- October 16, 1950 - September 23, 2011
- Pewaukee, Wisconsin
of Bradley's Passing
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May you rest in peace uncle Brad. Please tell Grandma how much I love and miss her every day. I am sorry I did not get the opportunity to know you better. In Christ's name Amen.
Posted by: Janell Hopperdietzel - Chicago, IL - Neice Jan 12, 2012
As mentioned by Eunice, my brother’s ex-wife, Brad was struggling with diabetes an also very deep depression. Though my brother was having his difficulties, both physically and mentally, he was a quiet and rather introverted person. Brad was also an extremely intelligent and creative person. Brad was one of the best musicians, guitar was his forte, I had ever known. His genius also applied in the computer world as a software designer. He was considered one of the best in
Posted by: Mark Paulsen - Milwaukee, WI - Brother - (only sibling) Jan 11, 2012
I just heard that Brad had died. I had lost track of what was happening with him after his mother died in December 2001. We were married from 1971 to 1995. He suffered from depression and diabetes when I knew him. He was not always a happy man. I believe he has now found the peace that eluded him in his life. He was at heart a good man.
Posted by: Eunice LeMay - Santa Cruz, CA - ex-wife Oct 11, 2011
Brad was my neighbor when I moved to Pewaukee and, though he was not out of his home much, we discovered that we had some shared interests and outlooks. He always enjoyed watching my cat when I was traveling and was very giving and willing to help whenever he had the resources to. I really appreciated Brad the entire time I knew him. I was honored when, about a year ago, he reached out to contact me when it was
Posted by: Ryan Lenfestey - Pewaukee, WI - Neighbor, friend Oct 02, 2011