Brandon James Dean was born April 24, 1982, in Tulsa, Oklahoma to Billy James Dean and Deidre Amanda (Goodman) Dean. He was the oldest of four boys growing up in the home. Brandon was always adventurous and looking for a good time. In Brandon’s heart if you became his friend then you were now family. He was involved in FFA and played Baseball and football.
He grew up in the Porter area in Clarksville, Oklahoma and attended Porter Schools. Brandon completed his high school education. Then he went to work for Trucks 4 You but completed his career at Davis H Elliot as a Crew Foreman. Brandon was very talented at work, and he was the one person who could run the Bore Machine with expertise abilities.
Brandon’s greatest joy in life were his children, Jayden Dean and Jayse Dean. He loved teaching them all the wonderful things about life. He also took every opportunity to be with family and friends. Many of those times included camping, boating and fishing on water and sitting around the campfire. The holidays were another favorite of Brandon’s; he enjoyed all the holidays because family would be involved.
He lived life to the fullest, he lived everyday like it was his last. He loved to hunt, camp, fish, boat, ride four wheelers, and enjoy riding his Harley. He loved all of his adventures at Little Sierra and had plans of going to Sturgis. Dog Patch was a vacation talked about for years. He loved his dog; King Blade AKA Cry Baby, Boosie, Blade, Lighting Bolt 2 Choo. Even when he watched TV it was all about adventure; shows like Ghost Hunters, Street Outlaws, Moonshiners, he even talked about making his own moonshine, movies like Varsity Blues, Dead Pool and watching the Discovery Channel. Brandon enjoyed Red Dirt Music. Went to concerts to see Hay Stack and Struggle Jennings. He was a loyal friend, adventurous, dependable, and extreme in whatever he chose to do. He saw the good in everyone he met and you would not meet a more loyal person. Brandon was a member of the Choctaw Tribe. Brandon lived every day like it was his last; his favorite saying to his daughter Jayden was “me and you against the world, Baby.”
Seven years ago, his health took a turn. He started having heart issues. On January 5, 2024, Brandon passed from this life in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Brandon Dean was survived by his children Jayden Dean and Jayse Dean; his parents Billy and Deidre Dean; fiancé Ashly Phillips; brothers and their wives Nicholas and Andrea Dean, Michael and Elaine Dean and Caleb and Emylee Dean; Grandma Gilberta Walker; numerous three nieces and six nephews. Preceded in death by Pa Mack Dean, Uncle Ray Dean, Ma and Pa Goodman, Grandpa Granville Walker, Uncle Joe Sherrill, Cousin Charity Goodman, Uncle Morris Goodman, and Grandma Brenda DeanCelebration of Life Service for Brandon James Dean at 11:00 AM on Friday, January 26, 2024, at The Red Barn 628 Hwy 51B, Porter, Oklahoma 74454. Arrangements made by Powell Funeral Service in Hominy, Oklahoma.