Brandon Jesse Schaaf passed away on Tuesday, April 12, 2022, in Las Vegas, NV at age 29.
Brandon was born on December 12, 1992, in Nagoya, Japan to Carol Schaaf. Brandon graduated from Durango High School with an Advanced Honors Diploma. He received his Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and was working towards taking exams for a career in Law; Brandon had a strong commitment to serving others.
A former employee of the Caesars Entertainment, as a Casino Sales Executive
Brandon was a legend for his renowned excellent customer service skills and ability to collaborate well with others. Brandon was an avid reader and loved learning many languages, he was also honored by Mayor Goodman for being Hospitality Hero of the National Travel & Tourism Convention of Las Vegas, he was skilled in martial arts, played the violin, loved Japanese culture, a music lover, and was always quick to find a partner to be first to dance. He was known for his witty sense of humor, love of adventure and a good debate, and for his kind compassionate spirit. He lit up the room when he walked in sharing his love with all!
Brandon is survived by his loving brothers Joshua Schaaf, Jonathan Schaaf, Nicholas Schaaf, Stephen Schaaf, David Schaaf, Christopher Schaaf, and his adoring sisters Monique Schaaf, Rebekah Schaaf, Mariangela Amy Schaaf McCarro, and Celeste Bianchi. He is the cherished brother-in law of Alisa Schaaf, Cecilia Schaaf, Christopher McCarro, Janet Schaaf and precious friends Alessandra Kleips and Christopher Ma.
Brandon is much loved by his many nieces: Brooke, Leilani, Ashley, Sharlene, Erika, Charlotte, Harper, Lydia, Atlas, and Grace. And his nephews: Anthony, Ryan, Troy, Jason, Travis, Hunter, Beirk, and his grand-nephew Braxton. Plus his numerous friends, too many to name but remembered in my heart for the friendship and the many adventures and activities they shared.
There will be a memorial service in honor and remembrance of Brandon’s life at Davis Funeral Homes & Memorial Park on Thursday, April 21, from 11 am-12 pm. Following is a life celebration at Garden Parks Community Center, from 2 pm-5 pm.