Brendan Peter Flannery

Brendan Peter Flannery, 38, a resident of League City, Texas, unexpectedly passed away on February 6, 2024. Born on April 3, 1985, in Ft. Ord, California, he was the proud son of Thomas Flannery and Diane Marie Golemboski.

Brendan, a 21-year resident of the League City and Dickinson area, was a dedicated member of the Clear Creek Community Church. Professionally, he served as a Mechanical Coordinator for Exxon Mobil, showcasing his commitment and dedication throughout his working career. Brendan was also a real estate investor and loved to help mentor and learn more about this home purchasing process. However, his most significant achievements were as a beloved son, brother, husband, father, and friend.

He attended Judson High School and made Varsity as a sophomore and became an integral part of the state-winning team. Brendan’s exceptional skills earned him the title of All-American Offensive Lineman during his high school years. He continued his educational journey at Stephen F. Austin in Texas, where he excelled as a four-year letterman. After graduating he was a teacher and coach for 5 years.

In addition to his accomplishments, Brendan also contributed to the community by coaching in the football little league and youth soccer. His passion for the sport extended beyond his personal achievements, impacting the lives of young players, and fostering a love for the game.

In his memory, Brendan is survived by his loving wife of 16 years and college sweetheart Amanda Batey Flannery, and their children. Brendan’s greatest loves are: his wife, Amanda Batey Flannery, his daughter Abbygail Flannery, sons Brayden Flannery, and Brackstin Flannery. He is also survived by his mother and step-father, Diane Sarvis and Daniel Sarvis; his mother and father in law, Henry and Stacy Batey, grandmother, Marie Golemboski; sister, Rebecca Flores and husband Matthew; brothers, Brian Flannery, David Flannery; his nieces Jordyn Flannery, Adyson Flannery, Emercyn Flannery, and their mother Shelley Flannery, Bree Flores; and step-brother, James Sarvis his brother and sister in law Emmitt and Lauren Batey and their children Mason and Paisley Batey. Additionally, he leaves behind numerous friends and colleagues who cherished his presence.

Brendan’s life will be celebrated on Sunday, February 11, 2024, at 2:00 pm in the Crowder Funeral Home Chapel, Dickinson, Texas. May the gathering be a heartfelt tribute to the remarkable person he was and bring solace to those mourning his untimely departure.


  1. While I didn’t know Brendan, I work with Danny and know what a tremendous loss this is to your family. Please accept my heart felt condolences for your tragic loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

    Bryan & Shannon Miller
  2. We are heartbroken for his family & friends. Know that we are sending our love and prayers. May God hold all of you in His comforting hands.

    Rex & Joy Algate
  3. Amanda, Abbygail, Brayden, Brackstin, and all of Brendan’s family and loved ones, our sincere condolences for your loss. May our Lord God receive Brendan and bring Angels and Saints to watch over him in eternal peace. His beautiful life and legacy will forever remain in the hearts and memories of all those who knew and loved him. God bless Brendan and deliver him to a glorious Heaven.

    – on behalf of the Muniz family, our heartfelt condolences
    our love and prayers are with you all

    rosie muniz
  4. Amanda
    I’m so sorry to read this. I remember how you spoke of him at work. My heart breaks for you.
    Please reach if you need any thing.

    Debbie Duell

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