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Brandon Hector Garcia Romero
November 22, 1998 ~ January 7, 2024 (age 25) 25 Years Old
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Our amazing Brandon Hector Garcia Romero has tragically left us on January 5th, 2024. “Bubba” was born on November 22, 1998. Son of Guillermo (Memo) Garcia and Rocio (Rosie) Romero. Brandon was a former “Islander” at DeLaSalle High School as well as a Watershedd High alumni where his creativity seemed to sprout. He enjoyed playing guitar and participated in a local rock band for a while. He easily made friends everywhere he went and like most young adults, he was quite active when it came to, first sports, then biking, skateboarding, and working out. And let’s not forget his love of video games. Soon after, Brandon explored various endeavors which eventually led him to his love for cooking. He loved spending time with his older brother Abel whether it was playing online or spending time together talking about EVERYTHING. He loved his younger sister Chelsy so much and was a protective big brother to her. His love for family was always priority and spent as much time as he could with both, but the bond he had with them both was always evident by the way in which they communicated lovingly yet always jokingly with each other. His biggest love of all was caring for his little ones and enjoying their curious nature. Even while they rested, he loved the feel of his children in his arms. Xavier, Charlotte, Isabella, and Liliana as well as Ellie and Aiva whom he saw as his own, are lucky to have had him as their poppa.