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Brandon Alexander James May

Brandon went to be with our Lord and Savior Friday, June 17, 2016. He had been working in Roseburg, OR and the commute of 180 miles a day for two and a half months finally took its toll. On his way home from work, Brandon fell asleep and drove off the road near mile marker 63 on I-5.Born April 28, 1993 in Clovis, Calif. Brandon was a big boy coming into this world at 9 1bs. 2 oz. His family moved back to Central Point, Ore. when he was just 4 months old. The family home was purchased in 1994 and he spent the next 22 years growing up in that house.He was very athletic and took whatever current sport to the extreme, whether it was skate boarding, roller blading or BMX bikes he would build a ramp so he could "Jump it!" In school he tried several sports, but football was his passion. Flag, Pop-Warner, JV and High School Football, he had dreams of making it to the big league, but his passion faded his Junior year and after 8 years of football, he was done.He graduated from Crater High School in 2011 and set his sights on joining the Coast Guard, however his asthma disqualified him. On his 16th birthday, we gave him a Chevy Blazer and now, with no plans for a future his Truck became his world. He ate, drank, slept and talked trucks. Having a gas guzzler meant getting a job to pay for gas. Lots of gas. Especially since he just loved to get on a dirt road and drive and drive and drive!Brandon had 2 or 3 different jobs before his father (an Electrician) got him on at Pacific Electrical Contractors, as a shop boy. It was a proud day for him and his dad - working together. It wasn't long before he decided he wanted to move up from shop boy to Electrician. He applied and was accepted into the Limited Energy Apprenticeship Program and became a student at Southern Oregon Crater Lake J.A.T.C. Happiest day of his Life! (Mom and Dad were pretty happy too!)Brandon grew to 6' 4 and although nearly everyone had to look up to him he never looked down on anyone. He loved animals, hunting, fishing, and shooting guns. He was the All American Country Boy. Passionate about God, family, and country. His sister was his best friend. He was loving, kind, loyal, compassionate, and humble. He will be missed by many.Brandon leaves behind his parents, Mike and Denise May; his Sister, Krystle (husband, Devin, and children, Peighton and Kaycia Watson); grandparents, Vera Eadie and Jim and Geneva May; aunt, Patti May (Greg Lane); and Uncle-Dan Eadie.Brandon was buried during a ceremony with friends and family at Memory Gardens Memorial Park, Medford Ore. Brandon was carried in his Truck to his final resting place Saturday, June 25, 2016. It was his "Last Ride."

Brandon Alexander James May