Brandon Clay Dickson
Brandon Clay Dickson

June 2, 1979 - June 5, 2018
Born in Ogden, Utah
Resided in Brigham City, Utah
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Brandon Clay “Bubba” Dickson passed away on June 5, 2018. He was born on June 2, 1979 to the late Eugene Elwood Dickson and late Tonya Sue McLendon. He spent the first half of his life in Harrisville and the second half in Brigham City. Brandon meet the man he called his dad in 1991, David R. Williams (Rusty). He enjoyed collecting fancy knives, going fishing with good company, however he didn't like eating the fish so much. Brandon really enjoyed spending time with his 4-year-old nephew Rusty whom he nicknamed “booger head”, along with his little group of friends. Brandon was a giant kid at heart, and a great big teddy bear. He loved that his long beautiful hair was so much nicer than his sister's hair. Brandon also enjoyed watching all kinds of movies. Some of his favorite movies were the Cheech & Chong movies and Mel Brooks movies. He loved watching the history channel where he learned so much and tried to pass on that knowledge to anyone willing to listen. He was so smart, especially when it came to history. Brandon enjoyed riding his power chair around Brigham City.
Brandon is survived by his girlfriend Robin Connick. Two sisters, Echo V. Dickson (Terry Collier) of Brigham City and Kandyce L. Crabtree (Joseph Campbell) of Ogden, Utah. Seven nieces and nephews, eleven great-nieces and nephews with one on the way and great friends.

"Uncle Bandon will be terribly
missed by his booger-head"
"Brandon's munchkin Margaret
will also miss him terribly"

Brandon was proceeded in death by his grandmother, Bonnie R. McLendon; his mother, Tonya S. Dickson; his father, Eugene E. Dickson; his Dad- David R. Williams (Rusty), Aunt Lori L Garcia, Uncle Richard R. McLendon, a sister and a niece.

The family would like to thank South Davis Speciality Hospital for taking care of him while he was there. The Brigham City Emergency responders & the police department for their professionalism. A special thanks to Myers Mortuary for helping the family through this difficult time. In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Brandon's name to Myers Mortuary.