HGTV "Home Town" Star Erin Napier Announces Passing of Producer Brandon Davis

HGTV “Home Town” Star Erin Napier Announces Passing of Show’s Producer, Brandon Davis: “We Are All Reeling”

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HGTV “Home Town” stars Erin and Ben Napier are sharing some sad news from the HGTV family.

“Today our hearts are broken in downtown Laurel after suddenly losing our friend, colleague and HGTV Home Town crew member Brandon Davis,” Erin shared in a post on Instagram. “We are all reeling, each one of us, and I am most devastated for his wife, baby boy, mama, brother and sister.”

Erin says while they mourn, they still have faith.

“As believers, we are all part of the body of Christ and as lovers of our little town working all together in the revitalization of downtown Laurel, we are all part of the body of our community, using our gifts to do the best we can for where we live,” she said. “His role as our own world-class videographer and producer leaves a wound that won’t heal for a long while.”

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Today our hearts are broken in downtown Laurel after suddenly losing our friend, colleague and #HGTVHomeTown crew member Brandon Davis. We are all reeling, each one of us, and I am most devastated for his wife, baby boy, mama, brother and sister. As believers we are all part of the body of Christ and as lovers of our little town working all together in the revitalization of downtown Laurel, we are all part of the body of our community, using our gifts to do the best we can for where we live. His role as our own world class videographer and producer leaves a wound that won't heal for a long while. I hope you will watch his work at @blackhornproductions like this piece he did for our store last year and appreciate his talent that told all of our stories so beautifully, better than any of us ever could. I know Camp Home Town will miss him sorely. We are all better for getting to work with him and know him as a dear friend for as long as we did.

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She closed with a note to fans: “I hope you will watch his work like this piece he did for our store last year and appreciate his talent that told all of our stories so beautifully, better than any of us ever could,” she said. “I know Camp Home Town will miss him sorely. We are all better for getting to work with him and know him as a dear friend for as long as we did.”

 

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