his own family but he also enjoyed being with his friends families as well. There was not an unkind bone in his little body. He was always kind and loving to all people no matter who they were. For example, last year a new boy came to class at Subure who spoke only Spanish. Brandon asked his teacher if he could sit by this new boy to help him learn English and Brandon in turn could learn some Spanish. In addition, just because he was a new student, Brandon wanted to be his friend, because this boy had none.
Brandon also loved sports. He played AYSO Soccer for three years and most recently played football for the Stockdale Lightning youth. Brandon is also a Saint Louis Rams fan. His favorite player is Torry Holt.
Most important, Brandon loved Jesus Christ. Brandon was always asking his family to pray: before meals before bedtime, for troubles that the family may be going through, or for someone elses troubles. He regularly attended New Life Christian Center.
Brandon will never be forgotten. Our love for him will live on forever in our hearts and we know that he is watching us from Heaven to make sure we live our lives according to Gods will and not just our own. We know that he would be a sad little boy if the rest of his family and loved ones did not make it to Heaven to live with him in eternity.
Brandon, you will truly be missed! To this day, you are loved in death as you loved life. As your father, I have promised to live my life for the Lord because when my short time on earth is through, I look forward to holding you in my arms once again and loving you as my son.
Brandon is survived by his parents, Mark and Bonnie Creasey; sisters, Brittany Hicks and Courtany Creasey; brother, Matthew Creasey; grandparents, Joe and Judy Carbajal, Don and Vera Creasey; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
Services for Brandon will be held Friday at 2:00 p.m. at the New Life Christian Center, 4201 Stine Rd. with interment to follow at Greenlawn Cemetery Southwest. A visitation will be held Thursday from 5-8 p.m. at the Autumn Oaks Funeral Home, 4030 Wible Rd.
Donations can be made in lieu of flowers to the Creasey Fund at the Bank of the Sierra, 8500 Ming Ave., Bakersfield, CA 93311, (661) 663-3400. If you would like to pay tribute to Brandon you can visit MEM.com.
Brandon Wayne Creasey, Dec. 9, 1994 ~ Nov. 26, 2004
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