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Brandon Danielson Memorial
Brandon Danielson Memorial

Brandon Danielson

Brandon Danielson

Monday, September 9th, 2019

Brandon Arik Hendrix Danielson, 27, of Sedro-Woolley, passed away on Tuesday, September 3, 2019.  Brandon was born in Norfolk, Virginia on April 3, 1992 to Don Danielson and Erika Hendrix Danielson.  He was married to Elizabeth Lubanski on November 16, 2016.

Brandon graduated from State Street High school.  His hobbies included tattooing, graphic design, bonfires at Chuckanut, exploring the PNW, swimming, and anything involving art including painting, drawing, and wood burning.  He loved studying Greek and Norwegian culture and always dreamed of going to Norway.  He loved to make people laugh by wearing his banana suit everywhere.  Brandon lived for love.  He would befriend anybody regardless of who they were, their past, or what they believed.

Brandon is survived by his wife, Elizabeth Danielson of Sedro-Woolley; parents, Don Danielson and Erika Hendrix Danielson of Sedro-Woolley; brother, Noah Danielson of Sedro-Woolley; Uncle Rob Danielson of Cleveland, TN; mother in law, Debbie Jensen of Sedro-Woolley; father in law, Joe Lubanski of Sedro-Woolley; aunt and uncle, Paula and Blair Mitchell of Marshfield, MO and his closest friend and honorary brother, Anthony Alaman of Sedro-Woolley.

He was preceded in death by his maternal grandfather, Dallas Hendrix; maternal great grandmother, Helen York; paternal grandparents, Robert George and Carolyn Danielson.

Memorial Services will be held at 2:00pm on Sunday, September 15, 2019 at Lemley Chapel in Sedro-Woolley followed by a reception at Inspire Church in Sedro-Woolley. Share your memories of Brandon by bringing a photo to give at the memorial and signing the online guest register at www.lemleychapel.com.

Guestbook

  • A

    Sorry for your loss to Brandon’s family

    Fly high cub from 2008 student

    Found his story on fallen cubs Facebook page 🌻

  • Barry Smith

    I knew Brandon for many years when I lived in Western Washington for 10+ years. A great boy growing up and man later in life with great strength of character and compassion for people. It was a privilege to know him for as long as I did, and become good friends with the entire Danielson family.

  • Doug Hardin

    I’m very sorry for your loss. I never had a chance to meet Brandon in person, but I had the pleasure of working with him on various projects remotely. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

  • Jacob "Fenix" Dodds

    To his family/friends I am sorry for their loss. I did not get a chance to know him as well as others but I am grateful for the help he offered and the way he always welcomed newcomers. Please be sure his actions/words will be longed remembered by all he touched.

  • Lesley DeRoche

    Elizabeth and family, I had the pleasure of working with Brandon over the years at Regence in Burlington. I know his involvement in activities and contributions to work efforts will greatly be missed. Brandon was a unique individual who gave so much of himself. May you all find some peace in knowing how may people he touched in such a short time on earth.

  • Sandra Sadler

    Elizabeth and family, Brandon was a bright light that reflected upon each of us each and every day at work. He loved to share his ideas on how we can better improve our processes and sought out feedback so he could self reflect and continue to grow his career here are Regence. It was an honor to work alongside with him. He will be truly missed. My prayers and condolences for all of you. Always, Sandra Sadler

  • Rick Sanchez

    It was a pleasure working with you Brandon, you will be missed my friend.

  • Stephanie Cates

    Elizabeth, I am so very sorry for your loss! My thoughts and prayers are with you!

  • Kyle & Kelli Ackermann

    Elizabeth, you are so loved. We are holding you in our thoughts. You know we are here if you need anything. Praying for peace to overwhelm you in the coming days.

  • Nanette Kill

    So sorry for your loss. I never got to meet him face to face since I work from home but I feel like I got to know him a little bit through his art work he posted in our Newsletter. I was impressed by it all. I even remember seeing a picture of him in the banana suit you refer to above that he wore everywhere to make people laugh. It did make me laugh when I saw the picture. I think he might have posted some of the funny jokes in the newsletter too. Anyway I feel like through the Newsletter I did get to know him and I am sure he will be dearly missed by all who came in contact with him. May he rest in peace!

  • Paula

    I am SO sorry for your loss. Although I never met him, I truly felt I knew him with sharing all his wonderful art, comics, adventures, work emails. I feel fortunate working with him! He was a wonderful man and will be in your Heart forever. Again I am sorry!! Prayers of strength your way. xo

  • susan layman

    So sorry for your loss, I never got to meet him in person however, but he will be missed here at work.

  • Amber Mann

    Erika,
    So sorry for your loss and pain in this time. My prayers are with you. He left an impact on those he worked with and will be greatly missed. There are times when words fall short and the loss of a spouse can be one of those times. Though I don’t know you I’d like to be here for you if you need anything. I was widowed young as well and have experienced the grief not many do. You can reach me at rootednlove@hotmail.com 425-530-3570, blessings to you and your family in this difficult season.

  • JANET B

    Elizabeth, I wish there was a way to comfort you, but I really don’t know what would do that. While your time together wasn’t really long enough, take great satisfaction in the time you spent together and remember all the good things. Know that the family at Regence were proud to have Brandon on our team.

  • Cathy Lyon

    Elizabeth may you know that Brandon touched everyone’s lives. I never had the pleasure to meet him in person but as a remote worker I did get emails and what not and he always left me with a smile with his bright comments. God bless you

  • Trever Dean Guffey

    I am incredibly sorry for your loss. I’m so sorry I never got to meet such a fun and creative young man. My love Trever Guffey

  • Emily

    I’m so sorry I couldn’t be there to support you and your family. I am a text away. Xoxo

  • Chuck Grable

    I watched Brandon grow up, and he always showed me respect and was gracious in every regard. The prodigy of loving parents, a gentle soul, and shall be remembered by all that knew him.

  • Anthony Alaman

    Love you all, thank you everyone for the love and support during this time.

  • Valdemar and Zina Cononetz

    Hi! Elizabeth we are so sorry for your loss just remember that we are here for you your uncle and aunt V. and Z.