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Brandon Matejovsky

Brandon Jon Matejovsky passed away peacefully on Feb. 16, 2024.

He was born on Sept. 6, 1976, to Dave and Kay Matejovsky in Wolf Point, Mont.

After graduating from Wolf Point High School, Brandon started his first job with the Roosevelt County Road Department, where he loved working alongside his dad. Brandon proudly served on the Wolf Point Volunteer Fire Department for 10 years. During his tenure, he was elected as the training officer to which he took great pride. Brandon loved serving his community and was always willing to suit up in the “Sparky” costume and walk along the parade route on those hot stampede days. The biggest highlight for Brandon while on the department was when he had the opportunity to share his passion for firefighting with his brother Dana when he joined.

Brandon married Melissa Whitney in 2006 and then welcomed his son, his pride and joy, Maxton Matejovsky. He enjoyed spending time with his son, swimming and going to car races and was always Maxton’s number-one supporter in all of his sporting events. Brandon moved to Great Falls, Mont., in 2014 and worked for the U.S. Postal Service.

He loved spending time on the farm and lending a hand, be it helping out with branding or driving a truck for harvest. Brandon was known for his huge heart and gentle demeanor. Family meant the world to Brandon and nothing made him happier than when he was surrounded by all those he loved.

In January of 2024, Brandon moved home to Wolf Point where he spent his last month surrounded by his family he so dearly loved.

Brandon was preceded in death by his great-grandparents, John and Anna Matejovsky; grandparents, Leo and Angela Richard; his aunt, Marlene Teel; aunt, Patty Kessler; and his cousin, Anthony Matejovsky.

Brandon is survived by his wife, Melissa; his son, Maxton Matejovsky; his parents, Dave and Kay Matejovsky; brothers, Dana (Tori) Matejovsky and Joey (Brianna) Matejovsky; his sister, Nicole (Rodney) Paulson; nine nieces and nephews; his grandparents, David and Gus Matejovsky; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.

Brandon’s last wish was to tell everyone to “Look at the blue skies and I’ll be waiving.”

In lieu of flowers, Brandon would have wanted donations made to the Wolf Point Fire Department.

A viewing will be on Wednesday, Feb. 21, from 4 to 6 p.m. with a rosary service starting at 6 p.m. at Clayton Stevenson Memorial Chapel. Funeral services will be on Thursday, Feb. 22, at 10 a.m. at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. A luncheon will immediately follow at the Catholic church and burial will follow at Riverside Cemetery north of Vida.

(Paid Obituary)

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