Brandon Ficke Savoie Obituary

Description: Brandon Ficke Savoie Obituary... Our Heartfelt Condolences To His Loved Ones...

Published: 03/22/2023
Byline: SECO News

Brandon Ficke Savoie

November 14th, 1988 – March 17th, 2023
Brandon Emmett Ficke-Savoie was born on November 14, 1988, to Steven and Bernadette Savoie in Walnut Creek, California. Brandon also known as B-man was a man with a heart of gold. He was a fighter since the day he was born. Brandon never let life beat him though. Brandon had heart surgery starting at 6 months old, then he was diagnosed with Leukemia in 2007. His Senior year of school he spent in the hospital. When he was in the hospital, he started having a different outlook on life. He graduated Cheraw High School in 2008 and went to school at Otero Junior College to become a mechanic and he loved it. He furthered his education to get his Associates of Applied Science at Pueblo Community College and became a machinist. He has since done odd jobs here and there for people and then started working for EVRAZ where he loved what he did. He was also a member of the Elks Club.

Brandon loved hanging out with his friends and family, hunting, fishing, working on the farm, working on his cars and boats, driving his Plymouth when he had the chance, target practice, and of course dancing. He had an enthusiastic and spunky personality everyone loved. He never kept the party dull, that is for sure. He loved working on cars and anything that would give him a challenge. When he couldn’t figure something out, he looked it up to see what would fix the problem. That people can say he got from his dad and Grandpa Bill. He never gave up on anything that came his way. He was a Jack of All Trades you can say. Whenever someone needed him, no matter who it was, he was there for them.

Brandon never knew a stranger. Every time you saw Brandon, he would have a smile on his face and greet you with open arms. Brandon would give anyone the shirt off his back and was the kindest person you would ever meet. Brandon always would light up any room he walked into and if someone was having a bad day, he would make them smile. Brandon spent a lot of time with his dad Steve helping him around the yard and with the business. Brandon also loved spending time with his sister Camea and nephews. Any time Camea or his nephews needed something as simple as getting a drone out of a tree, he was right there to help. He truly had a heart of gold.

Brandon will be missed by so many people. Until we meet again fly high.
Brandon is survived by his father Steven Savoie, his sister Camea Savoie, nephews Jeffrey, Derek, Anthony, and Gunner Baggs, grandmother Janet Savoie, numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins. He was preceded in death by his mother Bernadette Savoie, niece Tiffany Baggs, grandparents Susie and Emmett Linnebur, grandfather William (Bill) Savoie, aunt Camea Lee Savoie, and uncle Jeff Linnebur.
For services information:
Bellwood Ford Ustick Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

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