Born June 3rd , 1976, to Thomas Edward Tharp and Cheryl Ann (Turner) Tharp of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma the youngest of two sons. He passed away while under the care of OU Medical Center staff at the age of 47 on October 24th , 2023.
He is survived by both his parents and his brother Justin Tharp of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He was a loving, kind, responsible son. As a brother he could be stubborn and set on his own way, but also generously forgiving and thoughtful. He was never afraid to get involved in your struggles, pick you up and support you through.
As a father and grandfather, he is survived by his children Paige McDonalds, Alexis Abraham, Brooklyn Shirley, Drake Tharp, and Landon Tharp as well his grandchildren Navayah Morrell, Ezra Ackerman. All of which were the center of his world, he took great pride and enjoyment in being their father. He also loved being an uncle to his surviving nieces and nephews Paige Tharp, Hunter Tharp, Turner Tharp, Olivia Murrah, and Natalie Tharp.
Brandon was an avid lover of the outdoors and outdoor living. He embraced nature in all its forms, variety, and weather conditions. He loved to be in the field hunting and fishing as our father taught us. Especially when it involved sharing the experience with his family and friends. He loved his pets both domestic to include several dogs and cats and exotic to include an 18 ft female albino reticulating python named Asphyxia.
He was a model signed with The Tabb Agency and enjoyed some small acting work. He had a passion for the martial arts for which he was more than proficient in several disciplines. He worked in home construction as a house framer and general contractor. He had a passion for the realty industry where he discovered a talent for salesmanship supported by his natural charisma and positive energy. He started his own realty company Tharp Realty LLC.
He never shied away from sacrificing his time and talents to help friends and family. With his bright smile and infectious positive attitude, he blessed us all by his life and great example.
Rest in peace Brandon. May God keep you forever blessed in His graces, and grant you, His peace.