Our hearts are burdened with sorrow and grief as we try to cope with the loss of our loved one, taken so unexpectedly.
Tears of sadness rain down upon us, while questions remain unanswered, yet still we manage to set aside any differences and come together, supportive of one another, understanding of each other's pain.
And together we rise up
An together we Rejoice.
We Rejoice and we are thankful for we share one common blessing... .that blessing being the life of our dear Brandyn Michael Roberts.
A son, a grandson, a brother, a nephew, a cousin, a special gift to us all.
We stand together celebrating the life of Brandyn and ask for only the same in return.
Brandyn Michael Roberts, 23 years old. Son of Nicole (Roberts) Cochran, engaged to Christopher Hardy of Coatesville, and J. Michael Strouse of Pottstown. Grandson of Alfred and Dorothy (Rossiter) Roberts of Elverson and Ms. Anne Strouse of Pottstown. Brother of Austin Cochran and Malena Cochran both of Elverson. Nephew of Troy & Courtney (Reitnour) Roberts of Boyertown, Tom and Deneen (Roberts) Cirafisi of Limerick, Danielle (Roberts) Stoltzfus of Elverson and Tammy (Strouse) Neuman of Pottstown. A godson and great-nephew of Timothy Rossiter of Phoenixville. And a cousin to so many but so very loved by all.
We celebrate his life and his passions, such as photography and skateboarding, wood burning and sports... ..most specifically his love for football, a sport of which he played while attending Owen J. Roberts High School, graduating in 2012. Dallas Cowboys was a favorite of his that which he shared with his father.
He was a good hard worker most recently employed by the Pottstown Tent Rental Company located in the Limerick area.
He enjoyed listening to music and writing his own rap songs and making people laugh.
We have all been so blessed by his presence in our lives and we will never allow his memory to be forgotten. Brandyn had such a fun, loving, warm, happy personality that drew everyone to him. He was well-mannered and full of life. Anyone who had the pleasure of having Brandyn in their life had the greatest gift of all. He always put others before himself. He did not have a selfish bone in his body. Brandyn will forever live in our hearts and we will see him again... ..but for now he will be watching over all those who were loved by him and who loved him dearly.
A private memorial service for the family will be held at their convenience.
Contributions may be sent to St. Vincent United Church of Christ In memory of Brandyn Roberts, 137 Ridge Road, P. O. Box 454, Phoenixville, PA 19460.