Brandon Robert Host, 27, of Browerville, passed away tragically on August 27, 2023 as a passenger in a side-by-side rollover accident.
A Mass of Christian Burial will take place on Saturday, September 2, 2023, at the Christ the King Catholic Church in Browerville at 2:00 PM.
Visitation will be at the church Friday, September 1, 2023, with a Rosary being prayed at 4:00 PM, visitation will follow until 7:00 PM, when a prayer service will take place.
Camo attire is suggested for the Friday night visitation, to pay tribute to Brandon’s hunting.
Visitation will resume one hour prior to the Mass at the church on Saturday. Burial will take place at the Christ the King Catholic Cemetery in Browerville, immediately following the Mass service.
In Lieu of Flowers memorials are preferred to the family.
Brandon was born July 24, 1996 to Dale Host and Tristin (Nelson) Digre. He graduated from Browerville High School in 2014, where he played basketball and was on the golf team. Brandon found his purpose “crushing rock” with Wm. D. Scepaniak, which he considered as a second family.
From following his dad around on the farm to fixing up his grandpa’s four-wheeler, he was always tinkering with his toys. He loved hunting and fishing, being out on the lake or in the field. He enjoyed playing cornhole with his brothers, and always knew how to have a good time. He was a natural teacher, and always made sure everyone had fun. His selflessness knew no limits. He had a heart of gold, always ready with a joke to lighten the mood or wise advice to offer.
Brandon is survived by his father: Dale Host, siblings: Tarissa (Patrick), Jordan (Mackenzie) and their daughter Kollyns, Justin (Lauren), and Brady, grandparents: Robert and Sharon Host, honorary brother: Mitch Bauer, his two puppies: Maizy and Phoebe, and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.
Brandon’s spirit will live on in every smile, every fishing and hunting trip, and every moment we choose to live life as fully as he did.
“May he keep his back to the wind and the skies be full.”