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Brandon was raised in Blue Ridge, Georgia. He quickly accelerated in every sport that peaked his interest. In high school, he played Varsity soccer, but he realized his true passion was in motocross, which he proceeded to ride at every given opportunity.
After graduating high school, he pursued a career in welding. Starting his career at GE, he quickly became a popular member for the team, moving his way up to a team lead role. He was an excellent welder, and he brought so much joy and happiness to the workplace.
Brandon had a very unique ability: the ability to light up the room with his presence. His goofy laugh and quirky smile were contagious, uplifting everyone in his surroundings. He had quite a charismatic personality, making him very approachable and likeable from the beginning. Not only was he able to make friends easily, he was always there. Dependable is an understatement to describe Brandon. He would immediately drop was he was doing, pick up any necessities, and bring them without anyone asking. He was an amazing friend and family member.
There is no doubt Brandon loved his family. When he spoke about family, there was so much excitement and happiness that came from his voice. His mother held a special place in his heart. They were so close, and he never strayed far from her side. His relationship with his father continued to grow as they spent time fishing, welding, and fixing vehicles. His siblings had an unbreakable bond and they were there for each other in any circumstance. His face would fill with joy when speaking about Heather and his daughters. He absolutely adored them and expressed how proud he was to call them his family. Seeing his family smile is what brought him the most satisfaction in this world.
Brandon is preceded in death by his grandfather, Henry Walters; grandparents, John and Virginia Cornacchia; Betty Sue Walters, Vicki Walters, and Lynn Ooley.
Brandon is survived by his wife, Heather Cornacchia of Charleston, SC; daughters, Caroline and Alexis Cornacchia of Charleston, SC; mother, Kathi Walters of Ball Ground, GA; father, Jeff Cornacchia of Ellijay, GA; sister, Sabrina Ensley of Blue Ridge, GA; brothers, Jeremiah Cornacchia of Ball Ground, GA, Jeffery Cornacchia of Boulder, CO; aunts, Pam Inabnitt of Indianapolis, IN, Gail Tefft of Roswell, GA; niece, Sierra Cornacchia; nephew, Luke Ensley; cousins, Kimberly Gambert, Matthew Maynard, Don Tefft, and Adam Tefft.
Wednesday, February 8, 2023
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