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Shannon Ray Brandt

August 29, 1974 — August 5, 2021

Shannon Brandt August 29, 1974 – August 5, 2021 Beloved Husband, Father, Grandfather, Brother and Friend, Shannon Brandt, 46, of Kellogg, Idaho, passed away on August 5, 2021. Shannon was born on August 29,1974; the 3rd son of Clinton and Donna (Salyer) Brandt. He attended school in Kellogg during his younger years, later attended school in Post Falls. Shannon lived in Kellogg at the time of his passing. Throughout his life he lived in Coeur D’Alene, Post Falls, Spokane and surround areas. Shannon did construction throughout his life specializing in Drywall. He was a hardworking man who would do anything to provide for his family. He was and amazing husband, father and grandfather and put his children first no matter what. He loved to go camping, ride motorcycles, dirt bikes, and 4 wheelers. He was very boisterous and opinionated but always kind and willing to help anyone. He had a great sense of humor that he enjoyed sharing with family and friends. He fulfilled our lives with love, laughter, and words of wisdom. Shannon will be greatly missed, fondly remembered, and forever in our hearts. Shannon was preceded in death by his parents, Clinton Brandt and Donna Wilson, his brother Shawn Brandt and nephew Joshua Brandt. He is survived by his wife Stephanie Brandt of Post Falls, his daughters, Kaylin Brandt of Spokane, Thea Brandt of Post Falls; his sons, Devlyn Brandt of Spokane, Kaybrial Brandt of Spokane, Tyler Graven-Brandt of Post Falls; Granddaughter Malanni Tuggle; brother, Shane Brandt and sister-in-law Tracy Brandt of Coeur D’Alene; his grandmother, Geneva Celia Evans of Kellogg; Many nieces, nephews and loved ones. Shannon’s service will be held at 1pm on August 27th, 2021, at Bell Tower Funeral Home in Post Falls, Idaho. All are welcome to attend. Please visit Shannon’s online memorial at www.belltowerfuneralhome.com.
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