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Brandon Bennett Ethridge

January 16, 1990 — October 8, 2023


Brandon B. “Butters” Ethridge, born on January 16, 1990, in Dothan, Alabama, passed away peacefully after an extended illness in Gordon, Alabama, on October 8, 2023. Known for his adventurous spirit, analytical mind, and the love he held for the little things in life, Brandon leaves behind a legacy of joy, resilience, and an unwavering zest for life.

Brandon was survived by his mother and his father figure, Brenda Ethridge and Rick Dooling, he was the cherished grandson of Ruby Ethridge, and a loving brother to Nicholas (April Dean) Dooling, Mitchell Ethridge, Brayden Patterson, Amanda (Aaron) Kilpatrick, and Lillian Morrell. His extended family includes several cousins, nieces, and nephews, with special mention of Austin Dooling. Brandon's best friend, Britney Leonard, was a constant source of support and companionship. He was preceded in death by his brother, Richie Dooling, and his nieces and nephews, Sarah Dooling, Blake Dooling, and Evan Kilpatrick.

Brandon's professional journey led him to explore his passion for food as a chef in Florida. His culinary creations were a testament to his talent, with his Sheperds Pie being a particular favorite among loved ones. He also served as a bartender at Uncle Bobs, where his warmth and charisma were well known. Brandon's analytical nature found expression in his role as a food critic, where he combined his love for food with his keen eye for detail.

A lover of nature, Brandon found solace in the company of birds and horses. He enjoyed sightseeing, capturing the beauty of the world around him. His interests were varied and diverse, from delving into the world of comic books and anime to engaging in intellectual conversations about politics. A fervent gamer, he found joy in the virtual world. He was also known to enjoy a good game of pool and chess with friends and family.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that contributions be made in his honor for his final arrangements.

Brandon Ethridge's life was a testament to his spirit, resilience, and the love he had for his family, friends, and passions. His memory will continue to live on in the hearts of those who knew and loved him. His spirit, full of adventure and curiosity, will be missed but never forgotten.

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