Bradley George Douglas passed away suddenly in Lloydminster, Alberta, on September 5, 2023 at the age of 60 years.
Brad is survived by: his wife, Lisa Douglas; children, Jessie Hann (Maverick) and Curtis Douglas; grandchildren, Sophia Hann and Aubrie Hann; sister, Gwen Mottram; father-in-law, Louis Heidel; brothers-in-law, Cliff Heidel, Tom Heidel, Colin Heidel, Darryl Heidel, Rick Heidel and Ron Heidel (Kathy); nieces and nephews, Jon Mottram (Katie Gallin), Sean Mottram (Denielle, Hayden, Mika), Alex Heidel, Kim Heidel, Hana Heidel, Jessica Heidel and Alyssa Heidel; and numerous other relatives.
Brad is predeceased by: his father, George Douglas; mother, Elsie Douglas; brother, Keith Douglas; mother-in-law, Velda Heidel; brother-in-law, Bob Mottram; and sister-in-law, Cindy Heidel.
Brad was born in Dauphin, Manitoba, and while growing up he lived in Oyen, Stettler, Drumheller, Brandon, and Macklin prior to the family moving to Lloydminster. As an adult he was a partner with his brother in a concrete construction business and then later in life drove oilfield service trucks. When Brad lived in Marshall, he was proud to serve as Mayor for a period of time. He inherited, from his father, the hobby of the buying and selling the occasional used car and was always looking for the next one. Brad’s favorite memories include trips to Hawaii, Mexico, Niagara Falls, and camping at Murphy Lake. Brad especially loved being with his Chihuahua dogs: Martini, Bella, and Georgie.
As per Brad’s wishes no service will be held and his ashes will be spread at a later date.
Donations in memory of Brad may be made to Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation or donor's charity of choice.