Stringer, Brandon Allan


Brandon Allan Stringer, 34, of Irving, Texas (Dallas Ft. Worth Metroplex) joined his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on the evening of August 20th, 2020, in a tragic motorcycle accident. He left behind three young daughters who are 11, 9, and 6 years old. We find comfort knowing he is in Heaven with his beloved Grandmother, Carolyn Stringer, who departed in November of 2019. 

He was born on April 3, 1986 in Lubbock, Texas and is survived by his loving grandfather Bob Stringer (retired Master Sergeant USAF / 32nd Degree Mason) (Irving, TX), loving Mother Laura Jean Stringer (Irving, TX), Aunt Linda Dee Stringer (a.k.a. Nenebird) (Irving, TX), strong/kind-hearted brother Zachary Ryan Stringer (Irving, TX), two beautiful sisters Jessica and Lisa Dutchover (Hobbs, NM), and his smart/beautiful/sweet daughters: Reagan Ann Cirio Stringer, Brielle Renee Cirio Stringer, and Callista Rae Stringer.

Brandon loved his family and friends very much, as they loved him. Brandon was a deep thinker, pondering all of life’s wonders and mysteries. He often held long heartfelt and passionate conversations about life, love, religion, and politics. He loved traveling, adventure, and working with his hands (woodworking, drawing, painting, digital artwork, and welding —- there was nothing he could not do when he put his mind to it).

His latest adventure, with his friend Spencer, was working on precision sheet metal fabrication. Brandon was well-liked, known for his strong work ethic and attention to detail while working at Unique Stainless Designs. He also loved to read the bible and various types of literature, always wanting to learn and grow. He also liked writing poems, motivational ideas, and putting his goals to paper. He was a resilient person, overcoming life’s obstacles with a strong, positive attitude and greater wisdom. When he passed, he was enjoying his passion for motorcycle riding. He loved his kids, grandparents, fast cars, and motorbikes. He loved trips to Denver, Colorado, driving and hiking through the mountains —- feeling closer to God and heaven he would say. He will be sorely missed on Earth but welcomed by his heavenly family with open arms.

He was like all of us, work-in-progress seeking self-improvement, and was at the happiest place in his life. God had other plans for Brandon when he was called home. His children are his legacy, the memory of him will be colorful, and his untimely passing will inspire those who loved him to live life to the fullest and cherish precious moments.

Now Brandon is on his way and taking the “long ride” to heaven. For those who are grieving remember, “Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted” (Matthew 5:4). The Lord will wrap His arms of love and comfort around those who trust in Him.”

A visitation will be held on Thursday, August 27, 2020 from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm in the Brooks Family Chapel of the North Dallas Funeral Home, 2710 Valley View Lane, Farmers Branch, Texas 75234.   The funeral service will begin at 7:00 pm.

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9 replies on “Stringer, Brandon Allan”

Laura Dennis says:

I am so sorry for your loss. What a beautiful tribute to your son!

Ella Cornell says:

My Prayer may God give you all strength. 💞

Leslie Silkwood (Foldy) says:

Laura, I am just heartbroken for you on the loss of your precious son. What a wonderful tribute to an obviously incredible young man. May you rest in what and who he was and that you’ll see him again on the other side of heaven. Prayers for strength and comfort for you and your family. 🙏🏻

Doris Sheehan says:

Laura, there are no words to comfort you and your family during this tragic loss of your of your precious son. I mourn with you and keep your heart close to mine. I feel your pain and heartbreak but I know your strength will come from your faith.Please know that I am here for you in everyway. Prayers, Blessings and Love will lift you,with all my Love Doris

Chuck says:

My condolences to the family, my prayers are to God for strength and encouragement fortou all. Brandon was like a brother from another mother. He will, is being missed.

Vickie Comer says:

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this very difficult time. What a beautiful tribute to your son! With Love, Vickie

Deno Stubblefield says:

Mu prayers are with and the entire family during this difficult time, sending thoughts of strength and understand. Keep looking up and know God is with. 🙏💛


I was so very saddened to hear about the loss of your son Brandon.
I too am so heartbroken for you and your family.
Please know that you are all in my prayers during this tremendously difficult time.

Kat Angelini says:

This beautiful soul loved fully, thought deeply, and would give you the shirt off his back if only you asked. You will surely be missed Brandon. The void you have left in my heart will always be full of the amazing memories we made together. Those memories I will cherish until we find one another, once again. When we do, I’m sure it will be marked with our consistent background song of trains gone by. Frump…Frump…Rest in peace my sweet sweet Brandon. I love you my friend, For ever & For always

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