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BRANDON VONSHAY WESLEY
November 9, 1990 ~ December 14, 2023 (age 33) 33 Years Old
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Memorial Service for Brandon Vanshay Wesley will be held on Saturday, February 10, 2024 at 1:00 pm Greater Providence Baptist Church in Marlin, Texas.
Brandon was born in Waco, Texas on November 9, 1990 to Jacqueline Denise Wesley, the only child of Barbara Jean Coronado Simpson. He was the firstborn of two bouncing baby boys. Brandon was fondly called “Big Man” after being given that nickname by his beloved great grandmother, Furlisha Lee Coronado.
Brandon accepted Christ at a young age, was baptized, and was a faithful member of Greater Providence Baptist Church in Marlin, Texas where he served as a youth usher and in the youth choir. Brandon attended Marlin High School and was in the MHS Marching Band. After graduating from Marlin High School he went on to further his education at McLennan Community College (MCC) where he graduated with a degree in Graphic Arts and Photography.
Although Brandon was large in statue, he was as humble as a lamb—a true gentle giant that loved his family and friends unconditionally. He was known for giving “the best hugs”, always smelling good and dressing sharp—just like is great grandmother (Furlisha) and his grandmother (Bobbie Jean) taught him.
The afternoon of December 14, 2023, in Moreno Valley California, God called Brandon home. Preceding him in death is his mother (Jacqueline Denise Wesley), his grandmother (Barbara Jean Coronado Simpson), his grandfather (Raymond Wesley), his great grandmothers (Della Mae Wesley and Furlisha Lee Coronado). He leaves to cherish his memory one sibling—Keon LaShawn Wesley of Dallas, TX. He also leaves one great uncle, Leon (Velma) Coronado of Red Oak, TX; two great aunts, Debra Coronado and Mary (James) Ford of Arlington, TX, and a host of cousins, other relatives and friends.