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Pfc. Brandon L. Buttry
January 10, 1993 - November 5, 2012

Pfc. Brandon L. Buttry

Pfc. Brandon L. Buttry
Jan 10, 1993 - Nov 5, 2012

Pfc. Brandon L. Buttry
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Pfc. Brandon L. Buttry, age 19 of Shenandoah was killed in the line of duty on Nov. 5, 2012 in Kandahar Province Afghanistan.

Memorials may be directed to the family.

Brandon Lucas Buttry was born into the hearts of Don and Pam Buttry. God placed him in their family in August 1996. His birthday is January 10th, 1993.
Brandon was raised on an acreage south of Shenandoah, Iowa. Brandon was homeschooled and completed his GED before enlisting in the Army in 2011.
Brandon had an infectious smile and did not know a stranger.He was all about family and truly enjoyed spending time with his five brothers and eight sisters. Summer vacations to Colorado and California were special to him.He liked fishing,playing video games,was an avid reader and liked history. But most of all back yard sports and board games with his family.Brandon was not afraid to stand up for what he believed in.He accepted Jesus into his heart and loved the Lord with a deep passion.He was very involved with his church at Memorial Baptist. He had a big heart and liked helping with the "Special Adults" VBS and the Awana Programs in his church. He was a great Uncle to his nephews and nieces and loved spending time with them, wrestling, sword fighting and sharing stories with them.
Brandon's childhood dream was to be a U.S. soldier. He loved the Army and was so Proud to serve his country. He graduated from boot camp in April 2012 from Fort Benning, Georgia. His Dad said, "He left a boy and came back a Man." He was stationed in Fort Lewis, Washington Alpha Company I-23 Infantry. He was deployed to Afghanistan in July 2012.
PFC Buttry's award's include the National Defense Service Medal, Afghanistan Campaign Medal with Campaign Star, Global War on Terrorism Service Ribbon ,NATO Medal, and Combat Infantry Badge. Brandon was a soldier in the 1st Battalion 23rd Infantry Regiment, 3rd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 2nd Infantry Division JBLM, Washington.
Brandon is survived by his parents Don and Pam Buttry of Shenandoah, Iowa. Five brothers Luke and (Kathy) Buttry of Riverton, Iowa, Zach, Austin, Noah and Moses. Eight sisters Mandy and (Matt) Poulter of Pella, Ia, Missy and (Andrew) Rock of Prior Lake, Minnesota, Macey, Shantelle, Shamilia, Micah, Savannah, and Shanya. 9 nephews Ethan, Shay, Denzel and Keaton Poulter, Andreas, Carter, Brody and Landry Buttry, and Isaiah Rock. 5 nieces Whitley, Maya and Chelsea Poulter, Halie Buttry and Athulya Rock. Grandparents Sandra Kuntzweiler of Fayetteville, Arkansas, Harry Albright of Cherokee, Iowa, Harriet Buttry of Kansas City, Missouri. He was proceeded in death by his grandfather Chaplain Lieutenant Colonel Lucas Buttry and his favorite cousin Patrick Devlin. Brandon leaves behind a host of relatives, many friends and His Army Brothers and Sisters.
"Brandon was loved deeply, will be missed greatly and will never be forgotten. He was a very brave soldier. Thank you for the sacrifices you made for all of us. You made us and the USA PROUD!" "God has said,"Never will I leave you never will I forsake you."Hebrew 13:5

 
 

wayne Steffen on Nov 16, 2012

It was a great honor to represent the Second Infantry Division Association at your sons services.Greater honor was I and Jan Preston was to be able to meet the two of you personally.It will be added to the list of great things I will remember. Our prayers to your family.

Meredith Whitehead (A Co. 2-54th Family Member) on Nov 15, 2012

So very, very sorry for your loss. From all I have read about Brandon, I can tell that he was an extraordinary young man. Gone much too soon but never forgotten. You have been and will continue to be in my thoughts & prayers.

megan Baucom on Nov 15, 2012

CandleI would just like to say sorry for the loss of Brandon. He was loved by many and I know from the first day I met him he would be a hero like he wanted to always be. I know that he is one of my heros and for that I can never thank him enough.

