In loving memory of Bradley George Coulter. Born on May 19th, 1964 in London Ontario. Brad was predeceased by his father George and his mother Edith; survived by his wife Lesley, two sons Gavin and Bryce, his brother Glen, sister-in-law Debbie, niece Ashley, nephew Wade, and also his mother and father-in-law, Pearl and Wayne Morley.
Brad was diagnosed with a rare bone marrow disease and lost his long hard fought battle on June 6, 2013. Brad was a dedicated father, husband, uncle, brother and friend. Brad had a long list of accomplishments. He began his working career as a drywaller with his brother Glen. He then pursued and achieved his Chef papers which helped him land a position with the BC Ferries for more than 20 years, his passion was with the Cedar Volunteer fire department as a fire fighter. Brad’s pursuit for helping others led him in the direction of becoming a member of the EMS and worked for the B.C Ambulance as a paramedic. Brad embraced all of these positions with dedication and commitment.
We, as Brad’s surviving family members would like to tell his many co-workers and friends; Thank you so much for all of the outstanding support Brad received during his very difficult battle, he was truly overwhelmed with the care and support.
We would like to thank all of the medical professionals at the Vancouver General Hospital who did their very best to make Brad as comfortable as possible during his stay in Vancouver.
A special thank you to the Cedar Volunteer Fire Department for all your help and support. Brad you will be truly missed but never forgotten. Love you Bro.
There will be a service on Friday, June 21 at 2pm at the Cedar Community hall on Cedar Road, Nanaimo.