Brandon William Baker
Brandon William Baker, suffered from a Brain Aneurysm on the 1st of January. The next day, the Physicians at St. Joseph discovered what they had expected all along. Brandon showed signs of no possible brain activity. At 11:15 a.m. on January the 2nd, Brandon died at the age of 39. He was born to Johnny and Glenda Baker of Bryan, Texas on July 12, 1978. Brandon was a son, husband, brother, uncle, nephew, grandchild, cousin, friend and most importantly a father. A father to four young boys, whom he loved wholeheartedly. Along with being “Mr. Fix It”, and a family rock, fatherhood was his favorite job. Brandon donated several organs, allowing him to further fulfill his passion for helping others. With the willingness to share anything in life he had, the legacy of Brandon will continue to live on. A legacy of a man who would do anything and everything to create happiness in a world that could be cold at times. The legacy of a man that will never be forgotten. However, never forgotten... He would like to let you know that his work here on this earth is done. He has received a call for an appointment for which he cannot miss.An appointment to be beside his Father, Johnny Baker, again. An appointment to continue to be the loving man he was, making jokes, reelin’ in big ones and drinking cold ones (Dr. Pepper that is). An appointment to be called home. He is proceeded in death by his Father, Johnny Baker and grandchild, Gavin Foulch. He is survived by his wife, Carlotta Williams of Franklin; His sons, Johnny Baker-Williams, Jimmy Baker-Williams, Brandon Baker-Williams, and Richard Foulch and wife, Melissa of Franklin; His eldest, Brandon McCallum; His daughters, Riki McCarver and husband, Karl of Franklin and Layla Padgett and husband, Jarrod of Franklin; His Mother, Glenda Hines of Bryan, Texas; His sisters, Cassandra Daw of Bryan, Texas and Mandy Baker of Franklin; His 6 grandchildren, Raleigh Linson/Padgett, Alexis Williams, Aiden Williams, Kyle McCarver, Mack Foulch, and Scott Padgett; Also by many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. Visitation as held Saturday, January 6 from 11: 00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. at Bremond Memorial Funeral Home. Graveside services were held Saturday January 6, 2018 at Little Mississippi Cemetery at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Stan Ortner officiating. Pallbearers are Dylan Jones, Wade Daw, Nathan Schutz, James “LJ” Swartz, Byron Awalt, and Tony Beslanowitch.