Eugene Paul BRADT

Red Wing, MN, Minnesota

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The best mediator ever. Fiercely intelligent. And he told the best stories around the table. Rest well Gene.

To the Bradt family,

I had the pleasure of working with Gene as a law clerk and attorney at HDBO&B in the late 90's, and was always struck with how generous Gene was with his time and intelligence - always helping out those who were trying to learn how to be lawyers. He was a class act and he will be missed.

Sincerely and respectfully,
David Reddan

Gene was always a class act and a real gentleman. It was a privilege to know him and to work with him. My condolences to his family.

To the Bradt family gene was such a nice man real gentleman. I worked at Snyder pharmacy in Roseville where I had the pleasure to serve him. So so sorry linda

Gene and I have been close friends since we were both 12 years old, growing up in West Duluth. We went off to Nazarath Hall Seminary when we were 15; then to Duluth Denfeld. Following graduation we both went to Marquette U.Later, Gene graduated from
Wm Mitchell Law School. Our careers as lawyers coincided. He was a role model for me. I will miss him immensely. I'm glad he found Dona who taught him the glories of opera, classical music, and travel. Thank you, Dona.


I was a Plaintiff's lawyer who used Gene probably 25-50 times for ADR over the years. I won, lost, and settled, but always knew that Gene's integrity was the absolute highest around. We argued, agreed, and disagreed, but never parted as anything but friends.

Dear Kellie, Kevin, and Eric,

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your families.

Your father was a noble person, caring and kind. A man of distinction and integrity, he was held in high regard by both those in his professional life, and those in his personal life.

I'm proud to have known him and to have been a part of his life. He will be greatly missed. My sympathies for your loss.

Bill and Darlene ~ our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.


Eugene's Obituaries

76, of Red Wing and formerly of Roseville, entered into eternal peace on Thursday, Aug. 29, 2013, after a courageous battle with brain cancer. He was born on June 7th 1937, in Hastings to Robert and Lucille (Niederkorn) Bradt, later moving to Duluth where he graduated from Denfeld High School in...

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