In Memory

Bradley Schneider

deceased February 9. 2019. (obit hasn't been published yet)

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02/20/19 11:31 AM #1    

Tommy Malcik

It's always sad to read this kind of notice about one of my classmates.  I've known Bradley since Ridglea West Elementary school.  Everyone liked him.  My prayers and thoughts are with family.

02/20/19 12:08 PM #2    

Burr Buckalew

Bradley was a good guy who always had a smile on his face. 

Very sorry to hear of his passing.

Burr Buckalew

02/20/19 04:13 PM #3    

Bill Conly II

 Bradley was a good friend and an all-around great guy. I enjoyed seeing him at the 50th reunion in October.  He was a really talented artist and I always wished that I could draw as well as him, going all the way back to Mrs. Lott’s art class at Ridglea West. My thoughts and prayers are with Bradley, Debbie & family and friends. 

02/20/19 07:05 PM #4    

Sis Rankin

Brad and his family were my neighbors for 30 plus years.....I simply loved them!

02/21/19 08:56 AM #5    

Annetta Stinnett (Stogdell)

Bradley was certainly one of the Ridglea West "kids", well remembered and certainly missed.  It was wonderful to see him at the 50th and catch up a bit. 

02/22/19 11:04 AM #6    

Jimmy Banks


Bradley Wayne Schneider
Bradley Wayne Schneider Obituary
Bradley Wayne Schneider FORT WORTH -- Brad Schneider, 69, passed away peacefully February 16, 2019. MEMORIAL: 3 p.m. Saturday, February 23, New River Fellowship Church, 930 Winscott Road, Benbrook, Texas 76126 A lifelong resident of Fort Worth, he graduated from Arlington Heights High School in 1968 and attended the University of Texas. He had a 22 year career with Ben E. Keith Beers, retiring in September. Brad enjoyed spending time with his family, cruising the Caribbean, working around the house, tinkering on his vintage motorcycles and his Corvette. He will be remembered for his sense of humor, personality, smile and his love for his family. SURVIVORS: Brad is survived by his wife, Debbie; son, Matt and wife, Bethany; daughter, Kelly and husband, Mikal Valenzuela; Brother, Lee and wife, Merrill; Father-in-law and Mother-in-law, Tommy and Betty Farris; Grandchildren, Hannah, Charlie, Carter and Hudson Schneider and Jackson Valenzuela; nieces, nephews, cousins and friends that loved him dearly.

02/22/19 07:21 PM #7    

Paul Stouffer

Bradley’s daughter, Kelly, is a close friend of my daughter. I shared everyones’ comments with her, and she thanks all of you. I did not know him very well, but he raised a wonderful daughter. She is a real sweetheart!

02/23/19 10:20 AM #8    

Jim White

I agree with what the others have said about Bradley.  We attended Sunday school at St. Andrews 1st through 12th grade together and I new him at Heights. We lost contact after high school. I remember  Bradley as a very nice person who was always warm and cordial.  I am sad to learn that he passed away.  My condolences to his family.

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