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CPL Brandon Javier Alvarez From Thousand Oaks Is Dead



A sad report coming from the CA Marine is that Corporal Brandon Alvarez from Thousand Oaks is no more.

The report released on Friday morning from Honoring Our Fallen Facebook page said Corporal Brandon Alvarez passed away in the island country of Bahrain on 06 Jun 2021 while on duty in a non-combat related incident.

CA and passed away in the island country of Bahrain on 06 Jun 2021 while on duty in a non-combat-related incident.

Cpl Brandon Alvarez was a proud and dedicated Marine who was serving in Bahrain with FAST Co., Central Marine Corps Security Force Regiment.

He had recently transferred there having previously been stationed at MCAS Miramar.

Born Brandon Alvarez, he grew up in Thousand Oaks, California.

Reports say, after barely just serving two weeks overseas as a marine, Brandon Was found dead in his room and soon returned home to be buried by his family left with hearts broken

Cpl Alvarez will be remembered as a loving son, brother, boyfriend, friend and great Marine. He will not be forgotten. Please pray for the family as they continue to grieve and prepare to lay their hero to rest.

A GoFundme memorial account has been created  by his sister Victor Castellanos:

On June 6, 2021, my mother Maria Cruz received the devastating news that her son Brandon Alvarez, our brother, our friend, an uncle, a boyfriend to an amazing young lady for half a decade and lastly an American hero, was no longer with us on this earth.

We were advised by two local Marine Sergeants of his passing in Bahrain on June 6, 2021, in the early hours.

The Alvarez family is reaching out to family, dear friends, neighbours, acquaintances and all who knew Brandon for their support during this very difficult time. He was an active United States Marine, who was born in Thousand Oaks CA, on January 31 1999.

To all who knew him, he was a kind, generous, loving person who loved and wanted to defend our country. He had many dreams for the future which unfortunately will not be fulfilled.

I, his older brother Victor, who currently is serving in in our great United States Military, well to Brandon, will be organizing this fund in his name and will post updates as they become available. Please help us accomplish our goal by donating what you are able to.

Every little bit helps and your donations will be very much appreciated by our family.
Again, thank you for your kindness.

Brandon will continue to live in our hearts and be greatly missed but never forgotten.

The Thousand Oaks and Conejo Valley community lost a great American warrior and to those who served before him in this amazing community, we will always be united and forever be Thousand Oaks strong! #TOStrong

His mother says that he felt unwelcomed when he arrived in Bahrain and that somebody who served with him possibly may be involved in his death.
Sadly, He passed away on June 5, 2021, Now his family is seeking answers and justice to be served. Please share, so this family can get answers and closure.

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