James Edvin "Ed" Bradt

May 9, 1947 - July 5, 2014

James Edvin “Ed” Bradt, age 67 of Lucas, Texas, passed away July 5, 2014. He was born May 9, 1947 in Cushing, Oklahoma to James Bradt and Ruth Clark Bradt. On June 16, 1994, Ed married Sandra Farrell in Dallas, Texas. Ed graduated from Stigler High School in 1965, and attended the University of Oklahoma. He was a member of the Air National Guard, an Eagle Scout, and a lifetime member of the NRA. Born with an entrepreneurial spirit, Ed started several successful businesses. One of the things he was most proud of was his 36 years of sobriety through Alcoholics Anonymous, helping others in their daily walk along the way.

He is survived by his wife, Sandra Farrell of Lucas, Texas; children Doug Bradt and wife Jennifer of Frisco, Texas; Debbie Hicks and Rick Bradt of Fort Smith, Arkansas; Lance Farrell of Floresville, Texas; Victor Farrell and wife Casey of Sachse, Texas; Lynn Farrell and husband Joseph Norred of McKinney, Texas; grandchildren Hannah, Abby, Madison, Mack, Brooks, Jordan, Cash, Addison, Grace, Brandon, Dustin, Josh, and Erik; great-grandchildren Justin, Tyler, Anna Grace, and Hunter.

Ed was preceded in death by his parents and grandson, Christian Ray Farrell.

A funeral service will be held at 12:00 PM, Wednesday, July 9, 2014 at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Chapel in Allen, Texas. A reception in Ed’s honor will be held immediately following the service at Two Rows Restaurant in Allen, Texas.


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Sandy, You and your family are in our prayers!Matt said he was just thinking of you and Ed...we hadn't seen you two in a while! I pray you will find peace thru this hard time! Ed will surely be missed! He was a great man and wonderful friend to us. You all will forever be dear to our hearts. With Love, Matt & Venessa Goff, July 9, 2014 We will miss Ed so much. Loved his smile and sense of humor. Prayers for Sandy. Love ya sister. Michelle Eaton Hole-Stigler eaton, July 8, 2014 Your friends here are praying for you and your family. Methodist Church of Stigler, Oklahoma, July 8, 2014