Brad Haller

Obituary
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Brad Haller, 49, went home to be with his Lord Jesus on March 31, 2014. He was born on July 26, 1964 in Anchorage. Despite his health problems, he pursued life. He was to start classes at UAA in May.

Brad was owner/operator of J and B Alaskan Design (screen printing), Da Vinci's Pizzeria and Extreme Computer. He was also going to college to become and Internet Security specialist and had a heart for people in need.

Brad loved walking his dog Lola, hockey, Rock n Roll music, guitar hero, riding his Cannondale bike, cooking, camping, three wheeling, computers, fishing, boats, his family, helping people, Jesus Christ, and enjoyed cooking for and being with his family.

His mom states "He was a friend as well as a loving son." Always including her and being there for her. His dad says he was a perfectionist and vibrant young man. He didn't let grass grow under his feet. Robert, his brother, says he was adventurous and a free spirit. His sister, Wendy, says he was a good big brother and always looked out for me. He was adventurous, very talented and taken long before his time. He will be missed. He touched many people's lives. His philosophy was "I'm always there for you."

Brad is preceded in death by his two grandmothers, Dorothy and Grayce; also his uncle, Ed.

Brad is survived by his parents, Carol and Jerry Haller; brother, Robert Haller; sister, Wendy Rath; nephew, Brett Rath; neice, Heather Winter; son, Bradley Haller; many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

Brad accepted the Lord Jesus as his lord and Savior when he was a young man. He wanted a dress suit and tie to wear to the Elder's Class to go with his dad.

In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Anchorage Gospel Rescue Mission at P.O. Box 230510, Anchorage, AK 99523

A celebration of Brad's life will be held on May 10, 2014 at 1:00 p.m. at Cornerstone Church, 10431 Brayton Drive, off O'Malley on frontage road.

Published in Anchorage Daily News from May 4 to May 11, 2014