Obituary of Brandon David Renfrow Brandon David Renfrow, 40, went to be with the Lord on Monday, October 28, 2019. Service: 2pm Saturday, Church at the Cross, 3000 William D Tate, Grapevine, where the family will receive friends from 1pm – 2pm. Brandon was born to David and Betty Renfrow in Tampa, Florida on January 22, 1979 and grew up in Bonham, Texas. He graduated Salutatorian from Bonham HS in 1997, graduated from Texas A & M, College Station with a BS in Architecture, and received his Masters Degree in Architecture from UT Arlington. He worked for Prizm Architects in Irving, Texas. He was a loving and devoted husband, father, son, brother, and friend. Brandon loved the Lord with an unshakeable faith and was an active servant leader at the Church at the Cross serving as a Sunday school teacher, taking part in international mission work, and singing in the praise and worship team. Brandon was a tennis-playing, sports-watching, Disney/musical song singing, hopeless romantic who loved to travel, take pictures of God’s beautiful surroundings, and create masterful Halloween costumes and Christmas cards. Brandon will be eternally missed by all who had the pleasure to know him and have been touched by his unfailing love for God. Preceded in death by: paternal grandparents, Ralph and Mildred Renfrow; maternal grandfather, Milford York; and aunt, Jeannie York. Survived by: Wife, Mandy Renfrow; daughter, Ava Renfrow; son, Malachi Renfrow; maternal grandmother, Claudine York; parents, David and Betty Renfrow; sisters, Kristen Piwetz and husband, Ron, and Erin Strange and husband, Michael; In-laws, Cecil and Ellen Self; brother-in-law, Nathan Self and wife, Julie; aunts and uncles, Julie Zettler and husband Larry, Larry York, and Robert Renfrow and wife, Becky; and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. To send flowers to the family of Brandon Renfrow, please visit Tribute Store
Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Brandon David Renfrow 1979 2019.
Death notice for the town of: Fort Worth, state: Texas