Brandon Joel Callahan, age 41, of Wilmington, a beloved son, father, brother and grandson, passed away on Monday, July 12, 2021, at his home.
He was born in Wilmington on March 3, 1980, the son of David Earl Callahan and Donna MaMahan Davis.
He leaves behind his mother, daughter Brinklee, brother Brice Baldree and paternal grandparents Jerry and Naomia McMahan.
Family and friends will gather for a Celebration of Life Service to be held at 4:00 PM on Saturday, July 31, 2021, at the Wilmington Funeral Chapel.
In lieu of flowers Donations made to the Coastal Horizons Addiction Center, 615 Shipyard Blvd., Wilmington, NC., in Memory of Brandon, would be greatly appreciated.
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Wilmington Funeral & Cremation, 1535 S.41st Street Wilmington, NC 28403. 910.791.9099.
To All of Those that touched Brandon’s Life and those of you his gentle words and spirit touched.
Thank you for being his friend and part of his life.
Brandon had a huge heart if you were in his world. He loved you. He held no grudge. His friends had become his family, that’s just how Brandon was.
He left loving his family, loving his beautiful daughter my precious granddaughter, Brinklee Kade Rhew. Brinklee’s mother Kassie was his one and only real true love. He would want you to know that Kassie. He missed you.
Brandon struggled every day of his life since someone introduced him to the drug world, he said at 15 years old. At 21, when I found out I got him into rehab.
What a joke right? From that point on his life started rotating between drugs, jail or prison. He sought help for 22 years it was a disease and is a disease. He told me he didn’t understand why he couldn’t stop using and finally just accepted that this was just who he was that was a lie that the devil told him. He has been clean for 30 days to the date at least with heroin. He had changed, his heart was light again.
He left me, his mother, I adored him. I felt helpless most of this part of his life. He left his brother, Brice, he loved the ground he walked on. He left his grandparents who cherished him, they were his rock. We lost a very special human being that knew about life after death. He wanted to make sure Jesus knew that so he was baptized twice.
When you need someone in your darkest moments call out his name because I’m sure Brandon’s spirit will be with you.
He would tell you life is too short so find love and happiness. My son will forever be missed by so many.
But know he’s right around the corner he hasn’t gone far.
Brandon crossed over to be whole again he’s fine now I love you son you saved me.
P.S. There was you too Tasha, he loved you so much, you were his soul friend. You made him smile.
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