A beloved son, brother, nephew, uncle, cousin, and friend, Brandon Christopher Chiles left the world unexpectedly on Wednesday August 19, 2020.
Born in Dallas, Texas on April 2, 1983 to Don Chiles and Marchelle Simmons, Brandon was an energetic and inquisitive kid that always had a ball in his hand. He participated in pee wee football, soccer, and boy scouts, and was a member of North Dallas Community Bible Fellowship Church. Brandon accepted Jesus Christ and was baptized when he was 13.
Brandon played football throughout high school and was a graduate of Plano Senior High School, class of 2001. He went on to attend the University of New Mexico where he was a biology major and played wide receiver for the Lobos football team. Brandon was initiated into the Theta Xi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated in 2004. He was a proud Nupe and loved his fraternity.
Brandon’s love for helping people led him to nursing school and working in the medical field as a nurse after college. Most recently, he had his own moving company and would also work with his dad at 4 Seasons Landscaping from time to time assisting with projects. Brandon could often be seen driving the Bobcat on job sites.
Brandon was preceded in death by his maternal grandmother, Teresa Scott, and beloved aunt, Michelle Scott. Those left to cherish precious memories include his parents, Don Chiles (Sandra) and Marchelle Simmons (Harvey); siblings: Erica Chiles, Makeda Simmons, Terrence Simmons, Justin Mitchell (Hyrian), Charles Mitchell (Rachel), and William Mitchell (Heather); maternal grandparents, Aaron and Louise Radford; nieces: Harmony Mitchell, Ryan Mitchell, Liberty Mitchell, and Reagan Mitchell; girlfriend, Desareah Esquivel; goddaughter, Leah Richard; best friends: Gabe Hall, Dontaeus Richard, Tuere Davis Williams, and Lafonda Pamaran-Jackson; and a host of other family, friends, and former co-workers.
Brandon’s spirit, huge smile, and big laugh filled up any room which he occupied. He had a heart of gold and would help anyone in need. His kindness and love impacted all who crossed his path, and he will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved him.
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