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DUNLOP, Bradley

May 10, 1952 — November 24, 2014

Survived by sisters Carol Milligan and Norma Snider, brother Ron (Buzz) Dunlop and many nieces and nephews. It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden loss of a man loved by all, Bradley was an electrician who loved music. He was self-taught on vocals, guitar, bass keyboard and drums since the age of 13. His first paying gig was when he was 14, he played in many bands over the years that earned him the nickname “The Closer”. As he always said “the music in me was screaming to get out”. The memories he instilled in our hearts will remain forever, his smile, laughter and passion for life. He will be sadly missed by all. A memorial service will held in the spring at a date to be announced. Donations to Heart and Stroke. For those wishing to send a condolence, photos or share memories, may do so by scrolling down this page to the area called “Share Your Condolences.”

Sunday, May 17, 2015 at 5:00 pm

Rutland United Church

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The service for DUNLOP, Bradley is scheduled for Sunday, May 17, 2015 at 5:00 pm. Below you will find the map for the service location and the contact information should you have any questions.

Address & Contact for Service Location:

Rutland United Church

1370 Rutland Road N Kelowna, British Columbia


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  • Don & Jewel Forbes says:

    Buzz Carol & Family

    So sorry to hear of Brad’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  • Colin Riese says:

    Brad… you will be missed by so so many people. You were a great listener, and mentor. I will always remember you and I am a better person because of you. Thanks for sharing your life experiences, and above all, your humor.
    You are truly missed.

    Your friend always…. “Rinks”

  • Dave Jaggers says:

    Shocking to hear of the passing of Brad, I worked many years with Brad at Tolko . He was a good co worker
    He will be missed

  • John Cawley says:

    Very shocked and sorry to hear the final chapter in the story of Brad Dunlop ended way to soon. Brad was a gentleman, had a heart of gold, and was a passionate environmental advocate who gave so much for what he believed in.
    Safe travels in the next dimension my friend……John.

  • Dan MacPhee says:

    Met Brad at the Dawson Creek project in 2013. He was a gentleman, who was passionate about whatever he did. I am grateful to have known him. Rest in peace Brad.

  • John Schlosser says:

    I just found out today (02.24.15)!! Brad and I had prepared great plans in our chosen avocational pursuits. We drank a lot of MGD discussing and planning, I will miss Brad and I guess I have to drink the MDG that’s left in my fridge myself.

  • Don Stefiuk says:

    Found out about Brad’s passing in early February. Gone way to soon, I worked with Brad on several projects and also had the pleasure of jamming with him on several occasions. He was very passionate about every thing he did especially his music. He will be missed by all that knew him. Rest in Peace Brad.

  • Chris Oike says:

    I’m so sorry to hear that Brad has passed away. We went to school together in Lillooet and I’ll always remember him as a gentle soul.

  • Doug Wilson says:

    So sorry to hear about Brad’s passing. I spent a bit of time in his mom and dad’s basement in Lillooet listening to the band ( The Wild Onions)practice

  • Sherril Elliot says:

    Just found out about Brad, so very sorry to hear the news. My condolences to his family and friends. Growing up in Lillooet, I remember many occasions listening to Brad play his music. It brings back many good memories.

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