Larry Winther on Nov 15, 2012

On behalf of the Iowa Veterans of Foreign Wars 20,000 members, we express our sincere sympathies and condolences to the Don and Pam Buttry Family. We share the loss of your son Brandon while he was serving our Nation in a foreign land. Larry Winther, Iowa VFW State Commander.

Larry Clayton on Nov 15, 2012

To the Buttry Family...please allow me to offer my sincere condolences to you for your tragic loss. As a veteran myself, I know that your son gave his life for the principles for which this country stands. Here's hoping that over time your pain will decrease and that you will be able to cherish the good times you were able to share with him...those treasured times to be sure. I will pray that God is with you and sustaining you in your time of grief. My best to you and yours.

Patty (McComb) Laire on Nov 15, 2012

Our prayers are with Brandons family at this differcult time in there lives. Its not easy losing a son so young.

PFC Zachary Lesher on Nov 15, 2012

Me and Brandon met at 30th AG and we graduated Infantry OSUT together. One thing I always admired about Brandon was the way he rose to the challenge. People would try to discourage him and he would prove them wrong.

I remember one time we walked to sick call together, down to Winder. We were talking about military history and had a lot in common. Unfortunately being in separate platoons limited how much time we talked. I am glad we stayed in touch while he was in Afghanistan. He was a good friend and a good solider.

Rest In Peace my brother.

Infantry leads the way.

Kenny Eggers family on Nov 15, 2012

Our deepest condolences to you and your family on your loss.

Kathie, Jim & Trevor Schweiss on Nov 15, 2012

Please accept our deepest sympathies regarding the loss of your son, Brandon.. May you find comfort and peace in his memories. God Bless you all!

Angie Matis on Nov 15, 2012

CandleI can not express enough how sorry my family and I are for your loss of such a young life of a soldier. May he rest in peace and may your family find much comfort from those close to you.

Cindy Trullinger on Nov 15, 2012

To the Buttry Family,
Our prayers and thoughts are with you in the loss of Brandon. He was a awesome kid, who would always come in with you at First Team Video when we were working there as asst. managers. He always had a great smile and personally to match. May his spirit shine bright as he watches over all of us. Thank you, Brandon for keeping us safe and for your sacifice in serving your country. We are so proud to have known you. Sincerely, John and Cindy Trullinger, our children Joey and Constance Beltran

Teresa A Russell on Nov 15, 2012

Thank you for the sacrifices you made for all of us. We will remember you.
May your hearts be lighten knowing he did what he love.
Our thoughts are with you and your family.Hold your head up and be proud of your son.
I know all of us here in Shenandoah, Iowa will always be great full

John A. Greenleaf on Nov 15, 2012

Don, Pam, and the rest of the Buttry family. Words along cannot convey the sorrow that's felt with Brandon's death in the Shenandoah Community. We all are in morning, along with all of you. May God's Blessings be with you as the hurt of loosing PFC Buttry remains in your hearts, and minds.

Carol Jones on Nov 14, 2012

Greg and Kriss Goodell on Nov 14, 2012

We will always remember Brandon when he first came to you, with those LONG eyelashes, big brown eyes and happy grin. What a cutie! It was amazing to see him a few months ago, so TALL and filled out...he loved being a soldier. We ache for you guys...it hurts so much to see you go through this.We wish we could take away your pain. We are praying for you all the time...that God will wrap His arms around you nonstop and bring you peace. Thank you for loving Brandon and showing him the way to Jesus. Turns out that his decision to follow Jesus is the only thing that matters in this whole life...and now look where he is! He is a good soldier for Him...and you will be with him again. Love you guys all so much! Hugs and prayers...

Carol Jones on Nov 14, 2012

Regardless of the circumstance
Regardless of the fear
Regardless of the pain we bare,
Regardless of our fear,

Our God is ever in control
Performing as he should and he has promised in his word to work things for our good.

But as a loving father would,
He sometimes lets us cry,
To cleanse the hurt out of our hearts,
To wash it from our eyes,

Yet gently gathers he the tears,
Within his hand to stay,
Until he turns them into pearls
And gives them back someday.

