Brandon Scott Kuhn

Born: Sun., Dec. 24, 1978
Died: Mon., Apr. 27, 2020


Memorial Service will be held at a later date.


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Brandon Scott Kuhn, 41, of Angola, Indiana and of Grand Cayman, passed away suddenly on Monday, April 27, 2020 at Parkview Regional Medical Center in Angola, Indiana.
He was born on December 24, 1978 in Angola, Indiana to Ted and Patricia A. (Pollock) Kuhn.
He married Frances Robinson on August 26, 2005.
Brandon attended Pleasant Lake Mennonite Church while in Indiana and the Wesleyn Holiness Church while in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands. He grew up in Indiana but if adventure called, Brandon would go. He enjoyed traveling. One day during his travels, on an excursion from a cruise ship, Brandon walked into the Blue Iguana Souvenir Outlet and met his wife, the love of his life, in the Cayman Islands. He became a part of her home and a father to his stepdaughter in Grand Cayman while keeping rooted in Indiana as well. He was always up for any kind of new escapade including road trips even with no end point in mind. Brandon loved going garage sale shopping and would not leave until he found at least one small item to purchase so that he would not offend the seller. Shoes were his passion. He would buy them brand new and redesign them to his unique style. He had more shoes than most could imagine. He was always the first to be up for charitable events including joining his sister’s Relay For Life team and participated fully with the costumes and themes each year. Brandon was a kid at heart and children loved him. Brandon loved them as well. Animals also loved him because they could sense his kind and gentle nature. His biggest love for animals was for cats. He had several neighbor cats in the Cayman Islands that adored him. He loved running around creating his own movies on the video camera as well. Brandon was also known for his love of food. Walking was something he enjoyed whether it was on the beach in the sand or out in the country in Indiana. Brandon was the one that would show up when needed for small to big things like picking up his father and taking him grocery shopping whenever needed to helping someone in the middle of a cold snowy night. His silliness and love for others will be cherished in our memories, but Brandon will most be remembered for having the kindest and most gentle soul. Hopefully, Brandon can now see himself through our eyes and how missed he will be until we see him again in heaven someday. See you later, Dino, we love you.
Surviving are his Wife, Frances Robinson Kuhn of Grand Cayman; father, Ted Kuhn of Angola; step-daughter, Kendra Bodden of Grand Cayman and Canada; grandmother, Lois (Osmun) Howe of Angola, Indiana; brothers, Brian (Jenifer) Kuhn of Pleasant Lake, Indiana and Brent (Angel) Kuhn of LaGrange, Indiana and sister, Heather (Juan) Gonzales of Angola, Indiana. Also surviving are several nieces and nephews and his kitty, Lizzy, in Cayman Islands.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Patricia A. Kuhn in 2003; grandmother, Viola (Waters) Kuhn in 1964, grandfather, Charles R. Kuhn in 1974, Royce G. Pollock in 1990, step-grandfather, Paul H. Howe in 2012, step-grandmother, Olive (Dodd) Kuhn in 1988.
Memorial Services will be at a later date.
Memorials may be made to the family care of Heather Gonzales to help with expenses.

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Jena Tuttle
   Posted Wed April 29, 2020
So very sorry for your loss. The neighbors in Hamilton.
Prayers for comfort during this and the days and years to follow.

Trinette krontz (trina)
   Posted Wed April 29, 2020
I'm so sorry for your loss Brandon was a good friend we went to school together I thought he looked like Billy ray very good heart he had

Mike McCutcheon
   Posted Thu April 30, 2020
I'm very sorry for your loss of Brandon. He was a very kind and gentle soul that will be missed.

Tara Ayres
   Posted Fri May 15, 2020
My sincerest and heartfelt sympathies to Frances & all of Brandon’s family & friends. We did not expect this & we cannot understand but we have to trust God’s will. Frances you were blessed with someone who was as humble & kind as you were. To Mr Kuhn, you raised a wonderful young man. My prayer is that God, will grant each and everyone who is mourning this loss strength and comfort that can only come through him. May his soul rest in eternal peace.

Gina Wilson
   Posted Fri May 15, 2020
My heartfelt condolences goes out to the entire Kuhn family in Indiana and to my Sister Frances and Niece Kendra in the Cayman Islands. Brandon had a big heart and really was a gentle soul.
Brandon was easy to talk and was always willing to assist you in anyway he could. I can still picture him walking up to my front door during family visits on Sundays, he always enjoyed my cooking and my Kareoke gatherings.
I really appreciated the time a few years ago when he returned from Indiana in December and gave me a hot n cold pack to use on my neck. He said to me " its not much but i know you can use it"
I gave him a hug and said its the thought that counts.
Brandon will surely be missed by all of us in the Cayman Islands.

Please know that he is in a better place now, no worries and pain.
May his soul rest in peace.

From his Sister In-Law Gina Wilson
Cayman Islands


Launa Green
   Posted Sat May 16, 2020
My condolences to the family of Brandon Kuhn. I will always remember the good times we spent together in the Cayman Islands. I will always remember him as a great brother in law and great friend. I will keep you all in my prayers.

Frances robinson-kuhn
   Posted Sat May 16, 2020
Condolences to my Kuhn family,I will always be grateful to Brandon for giving me and my Daughter Kendra, seventeen wonderful years of our lives together,I will forever love and miss you,
Your wife frances

Denice Ebanks-Lara
   Posted Sat May 16, 2020
Words can't express how sorry for your loss, Brandon was a kind and gentle soul. I know he is in a better place safe in the arms of his Saviour. Heather to you and the rest of the family. I am Frances cousin from Cayman she is like a sister to me. Even tho I did not met you my heart goes out to you and the rest of the family. Frances & Kendra also love all you.

SHEREE WILLIAMS
   Posted Sat May 16, 2020
My family and I send our deepest condolences to the kuhn Family.  My dearest friend Francis you have lost a cool husband.  But just know that he is in a better place.  Francis, Brandon and Kendra visited me in Connecticut a few years ago we had a great time together.   I was so happy that my friend got a wonderful guy like Brandon.  He will be greatly missed.  
My prayers are with you that God will comfort you all in this time of grieving.

God Bless you all!
Sheree
New Jersey.

Tara Ayres - Cayman Islands
   Posted Sun May 31, 2020
My sincerest and heartfelt sympathies to my cousin Frances & all of Brandon’s family & friends. We did not expect this & we cannot understand but we have to trust God’s will. Frances you were blessed with someone who was as humble & kind as you were. To Mr Kuhn, you raised a wonderful young man. My prayer is that God, will grant each and everyone who is mourning this loss strength and comfort that can only come through him. May his soul rest in eternal peace.

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