We had to say goodbye to the man who meant the very most to our family. \nBrett J Brannon passed away on November 17th, from complications related to a staph infection (MSSA).\n\nBrett was born on March 19th, 1968 to Jack and Vickie (Williams) Brannon.\nHe grew up in Sandy, Utah and graduated from Jordan High School in 1986.\nHe married Gina Arcado on September 21st, 1991, and they recently celebrated their 31st Anniversary. They have two amazing sons, Zachary and Zane, who mean the absolute world to them.\n\nBrett began his career as a journeyman sheet metal worker and worked in that industry for 15 years. This is where he gathered the skills and knowledge he needed to start his own business, Cold Front Heating & Air, Inc., in 2005. He built his reputation on integrity, friendliness, word of mouth, quality and hard work. He truly loved his job! His wife and sons are proudly carrying on his legacy and keeping his dream alive.\n\nBrett meant so much to so many people and made a huge impact on all of the lives he touched. He will be remembered for his infectious laugh, larger than life personality, the ability to put a smile on anyone's face, generous nature, willingness to help anyone with anything, at anytime, and so much more. He was our rock, our best friend, our role model, the most loving father, husband, son, and brother. He had the ability to bring everyone together, make life an adventure, and we're so grateful for the life and memories he's given us all.\n\nBrett is survived by his Parents Jack and Vickie Brannon; Wife Gina, Sons Zachary (Dorothy) and Zane; Siblings Tracy (John) Lujan, Shane Brannon, and Jack Brannon Jr.; Nieces Jennifer (Steve) Jones, Sarina Brannon, Megan (Derek) Burr, Nephews Tyler Brannon and Parker (Sam) Brannon.\n\nA Celebration of Life will be held in his honor on January 7th, 2023, from 6:00 - 9:00 pm at Legends Pub & Grill, located at 677 south 200 west, Salt Lake City, UT.\n\nA heartfelt thank you to all who cared for Brett in the ICU Department of Intermountain Medical Center, and KPC Promise Hospital of Salt Lake.