Bradley Murphy


MURPHY, Bradley (Brad) – March 9, 1957 – June 18, 2018 Brad left us peacefully but with broken hearts after a long, courageous battle with cancer. Beloved husband of Lori (nee Martin) for 35 years. Loving father of Dylan (Brandi Thompson) and Trevor. Survived by his parents, Ken & Kay Murphy and sister Keeley (Brett) McMullin. Brad will also be missed by his Aunt Elda (Melvin) Murphy and cousins Michael Murphy, Paul Murphy & families, in-laws Judy & Chuck Webster, Donna and Greg Peters, Victoria and Howard McRae & families. Brad was a hard worker – at H.E. Vannatter for 28 years, OLG Slots & Casinos/Dresden and a contractor for Canada Post. Brad’s numerous lifelong friends will remember him most for his kindness and wit. He was an avid curler and member of the Sydenham Curling Club. He loved music, model building, the Detroit Red Wings and his two furry companions, Thunder and Sammy. A special thank you to Dr. Ramirez (Sarnia), CCAC workers and the Wallaceburg Hospital staff for the compassionate care Brad received. Cremation has taken place. At Brad’s request, there will be no funeral service. Love and remembrance last forever.13285

5 Comments on “Bradley Murphy”

  1. Farewell my friend and good neighbour. You were one of the good ones. I was always amazed at your sense of wonder , your ability to take joy in life and your deep love of music.

  2. Dear Lori and family , I was so sorry to hear of Brad’s passing. He was a great guy and we had many a conversation and laughs while working at the slots. Was always in awe of the love he had for you and his family!! Take care.
    Deb Dodman

  3. So sorry for your family’s loss. Brad truly was a positive and wonderful man with a deep love for his family. Taken too soon but received with open arms

  4. To Dylan & Family. Sad to hear about your Dad, always enjoyed chatting with him in drive thru! My sympathy to everyone, remember all the good times with him!

  5. Hi Lori,
    Coming up on a year, how has time passed so quickly!
    Remembering the Brad that Ric and I knew so very long ago.
    With your deepest sympathy on your loss… I’m so sorry that we let time slip away.

    Shelley Aarssen

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