Bradley Strauss

August 4, 1967 - March 28, 2024

In Loving Memory

Bradley Strauss

With great sadness in our hearts, the family of Bradley Strauss announce his sudden passing on March 28th, 2024 at the age of 56.

Left to cherish their dear memories with him are his beloved brother and sister-in-law, Leonard and Gloria Strauss, his beloved sister Carole Schinkinger, his devoted partner Dianne Mouncey.

His precious nieces and nephews: Lisa and Gordy Noon, Leon Strauss, Tracy Schinkinger, Trevor and Katie Schinkinger, Travis and Heidi Schinkinger, Terralyn and Brent Matiaszow, Troy and Angela Schinkinger. His adored great nieces and nephews: Kaitlyn and Kyler Fleming; Kyra and Kassidy Noon; Taylor, Tyson & Madison, and Trent Heidinger; Marley MacKinnon; Avery, Brooklyn and Sarah Schinkinger; Merle and Mabel Matiaszow and Henry Schinkinger. His many cherished cousins in Alberta and B.C. His long-time friends Gabriela Sladkova, Robert Crichton, Brandon Robinson, Al and Deb Smith, Vince and Samantha Peters and a street full of kind neighbours. Brad was greeted in heaven by his loving parents Elmer and Doris Strauss and his beloved brother-in-law, Conrad Schinkinger.

Brad will be greatly missed in the Fort Saskatchewan, AB community as he was a long-time business owner (Associated Telecom) and a member of the Fort Saskatchewan Fire Department. He retired to Armstrong, B.C. to spend his days fishing – his most loved hobby with his best friend, his dog Mocha.

The family will be holding a private memorial service at a later date. In lieu of floral tributes, donations can be made to the Bethlehem Lutheran Church Memorial Fund or a charity of one’s choice.

Arrangements entrusted to

Cypress Funeral & Cremation Services 250-546-7237

Condolences may be expressed to the family by phone or email through Cypress Funeral & Cremation Services:

T: 250-546-7237

2980 Smith Dr,
Armstrong, BC V0E 1B1

E: [email protected]

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Comments: 5

  1. John and Bev Wysocki says:

    It’s with deep sadness that Brad has left this world 🌎 too soon. He mentioned to me that he would be glad if he could live to the age of 50 years old. So glad that he exceeded that time. Unfortunately he had a tough life to get there after his lung operation! We will miss his great smile fishing with Mocca ! I’m glad that we were able to become friends with Brad thru Gabriela. We will miss Brad’s dry sense of humour. RIP Brad. Hope you catch lots of fish 🐠

  2. Bill Fowler says:

    He would come over to are house and talk as we sat out side with are dog MJ ( merry Jane) we would meet him at lakes were he was camping And bs about the one that got away wheel miss him we will celebrate his life in are way

  3. janet Woollett says:

    Our deepest condolences to Brad’s family and friends .There was never any doubt how precious you were to him.
    We met Brad 9 years ago when we moved to Vernon. Brad was friends with my brother Robert, so we quickly became friends too.
    Lots of fun times at the beach,playing cards ,and fun dinner parties. Brad was never one to turn down chocolate cake.
    Brad will be missed by everyone who knew him. Treasure the happy memories and take comfort from the fact that he is now free of pain.
    Jan and Gordon Woollett

  4. Clayton McClaflin says:

    I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Brad, I had the privilage to know Brad and work with him for many years while serving on the Fort Fire Department. I pass my condolences on to the family , Brad was always willing to help and pass on his knowledge to others on the Department making the Department better for our community, he will be missed.

  5. Robert & Anna Crichton says:

    I met Brad working on the rope course of the Prairie Dog Adventure Race, near Andrew Alberta, and we quickly became friends. We spent a lot of great days talking and teaching rescue skills.
    After Brad moved to Armstrong he encouraged my wife Anna and I to retire to the area. In 2015 Brad helped us move into our home in Vernon. Many great times with Brad and our family followed.
    Summer or winter Brad loved to fish, often it seemed like a competition on who would last the longest out the lake… “Who’s going to call it first?”
    Some of our fondest memories are with Brad and Mocha fishing his favorite lakes. At times I wondered who got more excited, Brad or Mocha, when Brad caught a fish.
    We will think of Brad every time we are out on those lakes.
    Brad will be greatly missed by both myself and Anna.
    “Fish on! Brad”
    Robert & Anna Crichton

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