On Oct. 20, 2019, Brandon Scott Uhlig of Morristown age 69 passed away after a long battle with cancer. Brandon was born in Wayne Co. Detroit Mich., on Dec. 22, 1949 to father, Otto Clayton Uhlig and mother, Pearl Ann Manning. He grew up in a small suburb of Detroit, Berkley, Mich. Brandon moved to Arizona in the mid-70s. After spending some time in the valley he built a home and business in Morristown. Brandon is best known for his work in the automotive field. His career spanned 52 years restoring and customizing classic cars in addition to doing collision repair. Thirty of those years were at his shop Brandy’s Auto Body in Morristown. From the humble little shop he built many show winning cars, some of which went on to be magazine feature cars. He had clients from all over the country. Always well respected, for his artistic talent and craftsmanship. His youngest son Clayton will continue his fathers legacy and keep the business running strong. Brandon and his wife Marie are also credited in creating and volunteering in the CCMFD in Morristown as firefighter and EMT. Their home served as the fire station and dispatch for several years. Brandon was also known for his kind heart, personality and sense of humor. Over the years his door was always open to someone in need. Brandon loved fishing, camping, golfing and of course, cars. Brandon is survived by his wife of 32 years Marie Cully Uhlig; three sons, Command Sergeant Major Dwayne C. Uhlig, (Brenda) Darrin C. Uhlig (Traci) and Clayton B. Uhlig; as well as his four grandchildren, Caden, McKenna, Brock and Brody.
Graveside service will be held on Saturday, Oct. 26, 2019 at 11 a.m. at Wickenburg Cemetery, 855 Kellis Road.
A Celebration of Life to follow at American Legion Post 12, 176 N. Frontier St., (928) 684-7762. Friends may offer online condolences at www.wickenburgfuneralhome.com.
Arrangements are under the direction of Wickenburg Funeral Home & Crematory.