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Brandon K. Lett “Big Lett”

Lester Lackey & Sons Funeral Home

Brandon K. Lett, also known as “Big Lett,” graced this earth from Heaven on Dec. 28, 1982 as the only son of Mr. Robert L. Lett and Mrs. Vanessa Lett. Brandon was born in Conyers, Rockdale County Georgia.

He was a graduate of Rockdale High School. Venturing into his own person, Brandon was an entrepreneur and the owner of Robert Velocity and Courier Company in Conyers. 

Brandon, gave his life to Christ at a very early age and devoted his time at Grace United Methodist Church in Covington. As he grew older he joined the Voices of Faith in Conyers and became a member in 2013. He enjoyed spending time with family and friends, fishing, movies, dinner night and playing video games. Brandon loved spending time with the neighborhood children. He was a role model to many. If there was anything he could do to help a friend or family member he would. He had a loving and kind spirit and his presence would light up a room with his profound sense of humor and enormous spirit.

Brandon was preceded in death by his father, Robert L. Lett; uncle, James Trent Belcher and grandmother, Wylena Belcher. 

He leaves to cherish his impeccable memories, loving mother, Vanessa Lett; devoted fiancée, Chandra Holland; son, Zayvion Holland; sisters, Sheila Todd and Patricia Zachary; aunts, Elizabeth Cornwell, Ulabell Banks, Betty Lett, Juanita Lett, Crystal Belcher, Diressa Belcher, Bianca Belcher and Annie Ruth Bell; uncles, Kenneth Tinsley, and Aubrey Tinsley; devoted cousin and friend Kenyan Tinsley and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Funeral services were held Saturday, July 29 at 1 p.m. at 3145 Washington St., in Covington with Rev. George P. Lanier officiating.



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