Brandon D. Pendleton

Mar 27, 2020
Pendleton, Brandon


Private family graveside services and celebration of life to take place at a later date. 


Garden of Memories Cemetery, Waterloo


May be directed to the family. Friends may send cards to the family at the funeral home.


     Brandon D. Pendleton, 37, of Waterloo, died Friday, March 27, 2020 at University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics.

     He was born March 18, 1983, in Waterloo, son of Robert D. and Erma R. Strong Pendleton. Brandon graduated from Waterloo West High School.

     He was a musician and worked to promote his music.

     Brandon is survived by his two sons, Keishawn and Jaylin Pendleton both of Waterloo; six sisters, Michelle Pendleton, Tracy Pendleton, Ronette Pendleton, and Shari Pendleton, all of Waterloo, Patrice Mitchell of Kansas, and Portland Franklin of Des Moines; three brothers, Salamah Pendleton of North Dakota, Shaheed Pendleton of Des Moines‚ and Shamar Pendleton of Arizona; and a host nieces and nephews.

     He is preceded in death by his parents; and both sets of grandparents.

He loved spending time with his son’s and watching them play sports. He also loved his music.


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  1. Alicia Jones | Apr 01, 2020
    I hope the lord give you guys the strength and guide all of you through this tough time. You guys are in my prayers at all times. Brandon was a friend of mine and he became family to me. I'm going to miss u dearly...I love u💓

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