Deceased Name Released

Posted on Monday, June 4th, 2018 at 10:48 AM

Dear community,

It is with heavy heart that I announce today the passing of Firefighter Brad Lydic – who was pronounced deceased at yesterday evenings fatality accident that occurred near the K-Mart parking lot. His wife Stephani was also involved in the accident but was transported to Havasu Regional Medical Center with cracked ribs and road rash, she is expected to be released today. Their two boys were not with the two of them when this occurred. Please keep them in your prayers.

Respectfully,
Robert Starkey
HSF Founder/Director

 

R.I.P. Brad Lydic

 


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16 comments on “Deceased Name Released”

  1. Connie Clement Reply

    I am devastated to learn it’s one of our brave firefighters who lost his life. I am so happy to hear his wife has survived and I am praying for her complete recovery.

  2. Dee Reply

    Such a sad incident. My sympathies to the family, friends and colleagues of the two of them.

  3. Tammy Reply

    WoW im at a loss for words.
    First want to send my Thoughts and Prayers to Stephani and her two children for their loss. I cant even imagine being in your shoes yet it hits home-Hard!
    I also want to extend my Condolences to our Fire Dept for their loss. My thoughts and Prayers for each one of you. (Continued)

  4. Isaid Itlouder Reply

    Thank You for Your devout service and commitment to Our Community.
    Rest In Peace. God Bless

  5. Tammy Reply

    In know what a tight knit family you are and losing one of your own, on the job or not, hits home. GOD BLESS!!

  6. Kevin Reply

    Rest in peace Brad and hoping that things go as smooth as possible for your family and your brethren. The Wards

  7. Angel Reply

    Brad, you will be missed. Steph I love you and the boys I’m here for whatever you need.

  8. Frank J.Espinosa Reply

    🌹R.I.P. BROTHER🌹Godbless To Your Family/Children And Your Brothers And Sisters Your In Our Prayers Here At The Garden City Fire Protection District In Garden City Mo🌹🙏🏽🌹

  9. Tracy Hon Reply

    Sad when a family member is taken so young leaving a family with a big hole in it!!

  10. Brian McLaughlin Reply

    I’m so sorry for your Loss Stephanie. So glad to hear that you and you kids will be ok. Hope you heal quickly.

  11. Johnnie Moore Reply

    My family is praying for your family. You are in our thoughts and prayers Try and be brave for your boys.

  12. Pamela Kolesar Reply

    RIP Sir! Thank you for your service to our community! God Bless you, your family, friends & colleagues!

  13. Kimberly lyman Reply

    I am in total shock and just wanting to make this not be true. Brad was a great husband and loving father and a good friend to all who knew him. He loved his fsmily first and than his job. Oh man he loved what he did. I am so sorry Stephanie no words can say how sorry for you and the boys we are. Please know I am praying endlessly for you and all your family. And will be here if you need anything at all. RIP Brad. We will all take it from here. Thank you for your service and for your friendship through the years. I will miss your smile. It’s a very sad sad day.

  14. Kris♥️ Reply

    My heart Hurts to hear what happened! I am here for you Stephanie and the boys! I just left Bradley so much. I will remember him always! I love you!!!!

  

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