Mr. Bradley David Sanderson passed away on Friday, February 12, 2021, at the age of 62 years. Brad was born on July 21, 1958 to Stan and Evelyn Sanderson in Biggar, SK. He was employed by F. Millar Excavating as a heavy equipment operator for almost 28 years. Brad took great pride in his work and loved what he did. He was always the first to crack a joke - his favorite was a classic ‘dad’ joke. Brad loved his kids, grandkids and family more than anything else in life. His Donald Duck impression was enjoyed by many throughout the years. Brad did not need a lot to be happy and enjoyed the simpler things in life, like a good game of pool. He had a curious mind and was always reading up on science and history facts. Brad will be lovingly remembered by his daughters, Sarah Sanderson (Jon Schneider), Nicole Sanderson, Aimee (Steve) Donnor; grandchildren, Carter and Cale Schneider and Owen Donnor; mother, Evelyn Sanderson; sister, Stanice (Roger) Martin; nephews, Branden (Serina) Martin and Tyler (Christina) Martin. Brad was predeceased by his father, Stan Sanderson; step-father, Jack Phare and brother, Randy Sanderson. A private interment will follow this summer in the family plot at the Maple Creek Cemetery. If friends so desire, memorial donations in Brad’s name may be made directly to Canadian Mental Health Association, 204 - 1865 Dunmore Road S.E. Medicine Hat, Alberta T1A 1Z8.
Our sincerest condolences to you and your family during this very difficult time. May Bradley rest in peace.
From Pat and Mike Tivadar
I am so sorry for your loss. My condolences to you and your family.
Aunt Evelyn, dear Stanice and family; we are so sad to hear of my dear cousins passing. You are all in our prayers as you navigate this sad time. He was known by many and loved by all. May he now Rest In Peace. Love you Brad! ❤️☹️
So sorry to hear this! My condolences to you all!!
So sorry for this news. Our condolences to all of your family.
Aunt Evelyn and Stanice, I’m so sorry to hear of the passing of Brad, my thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. I have fond memories of us as kids every summer we came out and the laughs we had at our reunions. He will be missed. Love, cousin Jim and family.❤️
Please accept my sympathy on your loss. I have good memories of Brad from our high school days. He had a great sense of humour.
Aunt Evelyn, Stanice and families with our true sorrow with you Janice and I give our condolences to you all. All our memories of Brad have at least a smile attached to them, and nearly always a bout of laughter as his wit would come through again. Brad will be missed by us, and many others. Our prayers be with you, and that God may show you his peace in this difficult time.
Dear Tanny, Rog, Aunty Ev & family,
Words cannot express our sorrow at the news of Brad’s passing. Ian & I have many memories of him when we were kids & many more from summers in Maple Creek & reunions. He always made us smile & laugh, especially with his Donald Duck voice. I remember him cracking us up at my wedding & Herb literally being on the floor, weak with laughter, begging him to stop! Our hearts break for you & Aunty Ev. We pray that Brad has found the peace he so needed. And we pray for comfort & strength for your family in the days ahead. May memories & love sustain you, & when you remember him, let it be with smiles instead of heartbreak. Love & hugs to you all. With our heartfelt sympathies,
Donna, Ray & Ian.💕🙏🏼💕
Dearest Evelyn, Stanice Roger & family. So sorry to hear of Brad’s passing. Keeping you all in our thoughts & prayers.
Lots of love to all of you.
Dear Evelyn, Stanice and families
We were so sorry to hear Bradley passed away. Our thoughts are with you all at this difficult time - Sending our love & deepest sympathy
Dianne, Vance and Jim Sanderson and families
My heartfelt condolences to you all. I have so many wonderful memories of Brad. Thinking of you and sending hugs as you navigate this difficult time.