June 17, 2024

Brandon Lee Kisor, 29, of Athens, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, February 6, 2024, at his home.

Born March 18, 1994, Brandon is the beloved son of Jeff and Kerry Kisor of Pomeroy and Angie (Cain) and Don Wagner of Malta. Brandon was a 2012 graduate of Alexander High School and employed by Townsend Tree Service.

Brandon’s youth was spent playing sports, hunting and fishing. He was exciting and fun to watch especially on the football field where he left his heart every Friday night. During his years in football, he developed a strong brotherhood with his high school teammates Tyler Davis, Trey Bennett, Michael Douglas, and James Bolin. Off the gridiron Brandon shared a special bond with Abby (Arrington) Fannin, Justin Pinkerton, Derek Eckert, and Corey Sedwick. Brandon was always ready for an adventure and lived his life to the fullest. He is deeply loved by many.

Along with his parents, Brandon is survived by his girlfriend, Ariel Eckert and their unborn child, siblings Kenna Kisor of Pomeroy, Nathan (Desi) Marks of Millfield, Shyanne Jones (John Smith) of The Plains, and Heaven Riley, grandparents Brad and Cheryl Reese of Pomeroy, great grandmothers Louise Ellis of Athens and Barb Reese of New Philadelphia, aunts and uncles Jeremy and Jennifer Cain of Albany, Kelly and Larry Bartlett of Albany, Tom and Missy Kisor of Albany, Liz and Don Woodrum of Vero Beach, FL, cousins Jagger, Josie, Julianna Cain, Laken Bartlett, Nic Secoy, Mady, Jessica and Jennifer Woodrum, Corey, Courtney, Clayton Cooley and Caysee Kisor Quincel and a large extended family. Brandon was especially close to his cousin, Ali Cain and his best friend, Steven Wheeler.

Brandon is preceded in death by his grandparents Fred and Shirley Kisor and Paul and June Cain, Uncle William Kisor, and infant nephew Cohen Smith.

Services will be held on Saturday, February 10 at 4 p.m. at Bigony-Jordan Funeral Home in Albany, Ohio with Pastor Donnie Quesinberry officiating. Visitation is Saturday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the funeral home. There will be a dinner immediately following the service at the Columbia Township Volunteer Fire Department.