It is with tremendous sadness that the family of Brandon James Shultz, 35, of Manchester, announce his passing due to an epileptic seizure on February 7, 2021.
Brandon is survived by his loving parents; Bart Shultz of Manchester and Lisa Shultz of Hudson as well as siblings, sister Amanda (Nick) Couturier of Pelham, nieces Jenna and Samantha, nephews Robbie and Eddie, brother, Cain (Jackie) Shultz of Manchester, nieces Maeve and Shea, nephew Evander and brother, Daniel Shultz of Hudson, his grandparents Joan and Jim Shultz of Manchester who meant the world to him, fiancé of Bart Shultz, Marguerite Williams and her daughter Hiwalani Kapanui of Manchester and Shea Shultz, Brandon’s God Child.
Brandon is also survived by his uncles, Jim Shultz of Chichester, NH, and Danny (Lisa) Shultz of Manchester and aunts, Kathy (Ray) Cotnoir of Hooksett, NH, Jean (Joe) DiPietro of Pembroke, MA, as well as several cousins.
Brandon worked as Service Manager at T.S.T. Hydraulics.
Brandon was the strong silent one, but his heart spoke volumes of love and loyalty. Though Brandon stayed in the background he was always present for birthdays, holidays, and family gatherings. His extensive collection of tattoos reflected his interests and memorable moments. “Uncle Boo-Boo-Bear” ALWAYS made special time and activities for his nieces and nephews during school vacations and he had as much fun as they did. Brandon had a vast circle of friendships many spanning more than 20 years; most of these friendships began at unique rock concerts. Stories of his youthful adventures, posted since his passing, bring smiles and tears to dozens. Brandon uniquely filled a corner of the world and no one else can fill that space.
Walk through calling hours with masks and social distancing will be held on Saturday, February 20, 2021 from 11 am to 1 pm at J. N. Boufford & Sons Funeral Home, 110 Bridge St.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Epilepsy Foundation.
For more information and online guestbook please visit www.bouffordfuneralhome.com.