Brandon Fletcher-Just has passed away March 1st 2019. This page is in an effort to help the grieving family pay for the cost of funeral arrangements, including a proper burial and headstone. Brandon was an amazing person, son, grandson and friend. Please keep the Fletcher-Just family in your prayers through this tragic time. Anything you can do to help them offset the cost during this hardship is greatly appreciated. Should this fund surpass the costs necessary for Brandon's funeral services, the funds will go to help support the grieving parents with general living expenses and debt.
A bit about Brandon Bradon was an amazing friend, he was loved by everyone, he was always bubbly and never had anything bad to say about anyone. He was so giving of himself right until the end of his life. You could never be sad around him as he would always uplift you with just his presence, even in the saddest times he would make you laugh. But sadly for Brandon, he had managed to get extremely sick and his lungs started to fail him.
The first time a transplant was mentioned to Brandon was on his 16th birthday. His health issues had started a few weeks earlier when after being sent home with the flu, he began coughing up blood and having trouble walking. By the time he got to the hospital, one of his lungs had overfilled and the other lung had collapsed. Luckily Brandon received at the time was a life saving double lung transplant.
I've always kept in contact with Brandon whether that was in person or through text as he was in and out of the hospital, he had always reassured me he was doing great with his recovery, it wasn't until Thursday 21st of February I noticed something was wrong as he had not replied to me for a few days, I knew he wasn't doing too well anymore but I never knew how bad. Anna, Brandon's mum had sent me a text that weekend to inform me he wasn't well and he was in a medically induced coma and only a few days later she had sent me another message, a message to tell his friends that he won't be making it.
As an organ recipient himself his greatest wish was to be a donor himself, sadly his final wish was unable to be granted.
Brandon will always be missed and forever in our hearts.
Some messages from close friends: "An amazing mate that brought many laughs and many memories" - Alex "Never failed to put a smile on anyone's face" - Callum "A mate that gave me 12 long years of memories that I will cherish for the rest of my life" - Allouis "Bubbly, happy dude that was always happy to see everyone and made you feel welcomed" - Michael "Down to earth and a caring mate. Would drop everything to be there for his mates" - Henry