No one can know you pain but know that I am praying for you and your family. My heart goes out to all of you. PFC Krzemien's MOM

Wendy A Lesher on Nov 14, 2012

Our prayers for Brandon's family, friends and Army brothers. May God comfort you, and ease your pain. May you feel God's love. America is blessed to have had Brandon serve our country. Our country is great because honorable people like Brandon choose to serve it and dedicate their life to making freedom available throughout the world. He will always be remembered. We will always be grateful for his service. God bless his family and all who called Brandon, friend and Brother.

Doris Sandquist on Nov 14, 2012

My love and prayers go out to all of you. Brandon was lucky to have a loving family like yours. I am a veteran's widow, so do appreciate his service to our country.

Tess Cullin on Nov 14, 2012

Pam, Don and all of the wonderful family...Although we never knew Brandon personally, I know that he was a wonderful person because of his home and the love that was shared in your wonderful family. You have our most sincere sympathy and love at this time. We are sending prayers and know that Brandon is looking down on all of you from heaven.

Conny & Jr. Loftis on Nov 14, 2012

Pam and Don Please know you are in our harts Conny and Jr.

Elija, Patrycja, and Harper Farquhar on Nov 14, 2012

To all of the Buttry family, we are so very sorry for your loss of such a wonderful young man. May your knowledge of Brandon's faith carry you all through this most difficult time. We will be forever grateful for his service.

Susan Casciaro on Nov 14, 2012

Thinking of you and praying for your family during this time of loss. God's heavenly army has a new soldier. So thankful for Brandon's service to our country. He is a true American hero.

Susan Casciaro, Columbus, GA
Mom of Aaron who graduated with Brandon from Basic Training

Linda & Wade Ash on Nov 13, 2012

Don, Pam, and family,
Our prayers are with your family durning this difficult time. How proud of your son and brother to fulfill of serving his country to make our life safe. The memories will help you thru the days ahead. May God give you all peace and be with you all.

Villisca on Nov 13, 2012

My prayers go out to PFC Buttry's family.
rest in peace brave young soldier ... rest in peace.

Councilman Aaron Green on Nov 13, 2012

A special spirit was placed in your care. That special spirit heeded the call of duty and served his country with dignity and pride. He shall not be forgotten, but remembered through the halls of eternity.

kristina messerly on Nov 13, 2012

My mom Myrtle Thuman and I would like to say how deeply saddened we are to the Buttry family for your tremendous lose. No parent should have to bury a child. We would also like to say thank you and that we are very honored that your family has allowed us to come and say our final good byes. Thank you and GOD BLESS

The Dady Family on Nov 13, 2012

CandleOur thoughts and prayers are with Brandon's family and friends. God bless you Brandon.
A HERO AN ANGEL

Carolyn Ruhde on Nov 13, 2012

Brandon helping with Special Adult VBS. He believed in what this group is expressing - how to become a Christian!

Carolyn Ruhde on Nov 13, 2012

Brandon loved helping with Special Adult VBS! Thanks Brandon!

Carolyn Ruhde on Nov 13, 2012

Brandon at VBS in 2009. He is right in the middle on the steps.

Diane Simmons on Nov 13, 2012

Brandon was, obviously, an integral part of an incredible family. Pull together in your sorrow over this devastating loss. May the Lord comfort each of you in your sorrow. RIP Brandon.

Cheryl & Ron Dukes--Mesa, AZ on Nov 13, 2012

We wish to send our love and prayers to you-- We know the loss you are feeling but want you to know we appreciate and are very thankful for the service your son has done for us. May GOD bless you and wrap his loving arms around you during this time

jim nerison on Nov 13, 2012

brandon, it was an honor and privalige working with u and gettting to know u if only for a little while, u will be greatly missed, but never forgotten, until we meet again, ltr youngblood, peace.

nick schoenherr on Nov 13, 2012

I wish I had an opportunity to have served along side of you. Knowing how hard you worked at mickey d's you were that good of a soldier. I'm gonna miss you.

