Brandon Tsai

March 19, 1989 ~ November 14, 2022

Born in: Las Vegas, Nevada
Resided in: Roanoke, Texas

Brandon P. Tsai, 33, passed away on Monday, November 14, 2022 in the line of duty in Dallas, Texas.

Brandon was born on March 19, 1989 in Las Vegas, Nevada to Paul Roger Tsai and Ann K. Hsu. He received his Finance degree from Cal State Northridge. Brandon was a man of integrity and always wanted to be a law enforcement officer. He graduated from the Police Academy in 2015 and began his career at the LAPD and proudly served with them for five years. Later in January of 2022, he began with the Grand Prairie Police Department. Brandon’s incredible caring nature, willingness to help and listen made law enforcement his true calling. He was always able to accomplish whatever he set his mind to.

Brandon was a man of simple needs, he was a minimalist. He was always very polite and well respected by everyone he came across. He always had a very calming demeanor and was soft spoken. Brandon was an avid camper and enjoyed spending his free time in the great outdoors. He enjoyed his guns and going to the gun range and loved cars, especially his Corvette and Mustang.

Brandon always had a passion for food. He loved Dim Sum, Korean bbq, sushi, street tacos and good old Texas barbeque. He just loved them all.

Survivors: Father, Paul Tsai; mother, Ann Hsu; younger sister, Staci Tsai; loving girlfriend, Brittany Stout; and her daughter, Kinsley Stout (whom he knew since she was 3 and half).

Services

Public Visitation: Monday, November 21, 2022 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Gateway Church, Grand Prairie
2404 N. Carrier Parkway
Grand Prairie, TX

Funeral Service: Monday, November 21, 2022 11:00 am

Gateway Church, Grand Prairie
2404 N. Carrier Parkway
Grand Prairie, TX

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  1. CandleImageMy deepest sympathy to the family, friends, and brothers/sisters in blue of Officer Tsai. Heroes are never forgotten.
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  2. CandleImageRest in peace my cousin. Thank you for growing up with me with grandma. You are my closest cousin but really felt like your were my little brother. I remember you loved apple green tea when we were in Hong Kong. Going to the Airsoft stores in HK. Well my cousin farewell and we will meet again one day! I’m sorry you left this world that early in life. When you go to heaven go look for grandma she will be waiting for you!

  3. It breaks our hearts losing such a wonderful person from our lives. You were a kind and generous person with such a big heart and knowing you lost your life doing what you loved brings some comfort. RIP The Sodaro Family

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