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Matthew C. Brandt Jr.

Posted By DeBord Snyder Funeral Home & Crematory On June 24, 2020 @ 11:22 am In Obituaries | 11 Comments

Matthew C. Brandt Jr., 88, of Millersville, passed away unexpectedly on June 22nd, 2020.

Born in Washington, D.C., he was the son of the late Matthew Sr. and Gladys Brandt.  Matthew and his late wife Dorothy moved to Millersville in the summer of 1970, where they raised their two children, the late Susan J. Liebig and Sandra L. Brandt, currently of Lititz, PA. Matthew will be remembered by his passion surrounding motor vehicles.

He is survived by his daughter Sandra L. Brandt, his three grandchildren Travis M. Liebig of Williamsport, Kristen N. Liebig of Williamsport, Virginia M. Enck of Lititz, as well as his great-grandson, Rory D.R. Liebig.

A public funeral service will be held at 12:00 PM on Monday, June 29th, 2020 at DeBord Snyder Funeral Home & Crematory, 141 E. Orange St., Lancaster, PA 17602.  A visitation will occur from 11:00 AM until the time of the service.   A private ceremony for the close family will follow at the burial site.  In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The Wounded Warrior Project, National Processing Center, P.O. Box 758517, Topeka, KS 66675-8517.


Condolences for the family of “Matthew C. Brandt Jr.”

Condolence from Constance Brandt on June 24th, 2020 1:12 pm

Farewell Dad. I’m so grateful to have had you in my life. I can remember how much you loved camping and that you had an opportunity to go places, fulfilling your dreams. Funny though, you had to have cloth napkins and real silverware. You will be greatly missed. I love you Dad.

Condolence from Allen Snyder on June 25th, 2020 1:56 pm

Dear Matt,
Now that you have left us, the fraternal group of guys who all met while employed at Trailways, is now one less. You will be sorely missed because you were always the “gentleman” of our group. Compared to you, the rest of us were ruffians, but your demeanor had its effect, and slowly rubbed off on us.
We’ll always remember you as the picture perfect Trailways bus driver, and I’ll remember you as one of the best taxi cab owners (“Takoma 18”) and dispatchers for Takoma-Langley cab company.
But, as all good things must end, you moved on to a new endeavor with Yellow Freight in PA, and also to spend your golden years with the love of your life, Dot. Now, you are both together forever.
Rest in peace dear friend.
Love,
Al Snyder and the “Talleywacker” gang: Mack, Peggy, Bill, Pat, Doris and Marilyn

Condolence from Robin on June 25th, 2020 2:49 pm

I just learned of Matthew’s passing today. He was such a dear man, and neighbor. I will certainly miss him. I always enjoyed talking to him, and every time he started his station wagon up, to go somewhere, I could hear it from inside my house. We would laugh about his hot rod muffler.
So long. My friend.

Condolence from David Foster on June 26th, 2020 8:27 pm

Matthew was my uncle and an influential part of my life during my “growing up” years (1970 – 1975). It was the summer before my sophomore year in high school when Matt and Dot and the kids moved to Millersville. I would often spend evenings at their home watching TV or playing cards, especially when Dot was alone with Susan and Sandra while Matt was on the road. There are too many memories to recount, but a massive water battle during one of our large family picnics is one I will never forget. I can say Matt helped me to mature, pointing out things that a man did or didn’t do. I appreciated that he always took an interest in me and what I was doing I could always count on having a good conversation with him. I enjoyed his long stories, his detailed explanations of things, and his sense of humor. Goodbye Matt. I love you. -David Jay.

Condolence from pam rudy Goldy Rudy on June 27th, 2020 7:56 am

Sandi, I am soooooooo sorry for your loss. We always enjoyed spending time and drinking beer with your parents. You have had such a tough few years. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Because I am on chemo, we’re unable to attend Monday. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Love from troy and pam Goldy Rudy.

Condolence from Stephen Bartle on June 27th, 2020 11:35 am

I’m sorry for your loss. Matt was a respected man with great honor and dignity of which I always looked up to. We had wonderful conversations about trucking, Cars, camping and just life in general. You will be missed by so many. My sincerest condolences to Sandi, Virginia and the entire family.

Condolence from Judy Jesiolowski on June 27th, 2020 1:49 pm

You are finally at peace Matt!! We talked about heaven and knowing Jesus so often , I need to believe you are there, reunited with Dot, Susan, my parents and grandparents!!
Maybe, there will be a grand water battle up there??! I will miss you so much but you left behind such wonderful stories of your life!! Thank you for sharing them! I especially loved to hear about your camping experiences!
I will never forget our chili and corn bread dinners together! and our breakfasts at Idas with Mike and Val, occasionally Kristen to spice things up!
Thank you for being my sweet uncle who always made me feel welcome when I came to visit and always made me feel loved!!
I will miss you terribly!! I will see you again! I love you!!!!❤️

Condolence from Rhyan Quinn on June 27th, 2020 11:34 pm

I’ve never left a condolence before. Reading all these wonderful memories with family and friends warms my heart. I was Mr. Brandt’s dog groomer for a little over three years and in that short time I cared deeply for his gentle words, his kindness and stories. I would pick Pepper up at his house and groom her and bring her home. We would get to spend before and after time talking and getting to know each other sharing stories. For all the people who had the chance to spend many years with him, you are very lucky and blessed. I’m deeply so saddened, he was someone I will never forget. He will leave an everlasting impression on my life. My condolence to all his family and friends ❤

Condolence from Donna Millhouse on June 28th, 2020 12:49 pm

Dear Matt,
Thank you for always being so inviting when I would come to visit. You always greeted everyone with open arms and I especially appreciated it. I love you and your family. You and Aunt Dot will forever be in my heart. Much love,
Donna Mayer Millhouse

Condolence from Naomi Parke on June 29th, 2020 11:14 am

Sandi, so sorry for your loss of your father. Just want you to know you are in my thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. May you know the Lord God’s almighty peace and comfort during these days.

Thanks too for all you do to help us residents here at Tel Hai. You make us feel very safe and cared for. Naomi

Condolence from Patsy June (Callahan) Tucker on June 29th, 2020 10:23 pm

Sandi, The word Departure literally means to pull up anchor and set sail. Everything that happens prior to Death is a preparation for the final voyage. Death marks the beginning, not the end. It is our journey to God. Your Dad will be missed dearly just as your Mom and Susan.. You all were a special Family. May God give you strength as you go through this trying time. Hugs. Love. And Prayers. Love you June

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