Brandon Clifford Slaughter

Mar 27, 1979 - Feb 25, 2019

Obituary

SLAUGHTER, Brandon Clifford
March 27, 1979 – February 25, 2019

Brandon had the most magnetic personality that one could have; everywhere he went he made a new friend. Even on Facebook Brandon was maxed out on friends. (4,600) The main reason Brandon was so well known was because of his big heart; you could have came to him for anything and he would have loved to help you, even on bad terms or not. It was his sarcastic funny remarks that always cheered people up. He will mostly be remembered for his contagious laugh that will be unforgettable to anyone that knew him.

Brandon was born and raised in Sacramento, California but for the last eight years of his life he lived in Denver, Colorado. Brandon had many hobbies that were also natural talents to him which included working on cars, music, snowboarding, tattooing/drawing, and much more. Brandon had his own business in home remodeling and custom tile work, he really enjoyed doing modeling on the side.

Taken too soon by death at the age of 39; Brandon leaves behind such a major loving family that will forever keep every memory with him at heart. He leaves his mother and stepfather Roberta and Stephen White; his step-siblings Carly and Randy White. His wife Elizabeth Sanchez Slaughter and his children Brandon Slaughter, (21) Colleen Slaughter, (17) and Issabella Sanchez (10). Brandon’s brother-in-law Joey Sanchez and DJ Noel. Along with all his nieces and nephews who he loved as his own Alizzandra Slaughter, Sterling Slaughter, Sarah Sanchez, Victoria Sanchez, Gabriel Conn, Joshua Sanchez, Nickolas Sanchez and his great nieces and nephews Madiela, Alec, Viviana, Shane, Jayden, Ophelia, Dominic, Zaiden, Isaiah, Elijah, and Amara. As well as his friend Davilea Andrews.

He was preceded in death by his father Clifford Dee Slaughter, his grandparents Robert and Eva Price; Robert and Doras Slaughter, and along with his brother Shawn Robert Slaughter.

Brandon’s celebration of life will be held at 8939 E. Stockon Blvd. Elk Grove CA. Creekside church on Saturday, March 16th at 2 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend. Refreshments will be available.

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