September 19, 1945 – October 7, 2019
Brad was born in Drumheller, Alberta. Brad graduated in Salmon Arm, BC.
Brad passed away peacefully in Abbotsford after 7 years of a long hard struggle with Brain cancer.
He met the love of his wife, Stasia, they were married on September 24, 1966 in Salmon Arm BC.
Brad and Stasia moved to Burnaby where Brad completed his certification as X-Ray Technician in 1968. Brad continued to work at the Vancouver General Hospital.
He moved to Vernon to accept the “Head X-ray Technician” position at Vernon Jubilee Hospital. Patients and staff loved working with Brad, they were sad to see Brad move to Tappen BC. Brad and Stasia were so proud having their bundle of joy, daughter in 1976, called her “Michelle”.
Brad loved his family, introducing them to his love of fishing, camping, and ocean fun, picking oysters and clamming. Brad also enjoyed renovating homes. Some of his hobbies were woodworking, restoring furniture and falling tall trees on Cortes Island but most of all he loved vacations with his family.
Brad became a licensed Realtor with Shuswap Realty in 1987. He excelled in the Real Estate business, was Top Realtor in Shuswap for years. Brad and his partner became Owner/Broker and Co-founder of Re/max Shuswap. He was presented with numerous prestigious awards throughout his over 30 years in the real estate business, helping over 1500 happy families find their homes. Re/max of Western Canada presented Brad with a gold lapel pin for Brad’s 20 years of loyalty, dedication and commitment to the Re/Max organization.
Brad was involved supporting Children’s Miracle Network, Yana, BCSPCA, Chamber of Commerce and Courtenay Rotary Club.
Brad was hardworking and known for his resilience and tenacious, kindness and generosity. He enjoyed making people happy finding them their “dream home.” Brad found many great and lasting friendships in the real estate business.
Brad and Stasia were drawn to move to Comox BC, Comox Valley in 2010 to be closer to their family. In the year 2013, they sold their home in Comox and moved to their “dream home” on Cortes Island.
We are happy that Brad is not suffering anymore. Brad is survived by his loving wife Stasia Wells of 53 years residing in Cortes Island, his daughter Michelle, son-in-law Bob and three wonderful grandchildren Megan, Connor and Quinn, residing in Courtenay, BC.
No Funeral by request. Condolences maybe sent online to Brad’s wife StasiaWells’ email: firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you.
If desired, A memorial contributions in Brad’s name can be made to BCCANCER https://bccancerfoundation.com/ways-donate/gift-memory
YANA https://www.yanacomoxvalley.com/donate/ or BCSPCA https://spca.bc.ca/donate/
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