Brandi K. Peli, 22

Brandi K. Peli, 22

There are 28 comments on the Herald-Mail story from Aug 12, 2011, titled Brandi K. Peli, 22. In it, Herald-Mail reports that:

Mrs. Brandi Kaye Peli, 22, of 79032 Bowie Loop, Fort Hood , Texas , and formerly of 11403 Rhapsody Road, Greencastle, Pa., died Friday, Aug.

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Curious

Phoenix, AZ

#1 Aug 16, 2011
Doesn't anyone wanna know HOW she died??? Don't you think it's odd that a 22 year old just mysteriously turns up dead and nobody is saying how she died? Closed casket service too... something seems fishy if you ask me... brain annurism? I don't think so...
Brandis friend

Baltimore, MD

#2 Aug 17, 2011
First off Curious person from Phoenix, AZ. I can't believe you have the audacity to even make a comment on someone that you do not ever know! If you had any brains you would at least google it. Here ya go I did it for you--> A brain (cerebral) aneurysm is a bulging, weak area in the wall of an artery that supplies blood to the brain. IN MOST CASES, a brain aneurysm causes NO symptoms and goes unnoticed! She was well loved and an amazing person and friend. It a low blow to see some person from AZ to say a comment like this, this shows your ignorance to insinuate that their was any fishy business going on.I suggest you find another job beside being a detective.
Also Brandis Friend

Hagerstown, MD

#3 Aug 17, 2011
Curious from AZ,
I'm curious as to how you know that it was a closed casket and that there has been talk that she died from a brain aneurysm if you are from AZ???
Brandis Friend

Baltimore, MD

#4 Aug 19, 2011
I was thinking the same thing when replying to AZ! I have not seen anything in the papers of it being a closed casket or the cause of death! The only way someone would know that is if they were friends of her. Az you seem fishy to me!
arizona transplant

Phoenix, AZ

#6 Aug 20, 2011
The fact of the matter is, there are people in other places that knew Brandi for a very long time. Nothing
has really been implied. But, for someone who has known her since she was 4 years old, finds out she passed suddenly and is so far away, there are alot of questions. Her brother played ball with my son, we shared a girls vacation with her. Just because someone wonders what happened and they arent from the poe-dunk town of G-castle, doesnt mean there isnt concern and sorrow. To Rockie, Jody, and Roman, my love, thoughts, and prayers are with you all. The nasty friends...glad your there and not here.
Brandis friend

Baltimore, MD

#7 Aug 23, 2011
Understand able that she had people who loved her & knew her from other states or poe-dunk town greencastle! But it sounds like your of an age that should not be posting a comment and questioning how she passed away. Very immature. If you were so close, talk to her family and question them. Not by hiding behind the internet and making a sly comment such as you did or who ever the first person was. I am sure her family would feel sick to see someone post something to the effect that it is all fishy and brain aneurysm. I think not.Even if it was something else its not anyones right to call out her family and accuse them of lying. If it was not they ovbiously had other thoughts or intentions.Or maybe wanted to keep everything on the down low. Nasty friends. Yep, we are so nasty that we are showing respect for her and taking up for her. One girls vacation or a brother that play with your son does not give any right to act as though you knew her better or take up for curios person. Its disgusting how someone could even question any of it
arizona transplant

Phoenix, AZ

#8 Aug 24, 2011
I didn't question anything but her "friends" aggresive replies, simply because someone had some questions about this sad matter. I agree it's not polite to come right out and ask "how?". I just dont think beinging mean and hurtful is the proper way to respond to someone who may also be hurting. Does anyone really know the "right" thing to say at a time like this? Now is not the time to pass judgement.
arizona transplant

Phoenix, AZ

#9 Aug 24, 2011
Also, Why pray tell would you feel the need to "take up for her"??? Does a comment like that not feed the questions?
Another Friend

