Brett Martin Hamilton, of St. Charles, MO, passed away Friday, June 17, 2022, at the age of 60. Treasured husband of Barbara “Bobbi” Hamilton, incredible father of Page Hamilton (Chris Kelly) and Katie Randazzo (Steve Telle) and adored Grandfather (PawPaw) to Layla, Makenna and Charlotte. Cherished son of Yvette Garrison and brother of Stacy (Paul) Velleca. Favorite Uncle to Ashley, Taylor, Ian and Mackenzie, and Great Uncle to Sophia and Madison.
Brett and Bobbi were married 32 years and they were living their best years together. His greatest joy was spending time with his girls and granddaughters. He was the most high-spirited Grandpa constantly being silly and always up for anything they wanted him to do. Comfortable in his role as the only man surrounded by women, he also loved his Chihuahua girls, Penny Lane and Vivian.
Brett loved to fish, fly his drone, do his perler beads, play on his iPad and was always making a new project for someone in the family. Brett loved all genres of music and would blast music and sing as loud as he could at any moment with no care of who was around. Brett relished that he successfully taught Katie and Page the 50-state song. He was the healer of all boo-boos and his specific, yet magical ways are demanded by his granddaughters these days.
Brett was a graduate of the University of Missouri with a degree in mechanical engineering. He completed his masters in International Business at Lindenwood College. He worked as a Sales Engineer for most of his life but the last few years he worked in retail at Home Depot and found he enjoyed that more than anything he had done. Brett was a people person and knew how to make everyone feel special. He would do absolutely anything to get a smile or laugh out of someone and genuinely loved talking to people. Brett was a wonderful man, always cheerful, warm, funny and positive.
There is a huge hole in our hearts but Brett would want us to live every day to the fullest and with maximum happiness to honor his memory.
“Oh you know, you know, you know
You got to Keep on rollin’
Oh, yeah Keep on rollin’
Oh, roll with the changes”
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