Brandon Baxter Obituary, Death -Both Baxter and Brandon Brandon Scott Baxter’s passing occurred on January 12, 2021, despite the fact that he was born on September 5, 1990. Brandon Scott Baxter arrived in the world on September 5th. SUNY Canton was where Brandon earned his Associate of Applied Science degree in electrical engineering. After enjoying a great deal of success with Baxter Brothers Contracting, he moved on to pursue opportunities with Spencer HVAC. He had just completed the purchase of his first property and had high hopes for the years to come. Brandon was a reliable older brother, friend, sibling, and son who was also compassionate toward his family’s misfortunes.

He was kind and thoughtful, and his family and friends could always count on him to be the first to volunteer assistance. Brandon was a hard worker who was passionate about his work, ambitious, intelligent, kind, loving, proud yet humble, and humorous. His upbeat demeanor inspired others to adopt attitudes of their own accord. He and his dog, Indy, had a lot of fun going on adventures together, such as hiking, fishing, camping, and exploring waterfalls. He was talented and drawing was something he enjoyed doing.  On occasion, he tattooed his friends and acquaintances. Whether it was a joke, a hug, or just his time, he always knew exactly what a person required to feel better, whether it was a joke, a hug, or just his time. He was very clear on the goals he had set for himself. He made lifelong friends. Throughout his entire life, he placed a high priority on his family and endeavored to devote as much of his time as possible to spending time with them.

His wonderful presence, jokes, zest for life, hilarious laugh, lovely smile, and compassion for his neighbors will be things that everyone who knew him will remember most about him. His father Jeffrey, his best friends Josh and Kristen, his grandparents, uncles, aunts, cousins, and a large number of friends will all miss him terribly. His grandmother Theresa is one of the people who will miss him the most. We will think fondly of him for the rest of our lives and never forget him. On Monday, January 18, those who were close to the deceased and those who did not know them are welcome to pay their respects at the Eaton-Tubbs Fayetteville Chapel. The viewing will take place from 4 to 7 pm.