Brandon Reiber Obituary, Death – Brandon Thomas Reiber, 48, passed away suddenly on January 20, 2023. He was a loving husband, father, and companion. Brandon is survived by his two children, Morgan and Cameron, as well as his wife Karyn, to whom he was married for nearly 20 years and who was the light of his life. Brandon is survived by his sister Kristen and her children Lydia, Gavin, Colin, and Liam, as well as his in-laws Jane and Mike O’Neil and Kelly and Neil Martinko. Margaret, Brandon’s mother, is also among those mourning his death. Brandon’s father, William Reiber, died before his birth.
Brandon, a recent Indiana University graduate from Elkhart, Indiana, put family, friends, and work first. During his more than 20 years with Dell, he was in charge of developing loyal teams. Brandon spent the majority of his life in Chicago before moving to Austin. He was an avid sports fan who cheered on the Chicago Bulls, Chicago Bears, and Chicago Cubs (he even attended Game 7 of the 2016 World Series!). He was devoted to his family.
Brandon was a voracious learner who also loved to travel, ski, and listen to music in his spare time. Throughout his life, he never stopped learning. He took part in activities such as running with the bulls in Spain, never turned down an invitation to a music event, and understood the significance of being present. Brandon exuded sympathy. He was truly concerned. He was also very animated.
Everyone liked and respected Brandon because few people are as friendly and sincere as he. As a result, few people are as truthful as Brandon. He was the most fun to be around or laugh with, and his natural ease was always apparent. Brandon put his family first, especially his wife and children. Nothing made him happier than actively participating in their lives and witnessing their accomplishments, because children were his greatest source of joy and pride. He was also thankful for everything the land had to offer. Brandon’s final act of kindness was to donate a generous portion of his organs, ensuring that he will always be with them in spirit.