Nicole Leilani Brandt, 33, tragically died in St. Petersburg, Florida, November 3, 2010. Nicole was born to Gregg and Melanie Brandt, in Honolulu, Hawaii, February 27, 1977. She grew up in the Northwest and went to school in Central Oregon.
Nicole lived for each day fully, laughed freely, had a smile that would light up a room, always gave encouragement and had a kind word for people.
Survivors include her daughter, Gabrielle Dozier of Seattle, Washington; son, Brooklyn Brandt of Seattle, Washington; father, Gregg Brandt of Portland, Oregon; step mother, Amy Brandt of Portland, Oregon; brother, Anthony Brandt of Arizona; brother, Greggory Brandt of Seattle, Washington; sister, Anna Brandt of Portland, Oregon; uncle, Terry Brandt of Michigan; aunt, Jeannie Brandt of Michigan; cousin, Stacie Brandt of Illinois.
A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, November 13, 2010, at the Redmond Community Church, at 2:00 pm, in Redmond, Oregon.
Nicole Leilani Brandt
Nicole Leilani Brandt
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