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Karl Brandeberry

Karl George Brandeberry, 73, of Findlay, passed into glory on Oct. 9, 2022.
Karl was born to the late Harold R. and Clara (Keifer) Brandeberry on July 1, 1949, in Findlay. Karl met the girl of his dreams, Susan Eileen Brown and they married at Our Lady of Consolation Church in Carey, on Feb. 11, 1972, and she survives.
Karl is also survived by his three children: a son, Jeremy J. (Cassidy) Brandeberry of Nevada and two daughters, Sandra Lee (Jamie) Schreiner of Simpsonville, S.C., and DyAnna Sue (David) Scott of Columbus; five beautiful granddaughters, Chelsea, Ashley, Brookelynn, Lauren and Lilly; and one grandson, Joseph. Several brothers and sisters survive Karl as well: Paul, Glen, Lance and Be Brandeberry, Doreen Williamson, Leanne Myers, Barb Hoff, Vickie Clay and Blondina Bucher.
He was preceded in death by brothers, Ray Allen, Albert and Harvie Brandeberry and sister, Laquita Brandeberry.
Following high school Karl served our country in the United States Army, where he was stationed at Fort Lewis, Washington, and then spent time overseas. After leaving the military Karl worked at Whirlpool Corporation for 23 years and then later became self-employed. From 1992 to 1995, Karl attended World Harvest Bible College. During his time in college, Karl began a food ministry, “victory storehouse,” helping fellow students and others who were in need. Karl enjoyed attending Only Believe Ministries where he was active helping run camera during church and overseas mission services. Karl was ordained May 25, 2012. His ministry primarily was to help others in their need, encouraging, praying and sharing the love of Jesus.
Always a family man, his best times were spent being with family and friends.
Visitation for family and friends will be held from 10 a.m.-noon on Saturday, Oct. 15, at Kirkpatrick-Behnke Funeral Home, Findlay. A funeral service will follow at noon and will be officiated by the Rev. Ed Ingram. Military rights will be conducted by the Hancock County veterans memorial squad.
Memorials may be made to Only Believe Ministries, 13815 Botkins Road, Botkins, Ohio 45306.
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