Brandon Nicholas Aguirre, 36 passed away on August 15, 2022 at his home in Ft. Collins surrounded by family. Brandon was born on September 16,1985 to Debbie Meyers-Geraets and Tony Aguirre.
Brandon had a funny, sarcastic, witty personality. He was smart, logical and honest… sometimes brutally so. He was a generous and giving person.He was there whenever someone needed something, no matter how big or small.
Brandon developed heart failure in December, 2020. What should have been days turned into 20 months. He lived doing things he loved, especially treasuring time with his son Madoxx, family and friends. Brandon was a wonderful daddy teaching Madoxx how things worked and explaining every inquisitive question - and there were many! They hung out together playing with and learning about Brandon’s favorite hobbies: remote control cars, airplanes, drones and his motorcycle(he had a need for speed). In addition, he loved nature’s beauty in sunsets, rainbows and cloud formations and took beautiful photo’s of all. He never wavered in the existence of and fascination with UFO’s. (He was also fascinated with Elon Musk ). Brandon’s thirst for knowledge had him continuously researching and learning.
Brandon loved his profession of painting cars and did meticulous work. He was a perfectionist in everything he did.We are so thankful that Brandon and family were able to celebrate Madoxx’s 3rd birthday the day before his passing.
Brandon is survived by his three year old son Madoxx, mom Debbie Meyers-Geraets, stepdad Todd Geraets, sister's Nicole Vasquez and Brittney Martinez, brother's Jordan Spialek and Danial Aguirre, grandparent's Tony and Sandy Hill and,Dian Meyer, uncles Michael Aguirre lll, Brad Hill and extended aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. He will be in our hearts forever and so greatly missed.
He is preceded in death by his dad Tony Aguirre, grandpa Mike Aguirre and Fredrick Vasquez.
A memorial service will be held at Vessey Funeral Home, Wellington, CO on Friday, September 30, 2022 at 6:00 p.m.
Reception to follow.
We give heartfelt thanks to the staff of Pathways Hospice of Northern Colorado. Special thanks to Angela, Dr. Julie and Becky, who not only gave excellent care but also became wonderful friends with Brandon,
Grandma Sandy and Mom.
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to
Pathways of Northern Colorado
305 Carpenter Rd
Fort Collins, CO 80525
September 30, 2022
Vessey Funeral Service (Wellington, Colorado)