Bradley Jones


It is with great sadness, that we announce the sudden but peaceful passing of Brad at the Brandon Regional Health Centre, on Sunday, January 8, 2023, at the age of 63 years.

He was predeceased by his wife, Michelle (nee Emery).

Cremation has taken place.  Interment will take place in the spring of 2023 at the Carberry Plains Cemetery with a Celebration of Life to follow.

Friends and family are invited to share memories and condolences on Brad’s memorial page by using the comment field below.

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8 thoughts on “Bradley Jones

  1. M Cunningham

    Brad was a fantastic person. I got to know him for the 5 years before he moved to Manitoba. Brad was always pleasant, always generous. He will be greatly missed.

  2. Gary and Leah

    Brad, it was very much our pleasure to have known and spent time with you. May peace, love and comfort be with you all through your next adventurous journey. May we meet again.
    Gary and Leah

  3. The Potts

    We are all so sad to hear the news of Brad’s passing. Our family had the pleasure of knowing him for 22 years! He was a great person and he will be missed. Rest in Peace.

  4. Donald R. Baird

    Hi this is Donald Baird, I was Brad`s Past Father In Law from Lethbridge, My ex wife Mary, was Michele`s Mother, I regret to hear of Brad`s Passing, I always liked Brad , he was sort of Comical through the years, I always enjoyed his Presence, God Rest You Brad, in Peace.

  5. Steve Redfern

    Very sorry to learn about Brad’s passing. My condolences to all his family and friends. I had the pleasure of working with Brad in Lethbridge at PBG and have many fond memories of that time. Although I left in 2007 we still kept in touch via Facebook and the occasional visit in Calgary before he moved to Manitoba. He will be remembered fondly RIP

  6. Merv Edinger

    I met Brad in the late 70’s. We work together in a cold storage. We laughed a lot in that freezer. We became friends beyond work and had a lot good times back in the day. I last saw him in 84. He was living in Lethbridge by then and I was in Edmonton.
    We reconnected a couple of years ago and we reminisced about the good times and the bad.
    I’ll miss you pal

  7. Evan Dunk

    I was honered to work with Brad at Pepsi for 4 years. He was an amazing person and he bled blue. He loved working for Pepsi and was a mentor for so many. He taught me a lot, and for that i am grateful. My condolences to his family, RIP Brad.

    Evan Dunk

  8. Randy Parker

    Well Brad, I did not expect to have to make a comment here, but here goes. I do not know why you had to go when you did, but I believe I”ll know one day. Till then I choose to remember these Happy Memories! Pool games at the Carberry Drop-In Centre with our shared Snooker Balls Marked ‘With Love from Brad & Randy’. Our shared experience of purchasing (1) .22 Ruger and (2) .223’s so we could get to the range together for a friendly competition. Road Trips, even travelling to Dr.’s Appointments were Fun. Lots of Meals together, Z Z Top Tickets; way better than my Nose Bleed Ticket. Unexplainable Nonstop Laughter which forged our Friendship!

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