Temple, TX

#10 Sep 8, 2011
The only things I have heard, is that they did an autopsy to determine cause of death. Nothing is determined yet. They said it would be about 1-2 months for results. I know she was dealing with some hard times in her life, so we are all patiently waiting to see the outcome of the autopsy. I know for us here in Texas, and us working with her she is missed. Work and my life is not the same without her. I have talked to her family a few times, and they said they would keep everyone updated. So please do not speculate anything until we know the truth.
arizona transplant

Tucson, AZ

#13 Sep 19, 2011
So very very sad...
family friend

United States

#15 Sep 29, 2011
It's really nobody's business what happened to her, if it was, you would have known by now. She is gone, she is missed, she will always be loved by many of her true friends and family and the cause is again, none of your business or you would have known by now and it appears I have to say that again because so many keep asking. So worry about your own lives and not what happened to hers. This world would be a much better place if people would just mind & take care of their own business.
Family Friend

Chambersburg, PA

#16 Sep 30, 2011
All of those making assumptions about this beautiful womans death all make me sick..your disguisting and have no business posting a thing about it. Leave her family to mourn and i hope you all get your judgement when the time comes..and oh beleive me you will.You are sickening.
arizona transplant

Tucson, AZ

#17 Sep 30, 2011
It is very sad. We lost someone that we all cared for deeply. It makes me even sadder to think that you are so ashamed of the way she died when I am so proud of the way she lived. I am certainly sad that she is gone and curious about how she died. I can't believe the reaction to genuine concern and grief. I do understand that we all deal with it differently so this will be my last post. I wish you all well and am very sorry for all our loss!
family friend

Philadelphia, PA

#18 Oct 1, 2011
No Chandler AZ, you are just nosey. And nobody is ashamed, it is just nobody's business, glad you're in Chandler AZ and not here.
Someone Who Loved Brandi

Mercersburg, PA

#19 Oct 27, 2011
I am shocked that the ability to post in response to an obituary is even a capability on this site. It's completely inappropriate. The comments made here are a perfect example of the internet giving all of us too much access to information and not enough common sense or human dignity to respectfully know when to share what's on our mind and when to keep it to ourselves. Do you people not realize these are comments being posted in response to the loss of a life? The comments should be supporting Brandi's family and her amazing life. I have a feeling she's looking down with saddness knowing that the comments being posted here have caused her family pain. I hope that whoever has control of this site realizes the inappropriateness of this capability and atleast add an approval first before it being posted. Families should not have to endure comments like the ones posted here.
lala

Oklahoma City, OK

#20 Oct 29, 2011
im thinking suicide.
Suicide

Minneapolis, MN

#21 Oct 30, 2011
Yeah, I am thinking suicide as well... why is the family so ashamed of it? Were they apart of WHY she may have?
True Friend

Westminster, MD

#22 Oct 31, 2011
lala wrote:
im thinking suicide.
Do you always think and write out loud? It is amazing that you think you know what your talking about. Really you should keep your thoughts to yourself because you are sad ;(
True Friend

Westminster, MD

#23 Oct 31, 2011
Suicide wrote:
Yeah, I am thinking suicide as well... why is the family so ashamed of it? Were they apart of WHY she may have?
How do you know what the family thinks? I can't imagine you being a family friend sharing such thoughts or questions. It is obvious you are not a friend or are you REALLY a person. I personally know that Brandi's family is and was so proud of her. I can only say your ignorance is well understood through your writing.
lala

Norman, OK

#24 Oct 31, 2011
True Friend wrote:
<quoted text> Do you always think and write out loud? It is amazing that you think you know what your talking about. Really you should keep your thoughts to yourself because you are sad ;(
how am i sad? it seems pretty obvious that the family is trying to hide something. instead of making and keeping suicide so taboo, why don't they just face the fact (if in fact she did commit suicide) and set up a foundation or ask for donations be made in her memory to organizations that try to help people with their inner demons? THAT is being a true friend or family member, instead of trying to cover up whats really going on.

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