David R. Brandt

May 16, 1932 - November 1, 2014
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David R. Brandt, 82, went to his heavenly home on Saturday, November 1, 2014. He was born in Indianapolis, IN on May 16, 1932. He is survived by his loving wife of 58 years, Marilyn BrandtThree daughters Rhonda (Mark) Georgas, Deborah Brandt and Marilynda (David) EricksonOne son David Brandt (Janice Spasoff); Two grandsons Henry BrandtContinue Reading

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Robert Stier left a message on November 5, 2014:
Mrs. Brandt, Debbie and family, My daughter Kathleen and I were up at the funeral home Tuesday night at around 6:45. Hundreds of people standing in line to show their respects for your loss. is what we opened the doors too. What a tribute to the husband and father Mr. Brandt was, as proof of the outpouring show of people. Because of our own time constraints we could not stay to personally show our respects, that is why I'm signing your guest book. Mr. Brandt was a role model to my daughter and hundreds of other young people while students at Saint Paul and for that Kathleen and myself are grateful. They don't give us much space to express everything that needs to be said. He will be remembered by me as a man who could "play" the organ, like it should be played!! He will be remembered by us as a mentor to my kids and a friend to my wife and I. Again, my deepest sympathy for your loss of a husband, father and friend to all.
Courtney left a message on November 5, 2014:
Without a doubt, the hardest teacher I've ever had, yet my favorite. Because of Mr. Brandt, I sang in the church choir, grew in my faith, could discuss the stock market in 8th grade, knew every world leader, major current events and impressed not only my high school history and English teachers, but my college professors as well. The world needs more people like him. Truly a sad day for St. Paul's School and Church
Diane and Fred Lessing left a message on November 5, 2014:
Dear Marilyn and family,We want to send our deepest sympathy on Sonny's death. It is very sad to see him gone but he is in peace and happy now. He is now with Aunt Edna and Uncle Heine. We wish all of you peace and comfort. We wish we could be there with you and we are thinking about you. With our prayers and much love, Diane and Fred
Diane & Mike Larson left a message on November 4, 2014:
A candle was lit by Diane & Mike Larson on 2014/11/04
Peter Larson left a message on November 3, 2014:
A candle was lit by Peter Larson on 2014/11/03
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Maria (Egnatz) Alexander left a message on November 3, 2014:
Mr. Brandt was one of the best teachers I ever had (1992-1996). He taught me to pay attention to the goings on of the world/government and to push myself to work harder. He treated each student with kindness and respect, I know he made a difference for good, which is all anyone could ask for!
The Spiekhout Family left a message on November 3, 2014:
Deepest sympathy extended to the family and friends of Mr. Brandt. Amanda, Suzie & Emily loved him as a teacher and friend.
Kimberly Fentress left a message on November 3, 2014:
Mr. Brandt was my 8th grade teacher. He was such an amazing teacher he cared more about his students then most teachers ever would. My prayers are with his family may they find peace.
Elizabeth Schutte - Hecimovich left a message on November 3, 2014:
Mr. Brandt was my 8th grade teacher. He, by far, was my favorite. I'll never forget when he said (my nickname was Tish), "One day some guy will say Tish is a slick dish." It was hilarious coming from him! Unfortunately, I can't make his wake or funeral. I have class on Tuesday evenings and will be out of town on Wednesday, but he will be in my thoughts. His family will be in my prayers. I want you to know that he was a truly great teacher!
Patty De Boer left a message on November 2, 2014:
Our deepest sympathy to the entire family. He will be missed by us all. He let everyone see his great love of teaching and also his love for God. We were very blessed to have him teach all 4 of our children.
Kish Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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