In memory of
Jay Carter Brandon Jr.
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In memory of
Jay Carter Brandon Jr.
Jay Carter Brandon Jr. Sept. 20, 1931 - Nov. 25, 2018 Jay was born in Muncie, Ind., Sept. 20, 1931 and passed away peacefully Nov. 25, 2018. He served in the U.S. Air Force from 1948 to 1953 as a Staff Sergeant and cryptographer. He was a proud member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. As a professional, Jay worked for Pacific Northwest Bell (which later became AT&T) and then went on to form his own company, Telemarketing International. He also took great pride in his many other business ventures including being the original owner of The Horse Brass Pub. Because he felt it saved his life, Jay was a veteran sponsor for anyone who requested help in Alcoholics Anonymous and would eagerly lead them through the 12 steps. For as long as anyone can remember, Jay's heart and home were open to all, his door was never locked. Jay had a fondness for British sports cars (especially Morgan Cars), travel, dogs, gardening, the Oregon Ducks and his church. Jay is survived by his children, Jay Brandon III, Susan Grant, Lisa Jaqua, Scott Brandon, Tyler Houston, Travis Houston; his grandchildren, Joshua Brandon, Rachael Brandon, Bryce Anderson, Sandra Brandon, Marissa Brandon, Gillian Anderson, Evie Connolly, Riley Houston, Sydney Houston, and Maverick Houston; and the countless lives he sponsored through Alcoholics Anonymous during his more than 30 years of sobriety. Please celebrate his life through those committed to sobriety by making a donation to Dr. Bob's House in Akron, Ohio, or his spiritual journey by donating to the Foundation For A Course In Miracles. Please sign the online guest book at www.oregonlive.com/obits
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In memory of
Jay Carter Brandon Jr.
Jay Carter Brandon Jr. Sept. 20, 1931 - Nov. 25, 2018 Jay was born in Muncie, Ind., Sept. 20, 1931 and passed away peacefully Nov. 25, 2018. He served in the U.S. Air Force from 1948 to 1953 as a Staff Sergeant and cryptographer. He was a proud member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. As a professional, Jay worked for Pacific Northwest Bell (which later became AT&T) and then went on to form his own company, Telemarketing International. He also took great pride in his many other business ventures including being the original owner of The Horse Brass Pub. Because he felt it saved his life, Jay was a veteran sponsor for anyone who requested help in Alcoholics Anonymous and would eagerly lead them through the 12 steps. For as long as anyone can remember, Jay's heart and home were open to all, his door was never locked. Jay had a fondness for British sports cars (especially Morgan Cars), travel, dogs, gardening, the Oregon Ducks and his church. Jay is survived by his children, Jay Brandon III, Susan Grant, Lisa Jaqua, Scott Brandon, Tyler Houston, Travis Houston; his grandchildren, Joshua Brandon, Rachael Brandon, Bryce Anderson, Sandra Brandon, Marissa Brandon, Gillian Anderson, Evie Connolly, Riley Houston, Sydney Houston, and Maverick Houston; and the countless lives he sponsored through Alcoholics Anonymous during his more than 30 years of sobriety. Please celebrate his life through those committed to sobriety by making a donation to Dr. Bob's House in Akron, Ohio, or his spiritual journey by donating to the Foundation For A Course In Miracles. Please sign the online guest book at www.oregonlive.com/obits
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