A Trust Fund is being set up for Brandon's children, in the meantime make cheques payable to Corinne Bernauer that will later be placed in the trust fund.
Brandon was born on December 23, 1988, to Randy and Corinne (nee Loessl) Bernauer in Humboldt. He attended elementary and high school in Humboldt. Brandon and his sister Brittany spent countless hours together quadding, snowmobiling, snowplaning, and many other outdoor activities. Brandon’s greatest love was the outdoors where he could hunt and fish. He also loved motorbikes and snowmobiling. Basically, if it had a motor or trigger, Brandon would be beaming with enjoyment. Brandon was a very social man who loved spending quality time with his family and friends. Many camping trips and fun nights filled with laughter were had sitting around a fire. He also spent many hours at the family farm by Pilger. Being outdoors or on the farm is where Brandon was the happiest. At age 10, he started maintaining the Stoney Lake Park, which he did for several years. Brandon was a hard worker, he always had a job so he could continuously be buying new sleds, quads, trucks, and accessories for his “toys”. He was employed at the Coop C-Store while in high school where he always greeted customers with respect, courtesy, and an infectious smile. After high school, he worked for Lever Enterprises and later, C. Wiesner Welding, where he obtained his Journeyman in welding at SIAST. He then obtained his 1A license in 2009, where he worked for Horizon Fertilizers for a few years. In 2011, he went to work at the Colonsay Potash Mine as a Journeyman Welder and also worked for a short time at TSL Mechanical. He also helped farmers in the area during the busy seasons. At the age of 8, Brandon was diagnosed with Leukemia, but he never let that slow him down. He continued to live life to the fullest. Brandon’s life changed when he met the love of his life, Koralyn Lamping. Together they spent time hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, scouting for deer, camping, and spending time with family. In 2017, Brandon was unable to continue working at the mine due to the return of Leukemia. Brandon never gave up and continued to fight his illness and keep up his faith. During this time, Brandon brought two new puppies into his life, Harley and Bella, who helped him through many challenging times over the last few years. In October of 2019, Brandon and Koralyn were blessed with a son, Boone, who helped him to stay positive and strong. Brandon passed on his love of the outdoors to his little sidekick, “Frankie”. He was also excited to be welcoming another baby into the world this August.
Brandon will be deeply missed and forever remembered by: his love of 6 years, Koralyn Lamping, son Boone and baby on the way; his parents Randy and Corinne Bernauer all of Humboldt; his sister Brittany (Mark) Prodahl, and their daughter Bryer (Brandon’s goddaughter) of Warman; paternal grandparents Marcellus & Roszeta (nee Nett) Bernauer of Bruno; mother-in-law Jamie (nee Moritz) (Blair) Thiemann of Humboldt; father-in-law Terry Lamping of Bruno; brother-in-law Jesse Lamping of Saskatoon; maternal grandparents-in-law Cheryl (Bill) Anholt of Bruno; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and many good friends. Brandon was predeceased by: maternal grandparents Frank & Florentine (nee Eckl) Loessl, and aunt Rhonda (Bernauer) Sleeva.
A Funeral Mass was held on Tuesday, March 22, 2022 at 10:30 a.m. at St. Augustine R.C. Church, celebrated by Fr. Gregory Roth. Interment followed at St. Augustine R.C. Cemetery. Memorial donations in Brandon’s memory may be directed to a trust fund for Brandon’s children (currently being set up so please make cheques payable to Corinne Bernauer and will be later placed in the trust fund) or Humboldt District Hospital Foundation.
Humboldt District Hospital Foundation (General Equipment Fund)
14th Avenue, Humboldt SK S0K 2A0