Mattie Cahoy on Nov 12, 2012

I have never knew anyone who strived as hard as Brandon did to obtain his dream. I remember him working crazy long hours and asking me if he can take his break to meet with his recruiter. We had many hilarious talks in addition to advice given. He was so innocent yet showed great strength and determination. He NEVER let anyone get him down. Those are traits of coming from a strong family. It still brings tears to my eyes to know that he is gone. He wanted to do something that meant a great deal to him and to be remembered by, that he has done. His hyper enthusiasm and awesome way with people will be missed. Our customers loved him as well. My heart goes out to his family. I also remember how he enjoyed having a large family as I have one myself. I can go on and on about our talks and jokes back and forth, it is those times that make me chuckle to myself as I think while driving since the I heard the news. Once again I pray for the family to have strength during this time and to be oh so proud as you read how many people cared for him and respected all he has done.

Ryan West on Nov 12, 2012

Brandon I'm glad I got to know you. You were such a bright kid. Always positive no matter what people would say. The year you worked for me will not be forgotten. You are going to be greatly missed.

Cortney Harvey on Nov 12, 2012

My thoughts and prayers go out to the Buttry family! I'm so sorry for you loss! Brandon, it was a honor working with you and getting to know you! You were always happy and smiling! You will be missed!

Diane Stambaugh Woods on Nov 12, 2012

Don, Pam and family I am praying for you during this difficult time. As a military mom, I know the joy and pride we feel for our boys as we send them off. I also know that last hug and goodbye will remain in your hearts forever. As you grieve the loss of your precious son, know that many other Christians are lifting you up in prayers. Precious Heavenly Father, please be with your children during this difficult time. Wrap your loving arms around them and hold them close. Guide them and comfort them in the days to come. Thank you Father for the peace you are giving this entire family right now! Amen

Kristi Dorsey on Nov 12, 2012

My thoughts and prayers are with Brandon's family. God bless him and all others who serve to protect our freedoms. The sacrifices these soldiers and their families make are phenomenal and we are forever grateful.

Wilda (Wendy) Morris on Nov 12, 2012

We are praying for the whole Buttry family at this difficult time. May you sense God's presence and draw closer to one another as you grieve this loss.

Wilda (Wendy) Morris, friend of Harriet, Dan and Sharon

Hackett-Livingston Funeral Home on Nov 12, 2012

Brandon with Allison Ruhde on his adoption day.

Hackett-Livingston Funeral Home on Nov 12, 2012

Brandon's Adoption Day

Hackett-Livingston Funeral Home on Nov 12, 2012

Al & Carolyn Ruhde on Nov 12, 2012

Buttry Halloween 2007

Al & Carolyn Ruhde on Nov 12, 2012

Buttry Christmas 2011

Al & Carolyn Ruhde on Nov 12, 2012

We got to spend quality time with Brandon when he was home in May. Love and miss you Brandon.
Prayers for all this special family.

Amanda (Foo) George on Nov 11, 2012

To the Buttry family-- I'm so very sorry to hear about your loss. We will be praying for your family during this time.

Val and Julie Black on Nov 11, 2012

To the Buttry family: We didn't know Brandon personally, but have heard nothing but wonderful things about him. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. Times like this are very difficult, but we know Brandon is in heaven praising and worshipping God and someday you will be with him again. He will be greatly missed.

Vaughn & Ginny Hiaring, Clarinda on Nov 11, 2012

Condolances to Brandon's family and friends. He is an angel now. Bless all of you on a fine patriot, son and brother and may you keep alive the good memories you have in your hearts forever. Remember instead of a sad good-bye... just say, See You Later !

Carpenter on Nov 10, 2012

To the Buttry Family,
Know that complete strangers are lifting you up in prayer. We have MUCH RESPECT for your son. Prayers that your memories will carry you thru this dark time and bring a smile to your heart.

Deb Hayes on Nov 10, 2012

To Brandon's family,
You are all in my prayers during this time. God's love and your faith in His words are what will get you through this tragic time. Please know that the entire community mourns with you at the loss of your son. God Bless you and your family.

