KELLY, Bradley - At his residence on Wednesday, April 8, 2015, Bradley Thomas Kelly of London age 21. Beloved son of John and Nancy. Loving brother to Noah. Dear Grandson of Mary and the late Len Kelly and Don and Hilda Wasberg. Nephew of Allen and Julie Kelly, Wayne and Angela Kelly, Karen and Ian Riddell, Randall Wasberg and Eric Wasberg. Cousin of Emily, Jacob, Jennie, Bryan, Craig, Matthew, Christopher, Andrew and Mark. Bradley was a lover of the arts and the creative process. His kindness, compassion and devotion to family and friends will be missed. Visitation on Sunday from 2-5 pm at Harris Funeral Home, 220 St. James St. at Richmond, where the funeral service will be conducted on Monday, April 13 at 11 am. Interment Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. Memorial contributions to the charity of your choice would be appreciated.
April 10, 2015, 4:08 pm
To Bradley's Family:
Words cannot express how broken-hearted I was when I learned of Bradley's untimely death. I had the privilege of being his grade two teacher at Emily Carr, and I fondly remember what a sweet,kind boy he was. He was always well-liked by his classmates and he had many friends. Please know that I am holding all of you in my thoughts and prayers as you face the difficult days ahead. With sincere sympathy, Ann McGregor
April 10, 2015, 9:00 pm
To Brad's family and friends. It is with profound sadness that I write to you and send my condolences. I can still see Brad, quietly working away in the art room at Banting. He had a quiet and wise disposition and I was lucky to be witness to the smile that would come across his face when he spoke of things that made him happy. He always smiled when he spoke of you.
I always smiled when I thought of this bright young man out in the world. My heart goes out to you, may you find courage in your family and community at this most difficult time.
The Wituik Family
April 11, 2015, 10:30 am
I’m not sure that I can even find the words to express how truly, profoundly heartbroken I am, we are. That we now share a similar journey is beyond comprehension. Brad has been a part of our lives for as long as I can remember and he will be so deeply missed by all of us. He was always kind, sensitive, gentle, so polite, and warmed the room with his smile, his giggle. I so cherished the sense of humour and laughter he and Colin shared over the years. If I close my eyes, I can still hear it. Brad was deeply thoughtful and a true and loyal friend to Colin as they grew into the independent, creative men they were. Know that we will forever honour Brad by holding him in our hearts with love. John, Noah, Nancy – and all of Brad’s extended family – you will be in our thoughts continually in the coming days and weeks ahead as we gather around you as a community, holding you up with love and light. I wish you peace and comfort. Our deepest condolences. Love from all of us. Cheryl xo
April 13, 2015, 10:12 am
I came to know Brad over the last year or so as a caring and loyal friend to my son Jack. He was a source of inspiration and fun and was admired for his creative talent and sweet disposition. Brad was always unfailingly polite to me and was a pleasure to have in our home. What may not be as well known about him is that he was an excellent subject for Jack in his burgeoning interest in photography. Brad was a natural model, and we are grateful to have a collection of wonderful evocative and sometimes hilarious photographs to remember him by.
My most heartfelt sympathies to Brad's family.
Brad, I will miss you, sweet boy.
May 22, 2015, 1:57 pm
My dearest son Bradley...there are not enough words for me to tell you how much I miss your beautiful, gentle, kind, generous, brilliant disposition. I will never lose the 21 year old handsome man you are with your glistening crystal blue eyes and soft, sweet laugh. You always have and will forever will be the light of my life, my best friend and the most perfect son I could have ever asked God to bless me with. I will have you in my mind everyday for the rest of my life. I want you to know how dearly loved you were for so many people on so many levels. You accomplished in your short life so many great things and your genius brilliant artistic eye and hands to create were stunning. Your work will be displayed until the end of time. I hope you and Colin are skateboarding and creating your works in heaven. Love you kiddo.. Mom.
May 22, 2015, 1:59 pm
Hey Buddy...its Jer. In the two years that I was blessed to get to know you, we were given the freedom to talk about friends, parents, life, ambitions, funny stories and everything in between. As you well know of my history of my best buddies lost...you will be with all the best of the best guys by you and Colin's side. Now when you get to know Luke"LukEee" more...just know he is a tall machine made of muscle but he will be a great buddy through your heavenly experience. He was a best friend to me like Colin was to you. Love you more than you had the time to fully understand. Your buddy Jer
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