WALSH, Brodie Jefferson

WALSH, Brodie Jefferson – Suddenly on April 28, 2021 in Brantford. Beloved son of Deborah Lovel (Brantford), and Jeff & Laura Walsh (Paris). Step Son of Kent Jones of St Thomas. Brother of Tessa, Clara & Isaac. Grandson of Gerald Walsh, Margaret & Eric Johnson, Bill Whitehead and The late Linda Jackson.  Nephew of Chris & Shannon Whitehead.  Brodie was a loving, creative, sensitive, caring individual who loved making music and going to the gym.  He had tremendous love for children and his family.  Brodie had a strong love for Jesus, who has called him home to be with him. A private funeral service and burial will take place. If desired memorial donations may be made to the St. Leonard’s Foundation, Addictions and Mental Health.

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  1. Kennya
    Kennya says:

    Rest in Paradise beautiful man. I miss you so much Brodie 😭😭 no words can describe the hurt im feeling. I just spoke to you 2 weeks ago. How could this happen to you. RIP my angel 😇💖

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  2. Shannon
    Shannon says:

    We will miss you brod, fly high my friend! May you help and guide those here feeling the hurt of loosing you!!!! 💔

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  3. Aunt Barb
    Aunt Barb says:

    you are in the arms of grandma now, and singing my song.Bar bar bar bar barbara ann.Every time I hear that song I think of you Brod . Love you Brod and Deb but they won’t let me out of Cape Breton yet.

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  4. Amanda
    Amanda says:

    Brodie and I go back many years . I’m saddened to hear of his passing . Rest easy dude . I’m gonna miss ya

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  5. Taylin
    Taylin says:

    I enjoyed my time getting to know Brody & I saw his passion and desire to excel in the fitness world. May you be free of your earthy struggles friend xo

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  6. Dan dixon
    Dan dixon says:

    My condolences to his family may he rest in sweet peace Brodie was a really good friend of mine and we go back years love ya buddy see you on the other side bro

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