Bradley "Brad" Clay Fidler

December 13, 1962 - December 16, 2022


Obituary For Bradley "Brad" Clay Fidler

It is with deep sorrow and much love that we mourn the passing of Bradley Clay Fidler, resident of Clairmont, AB, on Friday, December 16, 2022, in his home, at the age of 60 years.

Brad was born December 13, 1962, in Edmonton, AB, and was raised in Sylvan Lake, AB, along with his five siblings. This is also where he graduated High School. In Brad’s early years, Red Deer, AB, was his home and where he started his love of playing baseball. In 1990, he moved to Grande Prairie, and played on 3 ball teams for a few years. Grande Prairie is where he tried his hand in the oilfield business. In 1995, Brad made a new friend along with a career change that would last until the end of his days. Brad worked 27 years for All-Ways Transfer and never missed work until recently when he was diagnosed with cancer. He was as dedicated to his job as he was to his wife and friendships. Brad was unique, and never will there be another person like him.

In the summertime, Brad could be found camping at the golf course with his friends and family, and in the winter, for awhile it was bowling and darts. You could bet he would be glued to the TV if hockey or football were on though.

Brad will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 20 years Theresa; his children Brandi and Mandy (Jaysen Ford); grandchildren: Clayton, Simon, Marcus, Nixen, Braxon, and Carter; brothers Blake, Bruce, and Darrel; sisters Cheryl and Debbie (Gord Ferguson). Brad will also be dearly missed by numerous nieces, nephews, relatives, fur babies, and friends from far and wide whom he had met throughout his years, especially those from Morningview Park Golf Course, which was his second home for the summers.

Brad was predeceased by his parents Gerald and Viola Fidler of Red Deer, AB, and his brother in-law Bill Cumming of Nanaimo, BC.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, May 13, 2023, at 2:00pm, at Morningview Park Golf Course in Sexsmith, AB.

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  • May 12, 2023

    So very sorry to hear of Brad's passing. I had known him through work for close to 13 years. We shared the same dry sarcastic sense of humor, and I always looked forward to our morning banter during pickups. His absence is felt deeply. Deepest condolences and heartfelt sympathies to his wife Teresa in which he spoke so highly of, and to his children and step children. May his memory bring you comfort

  • March 23, 2023

    We are very sorry to hear of Brad's passing and we thank him for his service over the years at Lang Locks. He will be missed. Condolences to his family.

  • December 31, 2022

    Our deepest sympathies to family & friends of Brad. My husband & I met & got to know Brad when we lived in Grande Prairie for a couple years in the early 90s. We had some good times with him having a few drinks in the hot tub or on the golf course. He always had a smile & a great attitude on life. Although we only got to reconnect with him via Facebook we could still see the same old cheerful Brad in every post. Can only imagine how much he will be missed. Kind regards, Wendy & Todd Saucier

  • December 29, 2022

    Theresa and family, there are no words at this time to make you feel better. Remember the good times. Brad will live on forever in your hearts and memories!

  • December 28, 2022

    So sorry for your loss Theresa. Many wonderful memories and fun times to remember. Love you Craig and Josée

  • December 28, 2022

    So sorry for your loss Theresa and family, I know he was your everything and always will be. Sending lots of hugs and prayers to you to get you through this devastating time. Love you girl. From the McAllister Family.

  • December 28, 2022

    I am so very sorry Teresa and family. May wonderful memories give you strength at this trying time. Wishing you peace and healing!


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