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Very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. May he rest in peace. --Shoykhet Family


Posted by: Jeremy Shoykhet - New York, NY - friend   Feb 11, 2021

Peter, Holly and Rebecca

We are shocked and deeply saddened by the news of your beloved Brandon's passing. I am sure there are no words that will comfort you now however we hope that in time you will appreciate all of the wonderful memories you have of him. We will always fondly remember our time with Mid-Fairfield girls hockey. Brandon was a very big advocate for the team and his sister. Based on all of the tributes we have read about

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Posted by: Jeanine and Dave Reckdenwald - Watertown, CT   Feb 11, 2021

Dear Peter, Holly and Rebecca,

We are heartbroken over the news of Brandon’s sudden and tragic passing. Please accept our deepest condolences to you and your family.

Every time we saw Brandon in the neighborhood, he was always smiling, friendly and positive. His zest for life was infectious and I know that he brought so much joy to the family because of his extraordinary spirit and heart. May all the beautiful memories sustain and bring comfort to you

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Posted by: The Viscardi Family - Norwalk, CT - neighbor   Feb 11, 2021

I am so sorry for your loss. You are in my prayers.


Posted by: Catherine Feres (Manship) - Virginia Beach, VA - Family   Feb 11, 2021

Brandon was such a bright light at Salisbury! His charisma and good humor brought joy to countless friends. His passion for competition fueled others to aim high and achieve. His legacy at Salisbury will serve to inspire other boys who walk The Hilltop.

Our son, Rusty, was just four when Brandon graduated, but he knew to run into Brandon's embrace in the rink or the dining hall upon his sighting. I can only imagine the love that Brandon shared with his

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Posted by: chisholm chandler - salisbury, CT - Teacher   Feb 11, 2021

Dear Peter, Holly, and Rebecca,

We were deeply saddened to hear of Brandon's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. We hope you find peace in your shared memories of him. The ones we love are never gone, they live on in our hearts. We pray you find much comfort in your faith.

Our heartfelt condolences,
Tom and Nancy



Posted by: Tom and Nancy Sterling - Norwalk, CT - neighbor   Feb 11, 2021

Peter, Holly, and Rebecca,

Michelle and I were devastated and heartbroken after we learned of Brandon’s passing. We are so sorry for your loss.

We really enjoyed getting to know Brandon when he coached Thomas 2 seasons ago. Brandon played a huge role in making that season enjoyable for Thomas!

We noticed early on that Brandon truly cared about developing his players. Brandon had a palpable passion for the game and tried to instill what he learned

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Posted by: The Matzelle Family - Stamford, CT - friend   Feb 10, 2021

Dear Pete, Holly and Rebecca,

The news of Brandon's passing has left us shocked and saddened and we want you to know we are grieving his loss. Brandon was not only a wonderfully gifted hockey player but a genuinely kind young man who went out of his way after every game/practice to say hello and ask about our entire family (with sincere interest). We remember watching him grow up and all the fun we used to have on the road together.

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Posted by: Trish Paliotta - Westport, CT - Friend   Feb 10, 2021

Dear Peter, Holly, and Rebecca, We are so very sorry for the loss of Brandon, he was truly special. We had the honor of knowing Brandon from sixth grade on as you blessed us with him at Fairfield Country Day. Yes, Brandon was a great athlete; however, Brandon was a phenomenal young man. Working with Brandon in class, in the String Orchestra where he held his own on the violin among several talented violinists at that time, and when Brandon

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Posted by: James Balmer - Delray Beach, FL - teacher   Feb 10, 2021

Very sad day to lose a great young man like this. He was my captain on all the CY teams and proved to be be a great leader and one of my favorite kids. Always smiled when he saw Uncle Dicky.
My brother in law passed this week so it's been brutal thinking of both of you and not being able to help. You leave great memories and will never forget you in the way back of dads SUV and

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Posted by: Jerry Dwyer - Boston, MA - Family Friend   Feb 10, 2021