Braden Anthony Douglas
7/30/2000 - 4/24/2021

 

Braden Anthony Douglas, 20, of Princeton Texas, died on April 24th at The Medical City of McKinney with his family by his side.  Funeral services will be 10:00 A.M., Thursday, April 29, 2021 at Coker-Mathews Funeral Home Chapel with Dr. James Ralson officiating. Visitation will be 2:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M., Wednesday, April 28, 2021 at the funeral home. Burial will be in Sonora Cemetery.

Braden was born in Junction City, Kansas on July 30, 2000 to Marc Douglas and Delita Fagan.

Although only 20, Braden made huge impacts on so many lives. Braden was a loving son to Marc and Delita, brother to Gage, Madison and Alli, a grandson to Rod and Marje, and an amazing Uncle to Presley.

Braden cared about others in the kindest way. He loved with all of his heart and then some. Braden had such great goodness, such a capacity to bring happiness to others and such a bright future. The world is a lesser place without him.

He enjoyed doing what most 20 year olds enjoyed, playing video games, watching movies, and spending time with the ones he loved. Braden also enjoyed holidays, especially thanksgiving. A day to get together with family, share stories and memories while sharing the most memorable laughs.

Braden shared so many memories with everyone. He enjoyed watching just about any sport with his father, Marc, He enjoyed the typical scary movies with his siblings, and doing just about anything and everything with his mother, Delita. The bond he had with his family was unbreakable.

He is survived by his parents, Marc and Delita Douglas; brother, Gage Lindenzweig; sisters, Alexandria Douglas and Madison Lindenzweig; grandmother, Marje Douglas; grandfathers, Rod Douglas and Donnie Wooten; aunts and uncles, Melissa Robinson and husband, Kyle, Lana Fagan, Donnie Wooten and wife, Emilee and Terri Hurst and husband, Mitchell; niece, Presley Power and numerous cousins.

He was proceeded in death by his grandmother, Rita England.

Pallbearers will be Cameron Coker, Daniel Davidson, Tyler Smith, Austin Smith and Mitchell Hurst.

Honorary pallbearers will be Kyle Robinson and John David Manley.

We are requesting that you limit the size of the gathering due to concerns regarding the current health crisis.  Please feel free to come and pay your respects but practice social distancing.  Masks are required in the funeral home.

 




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