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Bradley Wiese

Bradley Wiese

Sunday, June 13th, 1954 - Tuesday, September 15th, 2020
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Wiese, Bradley Steven:

Bradley Wiese died September 15, 2020 peacefully at Toronto General Hospital at the age of 66. Brad was the devoted husband of Holly for 27 years. He remains firmly in the hearts of his children Jessie Wiese, Nikki McKenzie (granddaughter Alora), Brad Koenig and Christian Koenig. Brad is also survived by his dear mother Donna, his sisters Janice O’Keeffe (Doug), Shawn Wiese (Ray). He was much appreciated as an affectionate brother-in-law to Wendy Wildfong and the Schaub/Press family. Brad lived every day fully, a great cook, baker, fixer of anything broken. He especially reveled in his life in the last 8 months following lung transplant surgery. A family man first and foremost, his generous nature, surprising humour and quiet but engaged presence leaves a lasting and strong impression. We will always remember his gentle nature and big heartedness.
His family gives many thanks to the medical staff of TGH for their exquisite care of Brad throughout his journey there.
There will be no memorial gathering at this time. A celebration of Brad’s life is to be held at a later date when friends and family can fully enjoy their memories together.
In lieu of flowers, donations to Toronto General & Western Hospital Foundation to support the Toronto Lung Transplant Program would be appreciated by the family. Please visit tgwhf.ca/tribute or call 416-603-5300, cards available at the Henry Walser Funeral Home 519-749-8467.

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Janice O'Keeffe

Posted at 11:18pm
Will miss you so very much Brad! never ending laughs at home on the farm, and as adults sharing drinks and good food. Our families have nothing but good memories. Glad you and Holly got out to the Coast to see us and so very sad we were denied our visit in June due to Covid. sending love and peace to you Holly, all the kids, and to our families and friends. RIP big guy.

love Janice, Doug and family

Chris Bischoff

Posted at 10:32am
We were so sorry to hear of the passing of Brad. We so remember having fun times with him at Chicopee, and playing horseshoes! Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family at this difficult time. Our deepest sympathy, Dietmar and Chris Bischoff

William Mitchell

Posted at 08:48am
Holly. Our deepest sympathies go out to you and your family Our thoughts are with you. Cousin Bill and Gloria

Chris and Mitch Schaub

Posted at 11:27pm
Holly, we can’t possibly express enough how sad and sorry we are for your tremendous loss. Brad was such a wonderful and loving brother-in-law to us and uncle to our girls. We will miss him. Sending our love to you and the rest of the family. God bless.


Posted at 08:06pm
Sorry to hear, I'll always remember his smile and impeccable landscape skills around the house.

Pat Spurgeon Posted at 04:29pm

Tom and I are both so sad to hear of Brads’s passing. Tom enjoyed working with him at Resource and I wish we would have spent more time with you both. Please accept our deepest condolences Holly and family.

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