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Bradley Allen Fisher

Jul 05, 2017
Bradley Allen Fisher -- 1966-2017

Bradley Allen Fisher, age 50, passed away on Friday June 23 at his home in Litchfield Park, AZ.


Brad was born on November 5, 1966 in Fairfield, IA, and graduated from Fairfield High School. Brad was proud to serve his country in the Army Reserves, and attended colleges in Iowa and Arizona.


Brad helped start and was co-owner of West Valley Pain Solutions. Brad also worked in the restaurant and bar business through most of the nineties, as a manager for Gallagher’s and Jillian’s.


Brad’s greatest legacy is the impression he left on his family, friends, and everyone he came in contact with. Simply put, Brad was the life of the party. Throughout his adventures, and there were many, Brad made life-long friends, found a way to always stay in touch, and was there if a friend was in need.


Brad enjoyed spending the holidays with family at his Grandmother’s house in Albert Lea, MN, entertaining and spoiling his cousins. To them, and all of the children he unofficially adopted, he was “Crazy Uncle Brad”. Brad’s passions were collecting and shooting guns, sky diving, scuba diving, and sailing. Later in his life, Brad fulfilled his dream to own a sailboat, as he became the captain of the “Caliente”.


Brad is preceded in death by his Father Frank, Mother Peggy, Brother Michael, Grandparents Leo and Bernice O’Neal, Robert and Lucille Fisher, Uncle Harold Fisher, Aunt Helen Engelken, and Uncle Stephen Engelken.


Brad is survived by seven aunts and uncles; Beverly Connly, Michael and Judy O’Neal, Craig and Ann O’Neal, Brian O’Neal, and Marian Fisher. He is also survived by sixteen first cousins; Megan Alday, Heather Andregg, Sere Austin, Patty Cleaver, Reid Connly, Jennifer Cougill, Barbara Engelken, Donnie Fisher, Pam Newberry, Diane Parrott, Erin O’Neal, Matt O’Neal, Mikkele O’Neal, Colleen Barker, Carla Hamilton and Bob Harden. He is also survived by a niece, Sydney Fisher.


As per Brad’s wishes, his mortal remains will be cremated, with a planned burial at sea. Further information will be communicated soon. A memorial in Fairfield, IA will take place on Saturday, July 8, from 12:00-2:00pm at the Walton Clubn. A memorialto be held in Phoenix, AZ is being planned and will be communicated at a later date.


Those wishing to contribute to a memorial in Brad's name, may do so at the Gary Sinise Foundation, or any organization that supports Veterans.


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