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Racine – On April 13, 1988 in Chicago, Illinois, Our God In Heaven loaned and Blessed the union of Steven Dear and Yvette Mullins with their beloved Son, Brandon Leshawn Corey Dear. On May 2, 2018, God decided that Brandon had suffered long enough.
He was introduced to Christ at an early age, under the guidance of Pastor Virginia Lackey at All Nations Pentecostal Prayer House in Racine, Wisconsin.
Brandon received his formal education in the Racine Unified School District and he was a proud 2007 graduate of Washington Park High School in Racine. After high school Brandon enrolled at Gateway Technical College and became a CNC Machinist Operator. Brandon was currently employed by Creative Behavioral Solutions as a Community Integration Specialist. Brandon was far reached on many things, from geology, to studying the stars. His thoughts and interest were always different from others and he would go to great lengths to get HIS point across. Brandon accomplished many things in life, but nothing could compare to the day he was blessed to be called a Father. There’s nothing he wouldn’t do for his Beautiful Princess, Aniyah Ebony Nicole Dear. She was and will forever be the sparkle in her Daddy’s eyes and the Love of His Life.
Brandon leaves to cherish his memory, his Precious Daughter, Aniyah Ebony Nicole Dear; parents, Steven Dear and Yvette Mullins; grandmother, Mary Mullins; brothers, Steven (Sabrina), Anthony and Joseph and his only sister, Krystle, as well as a host of uncles, Aunts, nieces, nephews, other loving relatives and dear friends too numerous to mention. He was preceded in death by his grandparents Erskine Mullins, General Ferguson and Annie Lee Dear.
Brandon was a true family man and will be dearly missed, loved and treasured forevermore.
A Celebration of His Life will be held on Friday, May 11, 2018 in the Chapel of Draeger-Langendorf Funeral Home, 4600 County Line Rd, Racine, WI. Visitation will be in the Chapel from 10:00am until the time of service. Pastor Roger Carson will be officiating.