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Jason E Brand
Jason E. Brand passed away on February 14, 2021 after fighting an aggressive 36 day battle with COVID. He was born on May 29, 1971 in Baxter Springs, Kansas. Jason graduated from Wyandotte High School in 1989 then attended OSU Okmulgee Tech for Diesel Technology. He had a lifelong career in Diesel Mechanics starting at Tulsa Transit and continuing his passion at Tulsa Technology Center, Wonder Bread, and was currently working at Cummins, Inc. in Arlington, Texas. He was a part of starting, owning, and running Brand New Pool Service since 2016. On November 17, 1997, he married Zora Beth Woods. Together, they had three amazingly insane children: Kayla (22), Kyle (20), and Megan (19). They all lived in Cleveland, Oklahoma until they moved to Midlothian, Texas in 2005. Jason’s first priority in life was loving, laughing, and playing with his family. He shared his love of music with his family although almost no one could beat him at music trivia. He also enjoyed anything that went fast from RC cars to his ATVs to many, many vehicles that he worked-on or drove. His favorite indoor activities included Youtube, Netflix, watching football, and playing video games while feeding the dogs snacks behind Beth’s back. Throughout his life, Jason was a man who loved everyone he came into contact with—even if he had a hard time expressing it—whether it was through poker, ornery jokes, coaching, leading a room full of people, or just a connection that came about through chance. There was not a person that he came into contact with that was not affected or loved by his infectious laughter and pure heart. Jason was preceded in death by blue-eyed Bella 🐾 (dog). He is survived by his wife, his children, and his beloved dogs. Jason is also survived by his parents, Pamela (Pulley) Mathis and her husband, Joe, and Daniel Brand and his wife, Barb, his sister, Kelly Mathis, and his grandmother, Betty Pulley, as well as many other friends and family. We will have two different Celebrations of Life to honor Jason. The first one will be held on Sunday, February 28th, 2021, at Blaine Stone Lodge (5331 Weatherford Rd, Midlothian, TX 76065) in Midlothian, Texas. It will be a come and go from 1pm to 5pm. The second one will be held on Saturday, March 6th, 2021, at Claremore Conference Center (1400 W Country Club Rd, Claremore, OK 74017) in Claremore, Oklahoma. This will also be a come and go, and it will be from 1pm to 5pm. The family asks for guests to wear whatever they feel is comfortable and respectful to them. If visiting, masks will be required and worn properly. There will be hand sanitizer available around the room and single-use masks for anyone who might need one or want one. In lieu of flowers, the family would like cards, letters, or emails with cherished, funny, and/or important memories of Jason. With the memory, please include your name, your relationship to Jason, and possibly the timeframe of the memory. Please email memories to [email protected] or mail to the Brand family . Condolences for the family may be offered at
Condolence Messages

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  1. I did not have the opportunity to work with Jason at Cummins, but I am very sorry to hear of his passing. We are thinking of his family at this very difficult time and praying for them.

  2. Such an amazing man. I will miss hearing him and my brother argue about whose sister was worse along with all the teasing he did, was just like having another brother around. He will be greatly missed by both all.

  3. So very sorry to hear of your loss. May you find comfort in knowing that Jason is not suffering but is in a beautiful place with loving family members (ancestors) who have gone on before him.
    My love and prayers are with you.

  4. I never had the chance to meet Jason myself but I was able to work with his daughter Kayla when I was younger. Meeting her and reading about this man, I know he was nothing short of amazing and wonderfully loving. My dearest condolences and prayers go out to his family and friends.

  5. My heart and prayers go out to your family. The Oklahoma connection made Jason and I fast friends. He always made me laugh. He was an amazingly good natured person who always greeted me with a hug and a smile. I’m feel fortunate to have known him. Love you guys

  6. Gosh what a huge loss this is! My heart is saddened for all of the family. My game nights with the family just won’t be the same without Jason. Praying for all of the family! All my love!

  7. My condolence to Jason’s family. I am so very, very sorry.
    ( classmate and neighbor to Joe Mathis)

  8. We didn’t have the pleasure of knowing Jason, but we are dear friends of his father Dan and his wife Barb. We are so very sorry for the entire family in your loss. Our prayers are with each of you, and special hugs to our good friends Dan and Barb. We love you both…. Rest in peace Jason.

  9. Though I never met Jason, I share a deep love for Dan &. Barb whom I know through my son Mark Long. My heart goes out to all of this sweet family and many prayers for each of you. My God give you peace as only He can do. Sending my heartfelt sympathy .
    Bonnie. Long
    Maumelle, Ar.

  10. He will be very missed… I have had the pleasure of working with Jason for more than a decade. We will pray for the family and healing. God Bless!

  11. Sooo sorry for your loss Beth. I have been their with my wife passing away a year and 3 months and a brother a month ago. You have some special memories of Jason to hang on to. I’m a friend of your mother. I’ll be praying for you and your family 🙏🙏🙏

  12. Dear Beth,
    I had the pleasure of meeting Jason through our relationship at Cummins. We are so very sorry for your loss Beth… We will keep you and your entire family in prayer. Jason treated me as a friend. Of which, I am very grateful. It was an honor to spend time with him. He was kind, open and fair. This is the testimony of any life wonderfully lived. Will miss an opportunity to have another meal with him at lunch. But, will hold fondly the time we did spend together. He loved his family… and we would talk about our families when we got together. He will be missed by so many.. especially you and your children. For this, there are no words other than we will be thinking of you and your family. Again, praying for you Beth! May God bless you with the comfort and support needed at this time.

  13. Sweet, sweet Brand Family. I can’t even begin to imagine what you are going through, and I am so sorry for your loss. I’ll always remember Mr. Jason as a sweet, goofy father and a loving husband. He was always cracking jokes and making people smile. He expressed his love this way, and it was through his humor that you truly saw the depths of his love for his family and friends. I love all of you, and you have been and will continue to be in my thoughts.

  14. Thoughts an prayers to all.
    I knew Jason as a supplier to Cummins but became a friend that could discuss all issues. You always knew what his opinion was and where you stood on issues

  15. Hi Pam. This is Linda Bond Stark. I am so sorry for your loss of your son. I am praying for you and the family for the comfort only God can give. My love to you and your Mom.

  16. I am so sorry to hear of your Son’s passing. You are all in my prayers. May God hold each one of you in His loving arms & give you peace that passes all understanding.
    Love, Lynn Smith (friend of Dan & Barb)

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