Bradley Albert Quist

January 5, 2017 50 Condolences Print Obituary

It is with sorrow and sadness, that the family of Brad Quist, announce his passing on January 2, 2017 at the age of 62.

Left to cherish his memory, his wife Christine, daughter Alayna Marynowich, son Brian (Ashley) Quist, grandson Carson, sister Loretta (Norm) Jesperson, sister Phyllis (Gary) Ransbottom, brother Reg (Ollie) Quist, and numerous nieces and nephews.

Celebration of Brad’s Life
Tuesday January 10, 2017 at 2:00 pm
Trinity Funeral Home
10530 116 Street, Edmonton, AB

Memorial Donations
Cross Cancer Institute

  1. Our deepest condolence to the family, may you find comfort in the your many good memories of Brad. Brad was a good man.

    • Thank you Jim and Shirley

  2. So very sorry to hear of Brad’s passing. We worked together on Enbridge projects for several years, he was always such a good man to deal with, so helpful and knowledgeable – a really great person. My deepest sympathy for your loss.

    Jane Shreeve,
    Infrastructure Interior Design, Toronto.

    • Thank you Jane. He always enjoyed working with you.

  3. We are deeply sorry to hear about the death of our friend Brad.. He was a great man to work with and will be deeply missed by all.. Our thoughts and Prayers are with your family…

    • Thank you Tina.

  4. Christine and family, deepest condolences on behalf of the Electrical Contractors Association of Alberta. Brad was a respected member of our Association and will be missed.

    • Thank you Sheri

  5. Please accept my deepest condolences.
    I have known Brad since he started with Western and have always respected and admired the way he could handle himself in our job meetings with multiple engineers and general contractors.

    • Thank you Kai.

  6. My deepest sympathy and condolences go out to Chris and the the rest of Brad’s family. He fought hard with Chris by his side fighting for him, but God chose to call him home and free him from all sickness and pain. Rest in peace, Brad and watch over those you had no choice but to leave behind. Wrap your arms around them from Heaven and above and bring them comfort and peace!

    • Thank you so much Mary

  7. Brad was a valuable and highly respected member of the Electrical community in Alberta. Deepest sympathies from our team here at Schneider Electric. The effects of his loss are being felt already by those of us who had the honor and pleasure of working with him.

    • Thank you Terry.

  8. My deepest sympathy and condolences go out to Christine and the whole family . I worked with Christine and I had the pleasure to meet Brad a few times and he was always super nice and always willing to lend a helping hand. He cut down my fence so I could sell my house, the only person that would do it for me and didn’t mind doing it. I always remember the love that Brad has for Christine it was beautiful. Rest in peace Brad .

    • Thank you Shannon.

  9. Dear Brad’s family,
    We have such fond memories of your Dad, he was part of our family for so many years, he had a quick wit and so much fun to be around. Terry enjoyed him as a patient – and a camping buddy.
    They had many a fun times winter camping at the farm.
    As you face this time of sorrow may the pain you feel be eased with many loving memories.
    Thinking of you!
    Love Aunty Gail and Uncle Terry xoxox

  10. Our deepest condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

  11. Our Deepest Condolence. Know that our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

  12. How do you say goodbye to your kid brother? I haven’t really found the way yet. My prayer is that with time, and faith in Almighty God, healing will come to all who loved Brad. Ollie and I send our deepest condolences to Chris, Brian, Alayna and Carson.

    Till we meet again,Brad.

    • Thank you Reg and Ollie. I haven’t found the way to say good bye yet either. He was so loved.

  13. My deepest sympathy and condolences to you Christine and your family. I worked with Brad for many years through Western Electric. Brad’s office door was always open. Brad helped me many times with my computer , phone troubles and work related issues. Brad never had a bad thing to say about anyone. It was an honor and pleasure to work with Brad.

    • Thank you Bill.

  14. Our thoughts and prayers are with the whole family.
    Your Washington cousins
    Muriel, Judy and Noreen

  15. We prayed for Uncle Brad and the whole family throughout his illness, and pray now for peace and comfort for you.

    • Thank you for the prayers both while he was fighting so hard and for us now.

  16. Christine our hearts were deeply sadden to learn of Brad’s passing. Brad was a great person to serve with on the Electrical Contractors Board and he will be greatly missed please accept my condolences on your loss.

