Brad Mallory, 1987 ~ 2017
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Brad Mallory, 1987 ~ 2017
Brad Mallory, 1987 ~ 2017
Brad Mallory died on Friday, March 24, 2017 in Waldon, Colorado. He was born on May 4, 1987 in Moab, Utah.

He attended La Sal Elementary, and Monticello High School, graduating in 2005. He had five sons who were the passion of his life. He worked in the oil industry and loved the hard, dirty work, only complaining that it took him away from his family. A smiling friend, Brad was full of life and enjoyed camping and the outdoors. He will be greatly missed.

Brad is survived by his wife, Sheena, and sons, Tavian, Jaytin, Tandyn, Traxton, and Drace; his father, Bradley Mallory, and mother Stephanie Titus Mallory; and siblings, Tiffany Mallory (Joyce), Mandy Young (Brock), Jeremy Mallory (Stacy) and Levi Mallory (Cassie).

He was predeceased in death by his paternal grandparents, William Edwin Mallory and Loveina Pearl Willis Mallory, and maternal grandparents, Joseph Parker Titus, and Lula Mae Jones Titus. He will greatly missed by all who knew him.

We will be holding a memorial for William Bradley Mallory on Saturday, April 1, at 11 a.m. at Hang Dog on the La Sal Mountains.

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