Brandon Daniel-Lee Darien Trudeau-Pheasant

July 5, 1997 ~ February 19, 2023 (age 25) 25 Years Old


In Loving Memory of
Brandon Daniel-Lee Darien Trudeau-Pheasant
July 5, 1997 - February 19, 2023

Beloved son of Lorelei Trudeau and Daniel Pheasant
Loving father of Connor and Dion
Special friend of Amber Lewis
Cherished brother of Brooklyn, Jersey and Owen

Grandson of Linda Eshkawkogan (Lorne predeceased) and 
Bert Trudeau (Victoria) and Kenneth Pheasant (Nadine) and Margaret Pheasant (predeceased)

Godson of Shannon Manitowabi and Luke Pheasant
Nephew to Frankie (Arizona), DeAnna (Ed), 
Lindsay (predeceased), Tiffany (Shane predeceased), Leroy, 
Gertrude (Julian), Alanna, Robin (Christopher), Angelina (Shane predeceased), Clinton, Leonard, Leslie (predeceased), Samson (predeceased), 
Pamela (predeceased), Tricia (Steve), and Jeremiah (Erin). 
He will be sadly missed by many cousins 
and his godson Kyrince

At the age of 25, Brandon passed away suddenly in his home. Brandon was outgoing and loved life, he can brighten any room with his presence.
He was well known for his athleticism and involvement in many sports. He loved to play hockey, baseball, volleyball and golf. 
He loved spending time with his family and his boys.  He loved cooking, and loved to dance; in his younger years he danced as a grass dancer at the Pow Wow. 
Brandon had a great sense of humour and loved to make people laugh. He had many friends and loved spending time with them and had a way of making each one feel special.
His nickname to many was B.Phez
Brandon always knew what to say to help others feel better and always gave the right advice.
Family was very important to Brandon; he was always there when family was in need. He demonstrated this by having an active role in caring for his younger siblings.
In 2022, Brandon went to Prince George, BC to play in the Canadian Native Fastball Championships. He also played in the Island fastball league with the Wikwemikong Lumberjacks, Kaboni Tigers and Sons of Pitches. He played Jr A hockey is in his younger years and later played  in many sportsmen tournaments.
Brandon will be deeply missed by many.
Family and friends will gather at the Wikwemikong arena 
on Thursday, February 23, 2023 from sunrise until
Funeral Mass at Holy Cross Church 
on Saturday, February 25, 2023 at 11:00am
Burial at South Bay Cemetery to follow

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