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Donald Brad Williams
Died: Sep 22, 2017
Donald Brad Williams
Viewing for Donald Bradford “Brad” Williams, 48 of Temple, Texas will be held Saturday September 30th from 1-2:30pm at Broecker Funeral Home, Salado, Texas. A celebration of life will follow at 3pm at College Street, Salado, Texas. Interment with Military Honors will be held October 4th at 11am at Central Texas State Veteran’s Cemetery located at 11463 State Hwy 195, Killeen, Texas. Brad passed away on September 22, 2017 in Temple, Texas. He was born November 9th, 1968 in Indianapolis, Indiana. He attended high school in Temple, Texas, college in San Diego, California. Brad was a Specialist in the United States Army and served our country from 1989-1993. He did tours in Saudi Arabia and Kuwait. He worked for Old Republic Title & Escrow in Ventura, California before returning to Central Texas in 2006 where he became part of the First Community Title family. Brad was a music enthusiast and the number one fan of the 80’s rock band Van Halen. He enjoyed cooking, participating on all the holidays and had recently taken up biking. He followed the Indianapolis Colts and Peyton Manning. Brad always carried a smile on his face, twinkle in his eyes and a hop in his step. Brad had an enormous fondness for animals more notably, Gabriel & Stewart, his two Great Danes. He liked to take them to the park and you would usually see them together at any pet-friendly community event. Brad is survived by his father and mother Don and Pat Williams, his brothers Darren Williams, Aaron Williams and family, Benjamin and wife Monique Williams and family, Keith Odle and family, and sister Denise Matthews and family. He is predeceased by his beloved grandparents, Donald & Mary Williams in 2006 and 2016 respectively. In lieu of flowers, make donations to the National Diabetes Association.
Comments:
Amber Bartek
#2
September 29th, 2017 8:57 pm
Brad, you will be missed a lot. I was always so glad to have you back after covering the front while you were gone. I will miss all your "great" ideas you brought to me & wanted me to get passed thru marketing. I will miss our great pot luck parties at the office. And I will miss most of all all your music references to people I had no clue! Rest In Peace!
Brigitte Allen
#1
September 26th, 2017 10:07 am
Brad carried a smile on his face, a twinkle in his eye and a hop in his step. His loss has impacted many of us in ways we never imagined. He will be sincerely missed. I have no doubt he is in a better place...filled with sunshine & water...of course his music. Be at peace.
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