    • Thank you Bob.

  17. Christine, I am so sorry to hear of Brad’s passing. We were good friends in our younger years and I have many wonderful memories from those days. I’m sorry we lost track of each other.
    I know it’s a difficult time for you and I want to thank you for letting me know. My condolences to you and your family.

    • Thank you Cam.

      • Sorry, slip of the finger,I really did know it was Cal.

  18. My condolences to you and your family. Brad was more than my boss, but someone I could go to with job issues.
    A good man gone far too soon!

    Nelson Lilley

    • Thank you Nelson. He thought very highly of you and your work ethic.

  19. Our deepest condolences to Chris and Brad’s Family. Our hearts are with you all during this very difficult time.

    • Thank you Tasha and Adam.

  20. Chris, Alayna and Brian,

    Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of you during this difficult time. Many memories of Uncle Brad and we’ll cherish them all.

    • Thank you Dave and Mary-Ann

  21. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Christine and with Alayna and Brian. We’ve never met and we haven’t seen Brad for a long time, for which I am very sorry, but I have happy memories of Brad when he was still at home with Auntie Ina and Uncle Bert. My Dad, Bill Brooks, was very fond of Brad and Brad would always have remembered his “Uncle Bill.” We will be thinking about all of you on Tuesday. Phyllis and I plan to meet when she and Garry are back so she can share Brad’s memorial service with us. With much love, Pete and Nola Dibski (a cousin from the Bill Brooks family.)

    • Thank you for sharing your fond memories of Brad.

  22. Our sincere condolences and caring thoughts are with you all at this difficult time.

  23. Our deepest condolences to you and your family Christine. I worked for Brad at Western Electrical for a number of years, he was always friendly and helpful to me right from day one. As I grew in my career he was always willing to help me and point me in the right direction, and always reminded me to not sweat the little stuff they’ll come together in the end. When our son Bennett was born you and him were among the first to congratulate Kathleen and I, and shower Bennett with gifts. Brad often asked how Bennett was doing even after only meeting him a few times in passing. He will always be remembered in the Nicoll Household.

    • We were almost as excited as your family was when Bennett was born. I am very much looking forward to buying a pretty pink dress for the new addition to your family. Thank you so much for the kind words. Brad thought very highly of you.

  24. Christine, Brian, Alayna and Carson:
    Our deepest sympathies for your loss. I have worked with Brad for over 20 years at Western Electric. His door was always open to lend an ear / provide his professional direction. We at Western Electric, and those in the electrical industry, will miss Brad.

    • I will forever have great memories of the Christmas parties with you guys. Brad thought of Dave as a great friend. He suffered the highs and lows right alone with you while waiting for Bennett to get here. He was so excited when I told him about the new grandchild you’re expecting. It makes me smile when I think of all the days Brad would come home all excited about a new recipe from Dave.
      Brad loved working for western and he deeply cared for the people he worked with. I will miss the stories he would come home and tell me about everyone’s kids and grandchildren.

  25. Forever in a day, the memories of your Journey with Brad will populate your heart and soul, for which you can embrace them, speak of them and continue to share his impact on your Life, with those around you. Your strength and determination to care, comfort and provide a Loving presence during Brads final weeks, was incredibly touching. He is and will always watch over you & your Family my Dear. Having the opportunity to meet with you and visit Brad in the hospital, I will never forget and I do thank you for that moment in time Christine. My short duration of dealings with Brad at Western Electrical allowed me to experience his passion for success, his attention to detail and the ability to interact at levels that made a huge difference in how I performed my duties. I will miss learning from him and I will cherish the time I was privileged enough to share with him both at his office, in Calgary (during the 2015 Christmas party) and in the hospital. I’m blessed and thankful to have known him above all else. You can and will see this through because of who you are, inside. Deepest thoughts, prayers and respects to you and all your family, during this time and forward.

    • Thank you Andrew. I thank you from the bottom of my heart for being there every time I needed a rock, a kind word, encouragement, whatever I needed, you were there. I can never thank you enough.

  26. On behalf of the entire project team at the Kelly Ramsey project, we wish to offer our deepest condolences to you all. Brad was a key member of the team during the construction and will be sorely missed by all at Ledcor and within the industry.

    • Thank you Graham.

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