Brandon Lee Hunt was born Wednesday, December 13, 1972 in Cushing, Oklahoma the son of Charles Henry Hunt and Abby Lou (Leeds) Shaw. He passed from this life on Thursday, April 25, 2019 in Tulsa at the age of 46 years, 4 months and 12 days.
Brandon attended Broken Arrow Schools as a child and currently worked as a finance director. He was presently living in Bixby after having moved there from Tulsa where he had lived his whole life. Brandon’s main goal in life was making money. He loved going to the casino, watching movies, spending time with his grandchildren and going to the lake. He was a member of Victory Christian Center.
His survivors include his wife of 21 years, Debbiy Shaw of Bixby; daughters, Farrah Jenkins of Katy, Texas and Asheley Walters and Amber Shaw both of Tulsa; son, Grant Evan Hunt Shaw of Bixby; step father, Danny Shaw of Claremore; father and mother in laws, John and Patt Garner of Katy, Texas; sisters, Brenna Shaw of Broken Arrow and Kasey Hunt of Tulsa; brothers, Kholter Hunt of Tulsa and John Shaw of Claremore; brother in law, Bobby Alford and wife, Jonie of Katy, Texas; and grandchildren, Audrina Kiefer, Mikayla Cruz, Vincent Bradley and Clayton Walters. He was preceded in death by both parents.
A celebration of Brandon’s life is scheduled for 2pm Saturday, May 4, 2019 at Victory Christian Center, 7700 S. Lewis Ave. in Tulsa. Arrangements are under the direction of Heath-Griffith Funeral Home and an online guestbook is available by visiting www.heathgriffithfuneralhome.com.
Brandon, I loved you when we were 8 years old and I loved you the day you passed on to eternity. You were my partner and best friend. You taught me so very much, I'll forever be grateful to you for sharing your knowledge but also your heart. You set a great example, I just hope I can make you proud. You're where we said we would love to be..., with the moms! You are free from pain and worry now! I'll never b the same without you but I'm so grateful for what I learned with you. Goodbye, partner
Krisha BoardmanBtoken Artow, OK
I haven't always approved of your way of life but I must say you were damn good at what you done I got love for ya man rip
TootPort aransas, TX
Brad MazzantiTulsa, OK
He always had a smile when i saw him
Leann HeitmanTulsa, OK
Brandon always welcomed me and accepted me as I am. I will miss his laugh and his sense of humor. He would do anything to help a friend and he was taken way too soon.
Connie FirthOklahoma City, OK
So sorry Brenna. Keeping you in our prayers.
Chris McDarisMountain Home, AR
We will always have you in our thoughts
Mandi Stacy Cox & Michael StacyFt. Gibson, OK
You will be missed and we love u man RIP Branndon prayers and love
Stephanie almyTulsa, OK
Brandon was a one of a kind man. I am grateful for all the days I learned to love him more and more. His entire family are in my prayers at this difficult time. Brandon was taken too early in life and he will be so very missed..
Lisa PrinceChecotah, OK
I met you when i was a young teen,
Your daughter Farrah and I were best friends more like sisters. You looked at me as if I were your own.
You were a wonderful man and father.
You helped me get back home when my life seamed to be in total chaos , which for a time it was.
Distance of years never seamed to have had place in our relationships.
I'm so thankful God allowed me in your family and I'm so thankful to have Farrah still close as sister. C U SOON. ❤ always
Casandra CherryCushing, OK
You will be missed. Love u.
Michelle willamsBristow, OK
Thank you for your genius, inspiration and humor. You always thought of every day to be a fresh start. You lived the way you wanted to and never let the hard times kill your dreams. You were always giving to others even when you needed it. Thank you for never judging and showing us that with a little compassion you can always see the best in everyone. You always said,” Be patient, consistent, productive and you will see the bigger picture.” The shoes you walked in were worn to shreds because you were always on the go, chasing the future, hungry for your dreams and driven by success. We didn’t understand you sometimes but we always admired your passion. There were times when I was young I would see you in your office. I used to watch in amazement of who you were. I hope I can have half the talent as you to keep going in life, the faith that everything in life is part of a bigger plan and the timing isn’t ours; it’s God. We didn’t always see eye to eye but knew we loved each other. Thank you for choosing to be my step father and considering me yours. I love you and I’m so proud of you being in my life. I’ll see you in heaven.
Prayers for his lovely wife and children, my heart is truly sadden for you guys........."
Timmy kelleyCoweta, OK
I am so sad to hear this news I remember our crazy and exiting times.. You will be missed. You are one of a kind.
VICKI PETHERICKTULSAI, OK
Such a tragic loss. Brandon was loved by many. My prayers go out to Deb and his family. I know they are having a hard time with this. I pray comfort and peace over them
Crystal LandryEl Reno, OK
I still can't believe it and we can go today and 8:25 our son and I were with you when you took your last breath or Hearts will be forever broken and we will miss you so much it was an honor and privilege to be your wife for 21 years and I pray that you're at peace now I love you so much honey you are my knight and Shining Armor and my heart is broken because you are not here with me I love you so much loving wife... princess
Debbiy ShawTulsa, OK