Brant Dearmond Death – Aramark Account Executive Brant Dearmond of Cypress, Texas has sadly passed away. He died on Sunday 30th July 2023 at the age 32 leaving his family and friends devastated. He was announced dead on by his family through a post that reads “My dear son Brant has joined his earthly father Duane and his Heavenly Father Jesus in Heaven. Brant you no longer have to fight anxiety, depression, heartache or addiction anymore”. He was born on September 23, 1990 .
Brant Dearmond Birth and Education
Brant came into the world on September 23, 1990, in the city of Baton Rouge, in the state of Louisiana. After graduating from Cypress Woods High School in 2009, he continued his education at Louisiana State University, where he got a degree in Business Administration and Management, General. He is currently employed as a business administrator. At Aramark, he worked in the Account Executive department. He was a devoted LSU supporter and a doting father to his son, Mason DeArmond.
Brant’s infectious grin and boundless energy boosted morale for many. Brant was the kind of person who took the time to invest in his relationships, and his charisma and kindness naturally attracted others around him. He had a lot of close friends and was the life of the party. His absence has been and will continue to have a profound impact.
Brant is survived by his mother, Tory DeArmond, her husband Eddie Pharr, his wife Corissa DeArmond, son Mason DeArmond, brother Blake (Casey) DeArmond, nephews Beau and Cooper DeArmond, Parents in law Dan (Peggy) Staack, Brother in Law Brandon (Sarah) Staack, Sister in Law Shawna (Keyton) Thomas, grandparents Albert J. (Gloria Jean) Brignac, Uncles Daryl (Gail) DeArmond, Todd (Carla) Brignac, Tadd (Lynn) Brignac, Tim Brignac, Aunt Toni (Jeff) Easterly, Cousin and Godmother Lisa (David) Mancuso, 16 cousins and many second cousins.
He is proceeded in death by his father Duane DeArmond, his grandparents Cecil and Betty DeArmond. There will be a Memorial Service at Klein Funeral Home – Champions at 10:00AM on Monday August 7th and the family requests that everyone wear purple, gold and/ or LSU gear in remembrance of Brant.
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