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Brad Harrington

August 29, 1967 - December 19, 2020

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Brad Harrington passed away suddenly on Saturday December 19th, 2020 at the age of 53 years. Brad will forever be in the heart of his fiancé, best friend and love of his life Patty Ervin. Brad will be deeply missed by his son and best friend Jesse Harrington, by his son Devon Ervin and granddaughter Myah. He will be greatly missed by his parents, John and Gwen Harrington and the late Geraldine (nee Conners) and late Fred Schell. Brad will be missed by his brother Chris Harrington, and sisters Lori Harrington-McKever, Julie Mason (Todd) and April Mably (Dave). Brad will be forever remembered by his many nieces, nephews and great nieces, aunts and uncles, as well as extended family and dear friends.
Brad instantly fell in love upon meeting his granddaughter Myah and was incredibly proud to be her grandpa. To his nieces and nephews, he was always known for being the fun yet supportive uncle.
Brad loved spending time with friends and family on his ATV and being around a bonfire listening to good music and telling stories (no one was ever without a drink or chair, even if you didn’t ask for it).
All will remember him for his fun-loving, care-free attitude and dry, yet comedic and contagious sense of humor. Whether it was the first, or third time he told you a story, you laughed just as hard because of the way he told it. His eyes conveyed so much emotion even without the waving hands and voices he would add. Brad had an incredible gift of putting a smile on everyone’s face.
He was passionate about his work as a commercial construction superintendent with Percon Construction and proud to be a part of the Percon team. His interest in construction began at a young age, and his drive allowed him to learn and thrive in the industry.
Brad will be remembered for the special and unique relationship he built with each and every person he met.
Memorial donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or any OSPCA would be appreciated.
Messages of condolences may be forwarded through adamsfuneralhome.ca
A celebration of Brad’s life will be held at a later date (to be determined) as having everyone together is what made him the happiest.