Services for Kenan are this Saturday, the 28th of April, 2012.
A message that was sent out to the Houston Netsquared Meetup Group tonight in memory of our friend and colleague Kenan Doyle Branam. He was a debater, optimist, producer, geek, well read, researched, and all around renaissance man. We will miss you Kenan. Even if you challenged us constantly with debates and thoughts Kenan, I wouldn’t have wanted it any other way. A tip of the hat to you. You will be missed.
April 26, 2012
If you have attended Net2Houston over the last six years, then you know Kenan. His meetup profile says Kenan attended 28 meetings with us, although I think it may have been even morehttp://www.meetup.com/houston-
Kenan Doyle Branam was a Netsquared regular who always asked challenging questions from the heart. An optimist, he always found the positive, which was impressive given his posts frequently talked about his growth from being a skeptic to an optimist over time. What a beautiful transition.
I’m sad to say that Kenan passed away unexpectedly last week and his services are this weekend. The official notice is below. If you can attend i know Kenan would be honored as would his family. The official version follows. And I know the family would appreciate help with the costs of the funeral. Please consider the part at the bottom about the fund at Amegy in lieu of flowers, but your presence on Saturday would be a huge tribute as well.
The Houston Advertising, Media and Production Community lost one of its own in the sudden passing of Kenan Doyle Branam on Saturday April 14, 2012. Services will be this Saturday April 28th 2012 here in Houston.
Beginning his long career in media, Kenan worked as a cameraman in the local broadcast television station in Tyler. In addition to this his media experiences later included advertising agency client service, corporate communications, point of sale training, and even documentary and music video work.
Kenan was President of Paradigm Communications, Inc. for 25 years, and most recently worked as a Media Consultant supporting people to show up, be heard, look and feel good about their web presence. Throughout his long career he was a careful watcher and analyzer of media. He was, in his own words “a philosopher, then an artist, then a media evangelist“
A great number of local organizations were fortunate to have Kenan initiate lively and thought provoking conversations while bringing his gifts of philosophy, kindness, laughter and an artistic sensibility to their gatherings.
A Life Celebration for Kenan will be held
Saturday, April 28, 2012 at 3:00 PMTotal Video at Houston Studios
707 Walnut, Houston TX 77002.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Kenan’s memory can be made (and would really help his family at this time) at any
Amegy Bank for the Memorial Fund for Kenan Doyle Branam.