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K. Bradley McPhee

1966-2021

K. Bradley McPhee K. Bradley McPhee K. Bradley McPhee
K. Bradley McPhee

K. Bradley McPhee, 55, of Havelock, passed away suddenly at his home on Sunday, December 19, 2021. Born in Moncton, he was the son of Kenneth McPhee and the late Sandra McPhee (Bishop, 2014).

Bradley was a gentle soul with sparkling eyes and a loving grin. He loved music and playing his ukulele. He was a jack of all trades and worked on Grand Manan Island as a carpenters helper and painter. He was a former member of the Salisbury Cadets, 580 Squad. Due to his long time health issues, Bradley was not able to take part in as many social activities and work endeavors as he would have so loved to do.

In addition to his father Kenneth (Simone), Bradley is survived and sadly missed by his sisters, Cassandra Parisee (Ted) and Kimberley McPhee; nephews Jordan and Andrew Parisee, and Cody McPhee; as well as many aunts, uncles, and cousins.

Besides his mother, Bradley was predeceased by his brother, Andrew McPhee, and his favorite uncle J.R. McPhee.

There will be no services at this time. The family will gather to celebrate Bradley and lay him to rest at the Pine Hill Cemetery, Salisbury, at a later date.  Arrangements are in care of The Salisbury Funeral Home (506-372-4800).

If desired, memorials to a local charity would be appreciated.

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“To my uncle: I’m at a loss of words. You were a wonderfully kind person who had a heart bigger than your body could carry. I wasn’t prepared to say goodbye so soon. You had so many exciting new things coming your way and you were ready to take them by storm. You always made the best of what you had, and made sure you had the time to stop and smell the roses too. The world could have learned a lot from you; how to be gentle and understanding, even when times were tough, and how to appreciate the mere seconds of life that pass most of us by without a glance or thought. I hope you’ve found that inner peace you were working so hard for and can finally have your much deserved rest into your next journey.”
- Cody McPhee

Burial Location
Pine Hill Cemetery, Salisbury, NB

Requested Charity
A Local Charity