Brandon Richard Coggins, age 32, of Pueblo, Colorado passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, October 12th, 2022.

Brandon was born June 22, 1990 in Pueblo, Colorado.

Brandon is survived by his son Logan Richard Coggins, parents; Rick and Cheryl Coggins; sister, Macaria Hope Coggins; grandparents, Maryann Coggins and Tim and Phyllis Roldan; wife, Candice Taravella (Whittemore) and her children Vito and Gianna; mother and father in-law, Susan and Todd Whittemore; brother and sister in-law, Todd and Caila Whittemore and their children Wade and Wyatt; along with his aunt and uncles Vickie (Mark), Boese, Scott (Niki) Coggins, Kari Coggins, and Brian Roldan; cousins Jessie, Cassie, Gia, Amanda, Ryan, Max, Julian and Mariza; special Nina & Nino Maria Lopez, Anthony Gutierrez; special aunts and uncles Virginia Gutierrez,  Lucille Orona, Frank & Stella Romero, and best friend, Phil Romero; along with other numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.  Brandon is preceded in death by his brother, Corey Rick Coggins; and his grandfather, James Coggins; great grandmother, Ruth Orona; uncle Randall Roldan; cousins Megan Boese and Robert Gonzales.

All who knew Brandon knew what an amazing man he was and how he lit up every room he entered with his beautiful smile and upbeat friendly attitude. If you met him once you were no longer a stranger, you were a friend. Brandon had a passion for trucks and cars, he enjoyed his time working as an electrician, and especially spending time with those he loved.

A service to celebrate and honor Brandon’s life will be held Friday, October 21st, at 11:00am at The Fellowship of the Rockies Church located at 3892 W. Northern Avenue, Pueblo CO, 81005

10 thoughts on “Brandon Richard Coggins”

  1. A life taken way too soon leaving many broken hearts behind. Cherish the lifetime memories until you meet again.
    My prayers and thoughts are with his family during this difficult time.
    Ruth Taravella

  2. We are sending our love and prayers to help you through this difficult time! May we all remember how short life is and what a precious gift it is ?love unconditionally, touch someone’s life, lift each other up!

  3. Brandon had a passion to dream and then follow those dreams. He was a loyal friend, a loving father, a humble human. Every memory I have is of him being kind and smiling.

    What an encouraging human being in a time where so much selfishness is predominant, Brandon excelled in being there for others.

  4. Brandon you were an amazing person, inside and out. You will be truly missed by everyone who knew you. Rest in Peace my friend.

  5. A life cut short, but Brandon touched so many. It was my pleasure we had the opportunity to work together. Very kind and what a contagious smile. Rest my friend as we’ll meet again.

  6. My husband and I did not have the chance to met this wonderful man, but we know Candice and her mother and father, and we know how they protected Candice, so we know that she was in good hands throughout all of her struggles, Candice, you are strong, and you have had another obstacle in your path, but you know that God is there helping you down it. Love and hugs

  7. My deepest heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of this amazing man. Brandon was such a kind, funny, loving guy. A contagious smile and always a kind word from him. It was an honor to have worked with him . I would see him quite regularly since he shopped my store for his current job. He was always so nice. He is loved by many and will be missed. Rest easy Brandon .

  8. I worked with Brandon at JCPenneys also had the privlage of cutting his hair. He was a great young man. And will be missed. Condolences and prayers to the family

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