Bradley Todd Crickett

18/04/1969 - 26/03/2024


Obituary For Bradley Todd Crickett

It is with immense grief and a loss beyond words that we announce the passing of Bradley Todd Crickett- a loving son, husband, father, brother, uncle and friend to many on March 26, 2024 at the age of 54 years.

Brad is survived by his wife Jackie, sons Kyle (Tyya), Taylor and Matthew, daughters Brettanie (Jackson) and Paige and granddaughters Hattie, Libby and Hannah. Brad leaves behind his brother Greg (Georgie), sisters Brenda (Brad), Kim, Cathy, Linda and Bev, along with many nieces and nephews and numerous friends he considered family as well.

Brad is now rejoicing in the presence of his predeceased parents George and Joyce Crickett, bothers Tim and Gerald, and sister Sharon, along with his good buddy Wayne and many other loved ones he lost along the way.

Brad was born in Nelson, BC on April 18, 1969. He was the second youngest in very large family of 10 children. He spent his childhood growing up in the beautiful Kootenay and Okanogan area. At the ripe young age of 16, he travelled up to Northern Alberta- Grande Prairie to begin the legacy he has left behind.

He was charismatic, larger than life and the voice that stood out in the room. He loved fishing, camping, quadding, dancing and spending time with family and friends. Not only did he love his family deeply, he loved his close friends and pipeline family as well – he was the leader of the pack, the Godfather of pipeline – a natural leader with a strong desire to succeed. He tried to be there for everyone and was often spread too thin but he gave everything he had to all in the best way he possibly could.

He is missed by many and the world will never be the same- the void is there and will remain there. He is eternally in our hearts and thoughts. May his legacy live on and remind everyone to love one another with open heart and mind.

A Memorial Service for Brad will be held on Saturday, June 15, 2024, at 2:00pm at the Tara Centre in Hall BCD.

Care entrusted to Bear Creek Funeral Home 780 830-7742


15 Jun

Memorial Service

02:00 PM

Tara Center at Evergreen Park 55051 Twp Rd 710 Grande Prairie, Al T2E 8MT Get Directions »
by Obituary Assistant

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  • 05/04/2024

    Met Brad 40 years ago when he first moved up to Grande Prairie. Such a likeable happy young Man. Worked hard played hard and to love him was easy as he accepted all those that were around him. Brads humour and quick witty comments and saying will be with us for ever going forward. My deepest condolences to Brads Family and friends. A great one gone to soon. RIP my friend.

  • 05/04/2024

    Condolences to family and friends 💙

  • 05/04/2024

    Oh Jackie what a loss !!! He was a Gift to so many and the memories created will be cherished by us all !! I pray for peace , comfort & light for all of you !

  • 05/04/2024

    Your light will continue to shine my love and I look forward to the day we are reunited again for eternity. There are no words except I love you forever and ever ... until we meet again rest well my love and give Mom a huge hug for me. I am so grateful for you and will miss you every minute of every hour of every day❤️

  • 05/04/2024

    One great man I worked with him for short time we hit it off day 1 started becoming friends pretty good he will be missed.

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