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Obituary for Brandon M. Casper

Brandon Michael Casper, age 24, of Plymouth, WI passed away unexpectedly on Saturday, April 15, 2017.

He was born in Springfield, IL on March 16, 1993, son of Timothy and Joan (McDermott) Casper.

Brandon attended Tri City Elementary School in Buffalo, IL and Fairview Elementary in Plymouth. He attended Riverview Middle School, also in Plymouth, and Plymouth High School.

He later achieved his GED and HSED with High Honors. He was accepted at both University of Wisconsin/Milwaukee and Lakeshore Technical College for the fall 2017 semester to begin his secondary studies. He was an avid reader and could finish a large book in a day easily.

Brandon worked as a Packaging/Sanitation associate for Staff Management at Johnsonville Sausage. He loved his work and his co-workers. He loved watching and bragging about the Chicago Cubs, Chicago Blackhawks, and Pittsburgh Steelers. One of the greatest moments in his life was the day the Chicago Cubs won the World Series. He was also an avid race fan and particularly enjoyed watching Formula 1 racing. He was able to proudly watch Sebastian Vettel, his favorite F1 racer, win the first F1 race of the 2017 season.

Brandon's other love was that of music. He was an accomplished musician that could play multiple instruments and, more recently, became very accomplished at making and mixing his own electronic music.

Brandon's greatest trait was his intelligence. His teachers, co-workers, friends and family all commented frequently about his intellectual abilities. He could sit and watch a Jeopardy game on TV and could compete with or outsmart the participants regularly. He could fill up a room with laughter, and could cook just about anything. He was great at developing his own delicious
culinary concoctions.

He was a dog lover. He was devastated by the loss of his beloved Pug, Ginger, in 2015. He loved his dog Jack just as much. Jack was with him when he passed.

Brandon will be missed by all of the people whose lives he touched and enriched with his wonderful personality and talents.

Survivors include: Parents: Timothy and Joan Casper of Plymouth; Brothers: Timothy J (TJ) Casper of Sheboygan and Nicholas Casper (friend: Karly Knaus) of Plymouth; Sister: Courtney Casper of Plymouth; Grandparents: Lila Johnson of Springfield, IL, John (Jack) Sr. and Mary McDermott of Chatham, IL; Aunts and Uncles: Eileen and Steven Parn, Anthony Casper, Jean and Al Fitts, all of Springfield, IL, Mary Seton and William Smart Sr. of Hatboro, PA, William Sr. and Kristin McDermott of Loveland, OH, John (Jack) Jr. and Connie McDermott of Hagerstown, MD, Sandie and Scott Wilson of Bloomingdale, IL, Brad and Debra Casper of Orlando, FL; Cousins: Carolyn (Mark) Farrington, William (Meghan) Smart Jr., Amy Higgs Barwick, Stephanie (Mike) Chesla, Daniel Smart, Tom (Meghan) Smart, Kathleen Smart, William McDermott Jr., Brian Smart, Madison McDermott, Jon Owen Parn, Matthew McDermott, Michael Cowden, Scott Wilson, Ryan Wilson, Rachel (Mark) Maher, Melanie (Rodney) Hashman, Darren Wilson and Carly Casper. He had 8 second cousins.

Brandon was preceded in death by grandfathers Albert Casper and Dale Johnson.

Visitation will be held on Saturday (April 22, 2017) from 1:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. at the Suchon Funeral Home in Plymouth with sharing of stories and memories taking place at 4:00 P.M. Cremation has taken place.

In lieu of flowers, donations are requested to Mental Health America in Sheboygan County at http://mhasheboygan.org/about-us/donate/

The Suchon Funeral Home and Cremation Services of Plymouth is assisting the family. For online condolences, please visit www.suchonfh.com.


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Plymouth, WI 53073

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