Branden Larry Bibbins (aka Baby, Beef and King B) was born March 28, 2003. He was born in Salisbury, Maryland. He departed this earthly life on August 14, 2020.
Branden grew up in one of his favorite neighborhoods on Dighton Avenue, also known as “D Block”. He loved his one nephew: Kameron Shrieves,and two nieces: Kassidy Shrieves and Amoura Collick, whom he affectionately called “My little pumpkin.” According to Branden, he was her favorite uncle.
Branden received his education at Arcadia High School and would have received his diploma at Snow Hill High School June 2021. Now instead, he receives his heavenly rewards. He was accepted and received a football scholarship to attend McDaniel College in Westminster Maryland. Branden was formerly employed at Walmart of Berlin, Maryland
Branden loved sports and could easily have coached the basketball or football game, while he played the game at the same time. (LOL) He had a 3-point jumper and a defense, which was out of this world. He also loved dancing and hanging out with his My Brother Keeper group, (MBK). He was definitely his brothers (and sisters) keeper.
Branden (aka Baby) was blessed to have three loving parents who were devoted to his health and well being. He was very attached to his family and friends and enjoyed spending time with them. He was a pleasant and easygoing young man, who had a good sense of humor.
He leaves to cherish his parents: Natasha (Calvin) Haggins of Parksley VA, and Anthony Bibbins of Snow Hill MD; five sisters: Kristen Haggins of Mattsville, VA, Karter and Jennah Bibbins of Pocomoke City, MD, Monaejah Dorsey of Snow Hill, MD, and Na’Keema Collick of Pocomoke City, MD; five brothers: Bryden, Tiair, Anthony Bibbins of Parksley VA, Mikail and Jabriel of Pocomoke City, MD; two grandmothers: Rosetta Foreman and Alice Turner, both of Snow Hill MD; great-grandmother: Zenia Harmon of New Castle, DE, and great grandfather: Robert Whaley of Salisbury, MD; and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, and other extended relatives who will deeply miss him.
Branden was proceeded in death by three grandfathers: Floyd Collick Sr, Roosevelt Turner and James Bibbins; two uncles: Larry Foreman and Burley Collick Jr; one aunt: Sandra Foreman; one brother: Tayvion Smith; three cousins: Richard Armstrong, Jovon Lee Shockley and Michael Boiling.
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