In Memory of

Brandon Lee Waugh

July 5, 1986 - February 10, 2020


Brandon Lee Waugh passed away on Monday February 10, 2020 at Lee’s Summit Medical Center in Lee’s Summit, MO at the age of 33. He was born in Raleigh, NC on July 5, 1986. He is preceded in death by an infant brother, Wesley John Waugh. Brandon is survived by his mother, Melanie Reed and Jeffrey Miller (partner) of Lee’s Summit, MO; father, Mark Travis Waugh; and his two brothers, Justin and Nathan Waugh, all of Haltom City, TX. Brandon has a large extended family, including many loving cousins, aunts and uncles and grandparents.

By trade, Brandon was an accomplished machinist after graduating from Washburn Tech in Topeka, KS. Additionally, he enjoyed skateboarding, being around friends, as well as most activities involving being outdoors. Brandon was best known for being a fun-loving outgoing individual and was always quick to make you smile. He was proud to be known as a family man first and foremost, as well as always being quick to lend an ear. He will be missed dearly by both family and friends alike.

Visitation/viewing will be held Friday, February 14, 2020 at First Lutheran Church, 6400 State Line Rd, Mission Hills, KS from 11am to 1pm. At 1pm the funeral service will commence with Pastor Phil Vickers officiating. Upon completion of the funeral service, burial will be held at Floral Hills East Memory Gardens, 25203 E. US Hwy 50, Lee’s Summit, MO.

The family requests donations in his name to either St. Jude’s Research Hospital, or The Humane Society of Greater Kansas City, sent in care of Langsford Funeral Home.


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I didn’t have the pleasure of knowing Brandon as a young adult. I did however, know him as a boy around the age of 10 years. If he grew to be anything like he was as a small boy, he had to be one heck of a man.

My deepest sympathy goes out to all that mourn this tremendous loss and may God ease your pain.

Our thoughts, hopes & positivity are with you through this difficult time. I am sure Brandon is off on his great adventure as he is an infinite soul who was having a human experience. He is forever and ever but never gone, just traveling on. With Love, Joe, Sheylla, Kai & Zoe Schulte

When I was growing up on Boyd Street a long long time ago, my favorite time of the year was always the summers.
That’s when my best friend Brandon Waugh would come down for 3 months and we would go hiking, camping, fishing, get into trouble… just doing normal summer outdoor things.
Video games weren’t online yet so if we played it would be some two player games.
I know as soon as the summer started I would be staring out the window waiting for him to be there… Brandon, and me shared a ton of first during those, from different music, to liking and competing over different girls, his dad ended up moving away during my teenage years and we kept in contact a bit, my 20s lost contact and recently in my 30s started up conversations about those summers.
As life keeps progressing, I think it’s becoming more important to me to just stay in the moment a bit and be happy with where I am at…
RIP Brandon.
Thanks for being a good friend throughout all of those years.

I was absolutely shocked to learn of Brandon’s passing. My son, Matt, and him were the bestest of childhood friends. We only saw Brandon when he would come to Texas to visit his Dad but they were memories that will last a lifetime. Brandon, you were such a true blessing to be around. We will miss you!!!
May you rest in peace, sweetheart.

Brandon and I were very close. He was a very good person. Him And I always shared music. We both met Vally Hope. And we were hanging out together days before his passing. He called me and asked me for help and needed a place to stay do you get away from things. I took him under my wing like a little brother. We always laughed hard together. It just doesn’t seem real that this happened. To this day I still don’t know what happened. But his last text to me He said He just wanted to make sure I was OK and he told me I love you brother. He was a good person I always think of him and he’ll be in my heart. Love you brother


Friday, February 14, 2020
First Lutheran Church
6400 State Line Road
Mission Hills, Kansas 66208


Friday, February 14, 2020
First Lutheran Church
6400 State Line Road
Mission Hills, Kansas 66208