One particular interest that Brandon and his father shared was an appreciation for fast cars.
Perhaps most importantly, they never lost to rival Portage Northern.
He was also known for his extensive collection of Jordan brand shoes.
Brandon played Rocket Football and baseball through the West Portage Little League, while rooting on his beloved Bulls and the Detroit Lions.
His first love was baseball until a foul tip in the batting cages broke his nose one afternoon; shortly thereafter, Brandon decided to focus more of his attention on the safer sport of football.
Still, Bulls fans knew they had a superstar in the making and sensed something special about the upcoming season.
Just months before he would lead the Bulls to their first of six NBA Championships in eight years, one of Jordan’s biggest fans was born.As an infant, Brandon could down his bottle in just minutes; his appetite was necessary to fuel his curiosity, but he never lost his enthusiasm for mealtime as the years went by.As Brandon grew, the Mc Intyre family grew along with him.Friday, June 7, 2019 PM to PM EDT Betzler Life Story Funeral Homes Kalamazoo Location 6080 Stadium Drive Kalamazoo, MI 49009 (269) 375-2900 Food and refreshments will be served. Driving Directions Brandon Stephen Mc Intyre—loved father, fiancé, son, grandson, and friend—lived his life with passion and energy.From his hobbies and interests to his two young children, Brandon was fully invested in whatever he was doing.Newlyweds John and Heidi Mc Intyre welcomed their first son, Brandon, into the world on April 23, 1990.