Steve & Bernie Huddle on Nov 10, 2012

To all the Buttry family our thoughts and prayers are with you in this very difficult time and. I have no great words of comfort only prayers and tears as I can only imagine the pain you are going through. Thank you Brandon for your service to our country and may you rest in peace

Jim Clark Iowa Asst. State Captain Iowa Patriot Gu on Nov 9, 2012

Mr. and Mrs. Buttry, words are not enough, a hug, a hand shake, a whisper "God be with you". My family and I, extend our heartfelt condolences to you and your family in the loss of your son. Thank you Brandon for your sacrifice and service to our country. May God comfort your family in this time of great sorrow. We will pray for you and your family. It will be a great honor to stand the flag line in honor of Brandon, and support your family. God's Speed.

Gary Christensen, Emerson, IA on Nov 9, 2012

Our hearts go out to the family of PFC Brandon Buttry. May you find peace & strength through God, friends and family. Rest In Peace PFC Brandon Buttry.

Jenny Burkhiser on Nov 9, 2012

A true American Hero - Brandon Buttry with Jenny Burkhiser
Taken in May 2012 at his Going Away Party at Waubonsie Park in Shenandoah, IA

Angel L'Amour on Nov 9, 2012

Nothing rooted in love is ever lost, for it has become part of the living whole. Hold tight to memories for comfort.

Blessings and Love,
Angel L'Amour

Ocean L'Amour on Nov 9, 2012

Candle"I am at a loss for words. Please accept my sincere condolences." I care and want to let you know that I will help you in any way I can. I like to believe that when we lose someone close to us they still live through us and give us strength. The time we have spent with those we've lost makes them part of us. With that thought he'll always be within our minds and hearts. We love you!

Clark Hart on Nov 9, 2012

Don, Pam, and the rest of the family...It was with a heavy heart I read about Brandon's passing. I obviously never knew him, having been away from Shenandoah for many years. But I remember you well, Don, from way back when your Dad pastored the First Baptist Church. I've seen over the years the way God has worked in your lives for your children. Brandon sounds like the finest young man, and unfortunately there have been way too many of them taken from us in the same way. But praise God for the service all of them provided. Your hearts are sad now, but rejoice that Brandon is waiting for you in heaven, and know that there are many friends keeping you in our prayers at this time. God bless you all.

Terry ann Schaper on Nov 9, 2012

CandleI have came to know this young fella guy since he got adopt by Don and Pam Buttry real sweet guy and also we had a fond of him at my daughter's graduation when he came sneaking up at her food table and ask if he could have some more food and my aunt just said yes you may and help yourself he would be so poilted and ask thank you i want so much to be there for his family but just remember i am praying with you all and sorry i wouldnt be in this part i know it hurt but at least he is now with the Lord and Savior and he watch over us.God bless you all Marilyn Kay Parman and Terry ann Schaper Fetz and Brian and Lisa Hummel

Louise Eddington (cousin) on Nov 9, 2012

Don, Pam, and family, There are no words that can come close to expressing the sorrow I am feeling for your loss. I am so thankful that Steve, Mimi, and Frank have been able to be part of the ceremonies for Brandon's final trip home. God bless you all.

Melisa Pelster on Nov 8, 2012

Although I did not personally know Brandon, I'd like to say Thank You. And to his family may God send as many angels down to wrap their wings around you and embrace your hurting hearts. The Flags we fly, blow with freely because of soldiers like Brandon. Bless Brandon and Bless all his family and friends for knowing such a brave young man.

American Legion of Iowa on Nov 8, 2012

On behalf of The American Legion of Iowa's 57,000 members, we convey our deepest sympathies and regrets for your loss.
Commander Lyle Schaffer
American Legion of Iowa State Commander

Kristine Price on Nov 8, 2012

Words cannot express my heartfelt sympathies for you at this time. You have heard the words that every military parent fears and too many will never forget. I pray that God helps you find comfort in knowing I'm not alone when I say how grateful I am that your son was willing to give all to protect the freedoms we enjoy; and also in trying to secure freedoms of those who desire it. I wish you and your family peace and loving memories as you mourn the loss of a fine young man. Thank you for your sacrifice, and for his. In Christian love and American pride, Kristine Price

Jenny (Goodell) Burkhiser on Nov 8, 2012

I will always remember Brandon's beautiful curly dark hair & how he was such a charmer as a kid. He was the friendliest person and it was so sweet, he had trouble sometimes with saying his r's....he often mentioned how he was not as tall as he would have liked.

