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Cremation has taken place and no services are scheduled at this time. Memorial contributions can be made in Brandon's name online directly to TROSA (Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers Inc.) https://www.trosainc.org/donate, or by mail to 1820 James St. Durham, NC 27707.
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Brandon Keith Kusz, age 32, passed away on January 23, 2021. Brandon, the adored oldest child of Keith and Gina Kusz, was born in Toledo, Ohio on May 13, 1988. He was a kind gentle man who always thought of others and their well-being ahead of himself. Growing up in Michigan Brandon enjoyed working and golfing with his three younger brothers and many, many friends in the neighborhood. He loved the Detroit Red Wings and Michigan Wolverines. He also remained loyal to the Detroit Lions regardless, enjoying many hours watching the games with his Dad. Brandon held a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Management. He worked for Hitachi ABB in North Carolina before returning to Michigan last spring to live closer to family and began working for Blu Jay Solutions in Holland, Michigan. Brandon is survived by his mother and father and his three brothers Zak (Denise) Kusz, Dylan (Beth) Kusz and Bryce Kusz. He is also survived by his loving busia Blanche Kusz and many aunts, uncles and cousins. Brandon leaves behind his beloved “yorkie” Nipsey to be cared for and loved by his family. Brandon was preceded in death by his grandparents Anthony and Paula Lisiakowski, dziadzia Kenneth Kusz, his aunts Michele and Laura and his beautiful fiancée Samantha Anthony. Brandon touched so many lives in his short life and it was always his hope to help anyone he could who was struggling with the disease of addiction just as he had struggled. We as his family, are so very grateful for the resources and programs that Brandon immersed himself in giving him the gift of sobriety that allowed all of us time to love and enjoy each other longer.