In Passing – May 2024

Brandon Eudeen Webb

Brandon Eudeen Webb

Brandon Eudeen Webb was born on Dec. 10, 1976 in Rochester, Mich., and passed away unexpectedly on March 13, 2024, in his adopted home state of Arizona. He was 47 years old.

Brandon grew up in Metro Detroit, Mich., and later made his home in Catalina, Ariz. He was a huge music lover, an avid collector of Pixies memorabilia, and a musician himselfa guitarist and singer like his Papa Campbell. He fronted the band Lahzi Daze in Detroit and later founded his touring band, Carnuba, in Prescott, Ariz.

Brandon was also a visual artist, starting his visual arts career in Prescott, specializing in murals and faux finishing. He decided to take his design interests further and study Interior Design at The Art Institute of Tucson, where he graduated with honors, Alpha Beta Kappa, in 2015, earning his B.A. in Interior Design.

After graduation, he owned and operated his own successful interior design firm, The Artful Space in Oro Valley, Ariz. He served many clients throughout the state, using his design talents to help his clients turn their houses into dream homes.

Brandon loved adventuring and snuggling with his son, Jonah, and his favorite part of the day was taking him to school. He also loved his childhood stuffy (Sugarpuss), listening to the Pixies, making fun of his mom, and hiking with his family.

Brandon relished playing practical jokes, BBQing, having taco Tuesdays with his family, eating pistachios and drinking V8, detailing his car or cleaning house while listening to more Pixies, and chatting it up with his sister after a long day.

He held a passion for gardening, tending to his chickens and goats (and making sure everyone knew how many farm fresh eggs he had), botany, geology, design, home and yard projects, any opportunity to wear his Campbell kilt, skateboarding, and again, the Pixies.

Brandon was a generous and tender person, filled with so much talent, laughter, and love. He will be deeply missed and forever cherished by many.

Brandon was preceded in death by his father, Ron Webb; his papa and grandma, Frank and Sheila Campbell; his grandfather and grandmother, Willie and Helen Webb; his aunt, Karen Ladendorf; and one of his closest pals, Marty Love.

Brandon was survived by his wife Lara, his son Jonah, who he loved so deeply and tenderly, and Jonah’s three half-siblings who Brandon also loved and provided for; his mother Kim and stepdad Herb, his sister Shenyah, her husband Rick, and their children Zenikaya and Tigerlilly; His stepmom Anita and step-siblings Vince and Michelle; his stepbrothers Evan and Ethan; and a host of loving relatives and friends far and wide.

His Celebration of Life will be hosted at 1130 E. Calle de La Cabra, Tucson, Ariz., on May 4. The service will begin at 2 p.m. and a dinner of Brandon’s favorite foods will follow. For more information or to RSVP, please reach out to [email protected].