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Brad “Whiskey” Halladay passed away at the age of 63 surrounded by his children, family, and friends.
Brad was born and raised in Provo, Utah. He was the eldest son of Hal and Shirlene Halladay and brother to 4 (Halene, Suzanne, Heather, and Brent). He graduated high school and began his apprenticeship in the Union Local 057 as a Pipefitter. As a hard worker and master of his craft, he was a proud member for 43 years. One of his proud accomplishments was being a lead foreman building the 2002 Olympic Bobsled and Luge course.
Brad loved golfing, hunting, and the outdoors (especially those mountains). Whiskey was always the life of the party - not only was he a loyal and caring friend, but a loving father, grandfather, son, uncle, and brother. He enjoyed keeping a nice yard, breathing the fresh air, and throwing the ball to his (grand)dogs.
Brad was passionate about his sports - always keeping up with the LA Dodgers, Green Bay Packers, and the Utah Jazz.
He will always be remembered by his blunt and honest opinion, his rebellious nature, and that BOOMING voice “Built Ford Tough”.
Brad truly lived life with the spirit of curiosity and adventure, allegiance to brotherhood, and in service to others,
He was survived by Kendelin, Colton (Alexa) Halladay, Randi (Tommy) Sodaro, Hope Bearnson, Kylah, Addie, Jax, and Liam.
A Celebration of Life will be held Saturday, March 25th
Time: 1:00 - 5:00pm
Location: Arlington Hall
Address: 268 W 100 S Provo Utah 84601
Saturday, March 25, 2023
1:00 - 5:00pm (Mountain time)
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