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Fulkerson - Stevenson Funeral Home
Springan - Stevenson Funeral Home
It's all about saying goodbye.
Bradley Joe O'Brien
June 11, 1970 - January 11, 2021

Place of Birth: Washington, KS
Residence: Wildrose, North Dakota
Age: 50

Bradley O’Brien, 50, of Wildrose, ND passed away on Monday, January 11, 2021 at Tioga Medical Center in Tioga, ND.

Brad was born on June 11, 1970 in Washington, Kansas to Rosalie (Bercier) and the late Leslie O’Brien. At the age of 2, the family moved from Kansas to North Dakota. Brad attended Sherwood High School and graduated in 1990. During his high school years, he worked for Seger Oil in Sherwood, a job he thoroughly enjoyed. After graduation, he spent 2 years in Anchorage, Alaska working for a service station, which he spoke of often. Upon his return to North Dakota, Brad started working as a farmhand for local farmers. This was his passion. He realized this was his true calling.

When he was not working, Brad enjoyed hunting and spear fishing. He loved all sports including baseball, basketball, and football. He was an amazing cook and loved to cook for his family. His most beloved thing to do was to watch and support all of his nieces and nephews in all of their sporting events…he was their greatest fan.

Brad is survived by his mother, Rose; sister, Ellen (Keith) Rossmiller; brother, Scott (Deb) O’Brien; brother, Les O’Brien; sister, Robin (Tracey) Day; nieces, Misty Burchill, Jennifer (Richard) Bothe, Ashley (Fred) Baldwin, Lisa (Victor) Loose, Syana Day, Reagen Day and Jazmin Parmer; nephews, Brett Zeltinger and Dylan O’Brien. He is also survived by 15 great nieces & nephews.

He was preceded in death by his father, Leslie.

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Jackie (Tioga, ND)
Jan 13, 2021
What a wonderful guy. Heaven got one of the best. Prayers to the family.
Gary Stefonowicz (Williston, ND)
Jan 14, 2021
To Brad's family, sorry to hear of Brad's death. He was a happy person with a smile and a joke to brighten up your day. He will be missed s he was a friend to many. Rest in peace good fellow.
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