Brandon Phillip Eyle was born in Seattle, Washington on June 5, 1983, he peacefully passed on September 29, 2021, he was surrounded by his family and loved ones. Brandon grew up in the outskirts of Auburn and Enumclaw, a place he never left. Much of his childhood was spent outdoors taking care of his many animals, building tree houses, playing stick games, where he was the guesser for team. He loved taking part in Shaker Church whether it was him tagging along with his grandma or having his own shake in grandma’s living room. Many of Brandon’s adult years were spent working for the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe, however, his greatest achievement in life was being part of Muckleshoot Indian Casino marketing department. He was passionate about politics; you could always find him at home watching CNN, or patiently waiting for the next Tribal Council Meeting. Brandon learned and used sign language and loved to travel everywhere. He especially loved going to Las Vegas. He is survived by his significant other, Thomas Whitearm Star, his two adorable dogs Mia and Gracie, his mother Norma “Babe” Eyle, mother-in-law Shelley, his sisters Wassena George, Sallie Eyle, Amanda Chagolla, Carlee Eyle, Richelle Brown, and many nephews and nieces. He is proceeded in death by his grandparents Norma “Wassie” Reginald “Norman” Eyle, and other family members Kathleen Eyle, Ryan Eyle, Kassalena Miller, and Marcus Marquard.
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