When I talked with him this last May at his going away party at Waubonsie Park, you could tell that the military was just the right fit for him. He really lit up when he was talking about what it was like at boot camp and how he could not wait to go to Afghanistan. It was amazing to see how the young man who wanted so much to be tall was now well over 6 foot! He had grown in other ways, too.

In October, Brandon messaged me from Afghanistan and he mentioned that he missed food "you could taste," that he was close to everyone in his family, and that he did not have friends he had made there, but instead that he had "brothers."

Brandon is truly a hero & although it is hard to see how God can use this terrible tragedy, I know that Brandon's life, as well as his death, will make an impact on many for generations to come. His life was so meaningful & especially toward its end, full of great purpose.

We loved him as a child and who he became as a soldier. I know he is with Jesus now, the ultimate Commander in Chief, serving Him in glory. I will never forget Brandon & cannot wait to see him in heaven someday.

Buttry family, we are praying continually for you. We are so very, very sorry. Please know that you are loved and thought of always. Brandon will never be far from our hearts and minds. He has left an imprint on our lives forever.

Jenny (Goodell) Burkhiser on Nov 8, 2012

I will always remember Brandon's beautiful curly dark hair & how he was such a charmer as a kid. He was the friendliest person and it was so sweet, he had trouble sometimes with saying his r's....he often mentioned how he was not as tall as he would have liked.

When I talked with him this last May at his going away party at Waubonsie Park, you could tell that the military was just the right fit for him. He really lit up when he was talking about what it was like at boot camp and how he could not wait to go to Afghanistan. It was amazing to see how the young man who wanted so much to be tall was now well over 6 foot! He had grown in other ways, too.

In October, Brandon messaged me from Afghanistan and he mentioned that he missed food "you could taste," that he was close to everyone in his family, and that he did not have friends he had made there, but instead that he had "brothers."

Brandon is truly a hero & although it is hard to see how God can use this terrible tragedy, I know that Brandon's life, as well as his death, will make an impact on many for generations to come. His life was so meaningful & especially toward its end, full of great purpose.

We loved him as a child and who he became as a soldier. I know he is with Jesus now, the ultimate Commander in Chief, serving Him in glory. I will never forget Brandon & cannot wait to see him in heaven someday.

Buttry family, we are praying continually for you. We are so very, very sorry. Please know that you are loved and thought of always. Brandon will never be far from our hearts and minds. He has left an imprint on our lives forever.



Diana Patterson on Nov 7, 2012

We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Your son payed the ultimate price for our freedom. Thank you for sharing his abilities for our freedom. He is a hero. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

R & R Weston on Nov 7, 2012

Don, Pam and family, our heartfelt sympathies we extend to you. May God give you and your family the strength and love to endure not only these next few days but the years to come. Please know family and friends are praying for you at this time. May God BLess you and hold you in "His" arms at this time.

Hackett-Livingston Funeral Home on Nov 7, 2012

Teresa Sandoval on Nov 7, 2012

When he was born January 10, 1993

Ruby & Russell Strange on Nov 7, 2012

May the love of God, friends, and family comfort you during your time of sorrow

Jennifer (Slauter) Langness on Nov 7, 2012

Don, Pam, and family: So sorry to hear about your loss. I know your strong faith in God will pull you through. Take care,

Hank & Mary Lehman Family on Nov 7, 2012

Dear Buttry Family, We were deeply sadden to hear of your loss! May God give you the peace you will need. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

Ginger Vermillion on Nov 7, 2012

My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of need.

Angie Mann on Nov 7, 2012

CandleDon, Pam and family,
I am so sorry to hear of Brandon's passing. My thought's and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. Brandon will never be forgotten for his courage to fight for our freedom and for giving the ultimate sacrifice. May God be with you and your family.

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