Bradley Warn Brittan

May 23rd, 1962 – May 8th, 2024

Bradley Warn Brittan 61, died at home surrounded by loving family on May 8, 2024. Brad was born on May 23, 1962 in St. Louis, MO. He was the second born to Howard W. Brittan and Teresa Heuschele Brittan. He was preceded in death by both parents, his brothers Chip and Robin and sister Candace.

Brad is survived by his loving wife of 30 years June, and their son Bradley Austin (Duke), whom he was immensely proud, and to whom he taught valuable life skills and wisdom.

Brad graduated from Parkway West High School in 1980. Later in life he graduated from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, FL where he was on the Dean’s List. Brad worked in Planning and Management at Boeing in St. Louis, where he loved his coworkers, crew, and made lifelong friends. Brad enjoyed World War airplanes and the planes he worked on at Boeing. He also enjoyed the excitement of life and his family and friends.

Private services will be held in Florida, where Brad met June 42 years ago and loved his wonderful life.

 

8 Comments

  1. Gerry Schmitt on May 13, 2024 at 6:47 am

    June and Duke,

    I am honored to have been a part of Brad’s life since we first met back in our high school days. I will cherish the many memories we had through the years. We may have had our differences at times, but he will always remain a true friend. Brad, I ask that God will allow you to rest in peace and lay his hands upon your family and friends as they grieve your loss.



  2. Joseph Eultgen on May 14, 2024 at 3:08 pm

    Brad was a cherished friend and boss. I worked for him and he always treated all his workers with respect and trust. He went to fight for his people to get them the tools they needed to get the job done. He was fair to everyone he worked with. He was an asset to all who knew him. He spoke of his family and his love for them. You are in my prayers.



  3. Vince Throckmorton on May 14, 2024 at 10:47 pm

    Praying for you June and Duke, Brad rode dirt bikes with a bunch of us at West he will be missed.



  4. Kim Kossl on May 15, 2024 at 6:44 am

    I am so sorry to hear of Brad’s passing. I have such wonderful memories of him from
    High school. Always full of smiles and charm. He was full of life and such a good friend to all.



  5. Judy Teson Duncan on May 15, 2024 at 7:37 pm

    My memories of Brad date back to Parkway School Days! Brad brought great happiness into our home, and was friends with my children, Ken and Becky Teson. He spent many hours in our home…the stories are endless and filled with fun, memories and much love. Brad was part of our family. Sending love to June and Duke. Now Brad is resting in the arms of God, painless and renewed.



  6. Bob Gambichler on May 16, 2024 at 7:08 am

    Big Brad and I grew up together having fun, laughing hard and being mischievous! He always had the coolest cars, best lookin’ girls and the funniest laugh. We had the best phone conversations and drank a lot of cold beer together. I will deeply miss his kind spirit. Rest well Big Daddy! All my love to June Buggy and The Dukester!



  7. Betty Zehnder on May 19, 2024 at 6:22 pm

    Oh June! I am so sorry to hear of brads passing!! You know we talked often and we each considered the other to be family. I knew he was sick but suddenly I didn’t hear from him anymore. He was such a great guy and I’m sure Gregg will be so sad to hear this. This should remind all of us to stay in touch and love each other more. I love you and duke and hope that you will be in touch with me anytime. May he rest in peace and may god help you through this time of mourning. I love you guys!



  8. Lyn (Lawler) Flannigan on May 20, 2024 at 11:56 am

    I knew Brad back in HS. Always a gentleman. So sorry for your loss!



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