Roxanne Marie “Roxy” Hamilton-Brandt
May 16, 1962 – March 23, 2019
Age 56. Preceded in death by parents, Mary Clare and Donald Brandt; mother-in-law, Nancy Lee Hamilton; brother-in-law, John Hamilton. Survived by wife, Christine Hamilton-Brandt; stepsons, Matthew Krakowski and Andrew Krakowski; siblings: Marty Brandt (Micki), Mike Brandt (Tina), Terry Brandt (Marilyn), and Peggy Brandt; sisters-in-law: Tricia Marsh (Karl), Mary Alexander (John Escher), Lori Hamilton, and Becky Brandt; adopted brothers, Tim Roethig and Tommy Misch; nieces and nephews: Andy, Katie, Daisy, Ethan, Sophie, Sam, Hailey, Meagan, Ian, Richard, Alex, Danny, Amber, Mia, Emori, Ford, Jennifer, Jason, and Caitlan; grandnieces and grandnephew: Jacquelyn, Stella, Olivia, and Archie; beloved dogs on Rainbow Bridge, Heywood and Gidget; so many family and friends who loved and cared for her and about us.
The family will receive friends on Friday, March 29th from 4pm to 7pm at the West Center Chapel. Services: Saturday, March 30th at 5pm at the West Center Chapel. Inurnment, Evergreen Memorial Park.
In lieu of flowers, donations are suggested to the family to support the many causes that were near and dear to Roxy’s heart.
Roxy…….I will miss you gal .
Chris, we are praying for you.
Roxy, you were always such a delight at work. Always positive, could make anyone’s day brighter. This is a loss to all of us.
The world just will not be the same without you, Roxy.
Chris, you are in our thoughts and prayers.
My heart hurts for you and Roxy. You both have been through so very much and have weathered everything with smiles, humor and much love. Thinking of you. God Bless You Roxy!!
Chris, thank you for taking such amazing care of Roxy these past few years and making her life complete in every way. Roxy was one of a kind and you two were made for each other.
Chris, I’m so sorry for your loss. Anyone could tell how devoted you both were. She was a bright light in dark times, her compassion will never be equaled. Everyone who knew her loved her. She never met a person she couldn’t relate with and such a great sense of humor. She will be missed. I wish the best for you and your extended family.
Rox, there’s never going to be enough room to say the things I want to say so I think I’ll just mention the funny laughs. Dairy Queen, Quit Staring at Me!, Your Cast Stinks!, Hi Dogs!, Hey Hooker!, The Blonde is Here, I’ll Pay You for Your Homework, Should My Great Aunt Die Again?, and I’m sorry but your ex-husband is my spirit animal 🙂 I know you’re up there playing with all the dogs in some sweet lookin’ kicks. Love you, the blonde xxxooo
Roxy, you will be so dearly missed by so many. Your laughter and wit were singular, and know how many people you made laugh and feel good about themselves while you had your own challenges. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your close and extended families, and you won’t be forgotten. ‘Til we see each other again…
Roxy was an amazing person. I am so fortunate to have met her. Even though the time I spent with the two of you was brief it was clear to me how devoted the two of you were to each other. Without knowing it you have inspired so many. Bless you and Roxy’s entire family. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Chris, Roxy did right when she married you! You and your family truly “offered it up,” all these years with love, caring and support, during the good times and bad. Thank you for accepting her into your fold, and making her life complete. You are an awesome sister in-law. With love, Micki and Marty
Chris, You and your family are in my prayers and thoughts!
Chris, I didn’t know Roxy except through your eyes, but from your stories I know she was laughed with, cherished and supported. And, above all, loved. God bless you all.
Chris, Jim and I were said to hear of Roxie’s passing, but know she is in a good place where all the pets of past will have greeted her.
Hugs for you,
Cindy Workman & Jim Fackler
Rox, the most funny, happy,loving and unique person you will ever meet. You touched so many people in ways you will never know.Thank you for your friendship. Chris, and family sending thoughts your way.
I’m so sorry for your loss Chris. From my little time around her, Roxy was vibrant and genuine. What a fighter!!
Chris, my thoughts are with you and your family.
You have been and will be an admirable and exemplary couple.
Roxy had the greatest laugh in Omaha.