Brandon Terrence Heffell

February 14, 1999 - January 24, 2024


Obituary For Brandon Terrence Heffell

Brandon Heffell, resident of Grande Prairie, AB passed away on Wednesday, January 24, 2024 in Grande Prairie at the age of 24 years.

Brandon was born on February 14, 1999 along with his twin brother in Kelowna, BC. He was raised in Wawa, ON from the age of two until he was 13 years old, when he moved to Grande Prairie with his family.

Brandon was employed at Kal Tire for seven years and just began his heavy duty mechanic apprenticeship with Stacy Mechanical.

Brandon was an amazing young man, so full of life, he was a jokester, spontaneous and full of adventure. He had a large zest for life, loved to travel, spending time with his family and loved his daughter so much. Everyone who knew Brandon, knew what a huge momma’s boy he was.

Brandon loved to travel to Mexico with his mom and step-dad and shared that love with his siblings. His loss leave a huge hole in the hearts of those who knew and loved him.

Brandon will be sadly missed by his mom and step-dad Kara and Eric Mora; father John Heffell; long-time partner Sophie Headon and daughter June; siblings: Kalvin Hack (Tasha Bucknell), Mackenzie (Ty) Van Schaick, Jarrod Heffell, and Mitchell Heffell; step-siblings Darcee Mora and Morgan (Jordan) Tibbetts; nieces Skye Hack, and Wynter and Aubree VanSchaick.

Brandon will be greatly missed by his friends, family and close connections. Hold your loved ones close and never miss an opportunity to say, “I love you”.

A Viewing will be held on Saturday, February 3, 2024 at 11:00am, at Oliver’s Funeral Home in Grande Prairie, AB (10005 107 Ave), with a Service to follow at 1:00pm.

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  • February 02, 2024

    So very sorry Kara. The loss of a child is a pain that words cannot heal, my heart aches for you. I hope you find strength in the love and support surrounding you. I didn't get to know Brandon as an adult, but I remember all the laughter, squealing and fun times when we got together. Always here for you, any time.

  • February 01, 2024

    We lived in the same neighborhood with Brandon's family in Wawa. At that time there were many families living in the Mission on the outskirts of Wawa and we did so much together! Campfires in backyards where the kids played mantracker, roasted marshmallows and jumped on the trampoline while the adults enjoyed some social time together. Walks and hiking through the back trails in the Mission, playing push the ace for dimes and then quarters, annual Halloween parties for all the kids, and the grown ups too! Trips to Bathtub island and Sandy Beach. Such good times together. Brandon's energy and enthusiasm were a sight to behold and he was alway in the midst of everything living life to its fullest! We are sad that such a beautiful ball of energy has now moved on from this world and we hope that you are in a better place, maybe sitting on your own Caribbean beach surrounded by the ones who have gone before you and catching up with them!❤️ Our thoughts and love are with you Kara and family. Love The Kirkland Clan

  • January 31, 2024

    Kara and family. Please accept my sincere condolences for your loss. Sounds like Brandon inherited his moms ability to always bring a brightness to the room, lighting everything up with a bright smile. Not knowing Brandon personally, I can only imagine from what others have mentioned. Respectful and kind, speaks volumes about this young man. Rest In Peace Brandon.

  • January 31, 2024

    Brandon was a kind guy and always respectful he always found a way to make everyone laugh and smile he'll be missed very much rest in peace buddy praying for your family for strength and healing in this hard time

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