Cole Brandt Obituary, Death – Cole R. Brandt, who was 9 years old and from Lititz, went away abruptly on February 10, 2023, which was a Friday. He received all of his early education in Lancaster, where he was also born and raised. There, he received his upbringing from his parents, Tyler R. and Nicole R. Brandt. Cole was enrolled full-time at John R. Bonfield Elementary School, which he named as his primary educational institution. He was currently in the third grade there.
His favorite activities to do were things like going camping, collecting rocks, playing with his sister, and making things with Legos and blocks. In addition to his parents, he has two siblings who are still living: a brother who goes by the name Carter M. Brandt and a sister who goes by the name Layne M. Brandt. The name of the maternal grandfather was Dan Brandt, and the name of the maternal grandmother was Vicky L. “Gram” Boehler. Both of these names are paternal.
Both of these people belonged to the branch of the family that was descended from the father. My maternal grandfather was known as “Grampy” Heisey, and my maternal grandmother was known as “Nan” Heisey. My paternal great-grandfather was named Robert Heisey. My maternal grandparents’ names were Stephanie and Robert, and Robert was my maternal grandfather. Bruce Snyder, often referred to as “Pap” Snyder, was the step-grandfather on the mother’s side. Robert “Pappy” Heisey was a man who was my great-grandfather on my mother’s side of the family. His name was Robert Heisey.
The Time of Remembering is set to take place on SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2023 from 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM at the Columbia Crossing River Trails Center, which can be found downtown Columbia at 41 Walnut Street. Workman Funeral Homes, Inc., which has sites in both Columbia and Mountville, is the one in charge of making the necessary arrangements at this time. Please visit the website dedicated to condolences if you would like to submit your condolences in an electronic format.