Brandon Thomas Rhew was born in Southaven, MS to Britina Rhew-Looney on November 14, 2002, and passed away at his home in Collierville, TN on October 13, 2021. He was a loving and devoted son, grandson, brother, uncle, nephew, cousin, and friend.
He is survived by his, Mother and stepfather, Britina and Anthony Looney of Bartlett, TN; Father, Tim Razer (April) of Arlington, TN; Maternal grandparents, Michael and Brigitte Rhew of Collierville, TN
Paternal grandmother, Tanya Fulgham of Conway, AR; Step-grandparents, Tony and Penny Looney of Bartlett, TN; Great-grandparents, William and Brigitte Jackson of Southaven, MS
Siblings: Alyssa Rhew (Nephew Connor), Reagan Looney, Keaton Looney of Bartlett, TN and Nolan Razer of Arlington, TN; Uncle Kyle Rhew of Germantown, TN; Paternal uncles, Michael Razer (Margaret) of Conway, AR and Jeff Razer (Sherri) of Kansas City, KS; Along with a host of cousins, extended family members, and friends who will all treasure and miss him deeply.
Brandon was preceded in death by his older brother: Jonathan of Southaven, MS, his younger brother: Lucas of Arlington, TN, his favorite Aunt Tricia, in addition to his great-grandparents: Nola Mae and Robert Rhew of Asheville, NC.
After dreaming of being a pilot since the age of 7, Brandon joined the United States Air Force directly following his graduation from high school in 2021. In doing so, he joined the ranks of people he admired so much; his Oma and Opa, Ur Opa, and Uncle Kyle. Prior to joining the service, he was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary. He excelled in school, was a voracious reader, enjoyed traveling all over the world, and was an expert gamer. Brandon was honest, compassionate, diligent, handsome, intelligent, family-oriented, observant, and the most genuine soul. His unique sense of humor, infectious laughter, gorgeous smile, and calming presence will be remembered, honored, and cherished forever. Brandon will be interred next to his brother, Jonathan at Twin Oaks. Family and friends are welcome to join Brandon’s family at the VFW Post 684 on Raines Road directly following services.
In lieu of flowers memorials can be made out to can be made to Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post 684, Plants preferred but flowers are welcome as well.
Family will be receiving friends on Friday, October 29, 2021 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. with a service immediately following at 11:00 a.m. at Twin Oaks Funeral Home (290 Goodman Road E Southaven, MS 38671). Interment will be held at Twin Oaks Memorial Gardens.