Brandon Eric Thompson

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May 2, 1983 ~ December 15, 2022

Born in: Pueblo, Colorado
Resided in: Pueblo, Colorado

Brandon Eric Thompson (“Bam” “B”), 39, passed away on Dec. 15, 2022, after a long illness and un-deserving torment. Born on May 2, 1983, in Pueblo, CO. Brandon is survived by his son, Grimm Thompson; father, Alvin Thompson; mother, Heather Sandoval; brother, Adam Thompson; mother and father-in-law, Ester and Marty Kevan. Brandon is preceded in death by his grandparents, Robert and Lois Duvall and Vincent and Bettye Thompson; and his aunts, Susan Duvall and Carol Collins.
Brandon was witty, goofy, adventurous, altruistic, and subtly poetic, having that playful sarcasm that forced others to think hard about thick euphemisms and logical ironies, science and a love to debate, led many conversation. Brandon excelled in academics as a critical and curious mind, he took on complex projects in technology and biomedical sciences, which earned him a Bachelors and Masters Degree in the field of microbiology, genetics and food sciences simultaneously. Brandon was a giver, providing care to family and friends. His strength in word and deed showed a gentle acknowledgment of the importance and worth of others, acceptance and value were genuine in his actions. A welcome face to many rock stars at a concert or local venue performers, a staunch supporter of The Impossible Players, and anyone who knew him, had been entertained by his elaborate firework displays. For the last five years of his life among us, Brandon’s focus was on his son Grimm. With a love that knew no bounds, he taught compassion, patience and a kind heart, that Grim will carry with him the rest of his life. Brandon gave his best, was a true friend and support for all who knew him and will be greatly missed. Service and celebration of life will be Saturday, Jan. 28, 5:00 p.m. at The Impossible Playhouse, 1201 N. Main St., Pueblo CO 81003. Please wear red, the color of love, to help banish the hate in the world, at least for one day. Online condolences at and a perpetual memorial can be found at Those who wish to provide donations can do so on Brandon’s perpetual memorial via the website address above or to The Impossible Players, in honor of Brandon.


Life Celebration: January 28, 2023 5:00 pm

Impossible Playhouse
1201 N. Main St.
Pueblo, CO 81003


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  1. B, you have shown love and support to so many people. You also had such a knack for interjecting humor in difficult situations and getting us to smile in the tough times. It was a blessing to know you. May you rest in peace my friend.

  2. My dear friend, in the past several years I’ve been honored that we became not only closer friends but family. You trusted me enough to be your beautiful baby boy’s godmother aka “K-Momma”. I’m gonna miss our constant calls and randomness hangouts. I promise I’ll make sure Grimm always knows how much you love him.

  3. I love you, Bam. I miss our conversations. I miss sharing music with you. I miss checking with you about “safe” places to eat, lol. I’ve gotten tickled several times, thinking about your hitchhiking chicken and that story has lightened my heartache. I want to hug you. I promise you that I will keep praying for and doing what I can to help protect your sweet baby boy.
    I love you, I miss you and I’m keeping my eyes open for signs that you’re around. 💜

  4. Esther & Marty Kevan
    From a pregnancy that wasn’t wanted, I gained a true son. Thank you so very much for accepting me as I am. You will be TRUELY MISSED. Hugs and kisses in Heaven. I know you will be forever as Grimm’s guardian angel. Love you son, your parents and I will do our best to keep Grimm safe away from her.

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