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Fiegel, Bradley A.

Bradley A. Fiegel, age 59, of 2121 Apricot Street, Wisconsin Rapids, WI died Saturday, February 22, 2014 at his residence.

Private family services were held on Wednesday at Ritchay Funeral Home in Wisconsin Rapids, WI.

Brad was born August 18, 1954 in Wisconsin Rapids, WI to John and Lois (Moline) Fiegel Sr. He graduated from Lincoln High School in 1973. Brad was employed at NewPage Corp. for over 41 years.

Brad was a sports enthusiast throughout his life; participating in track, football, racquetball, volleyball and snorkeling. He loved watching his nephews play high school and college football. Brad enjoyed staying active, working out, walking his dogs and being outdoors.

Brad had a talent for building, remodeling and working on vehicles. He was always there to lend a helping hand to friends and family.

Brad and Mary enjoyed warm weather vacations; their favorite being Maui, Hawaii. There they met many wonderful people that became good friends.

Brad is survived by his long time love, Mary; his mother, Lois Fiegel of Wisconsin Rapids, WI; three brothers, Jack Fiegel of Buffalo, IA, Rod Fiegel of Wisconsin Rapids, WI and Scott Fiegel of Wisconsin Rapids, WI; his extended family Mike and Jenny Schwake and Sandy Dhein; nieces and nephews, Travis, Tracy, Brent, Kyle, Trevor, Jacob, Danielle, Aaron and Tanya; and great nieces and nephews, Ayden, Rian, Daven, Dylan and Sierrah. Brad is also survived by his loyal companions, Joey and Sylvia. He is further survived by his special friends Marlene Freedlund and Linda Flaig-Johnson.

Brad was preceded in death by his father, two brothers, Barry and Douglas and loyal companions, Arie, Mac, Ben and Ira.

A memorial will be established in Brad's name at a later date.

To Brad:

"I sense a certain something in my heart that felt so right and true, and I knew I'd waited all my life to fall in love with you."

"Do you love me? 'Let me count the whales.' That means you do!"

Always and forever~ Mary


Published in Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune on Feb. 27, 2014
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