Karl Braddick

Dallas, Texas

Feb 1, 1919 – Jan 3, 2014


February 1, 1919
January 3, 2014
Dallas, Texas


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Karl Hausen Braddick was born in Big Spring, Texas on Feb 1, 1919, the first of 12 children to Karl and Egla Louzelle Braddick. Karl grew up in Northwest Houston during the depression. The family lived on the original 10 acres settled by Karl's grandfather, where they grew their own food,...

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Our loss, but Heaven's gain, Karl was not only a great Human Being, but one of the greatest Christians man that we have ever known. He loved Jesus Christ and it showed in his life. I believe that Jesus came to Heaven's Gate to personally welcome him home. We love you Karl, Nancy and Tony

My children, Lori Braddick Johnson and Jonathan Riede Braddick, mourn the passing of someone they loved dearly. My grandsons, Noah Henry Johnson(4 and 1/2 yrs) and Christian Riede Johnson (10 weeks)at least got to be held and kissed by their great grandfather. What a blessing he is now with his loving wife, Jane, and infant son, Tommy Wayne, at last. Love from your first daughter-in-law, Judi Braddick

Our condolences to the Braddick Family. We have fond memories of Karl ~ loved to hear him laugh. I am glad we were able to see him at the Saufley reunions. He loved telling us stories and we loved hearing them! Joe and I are thinking of you and sending prayers to your family.

I will always be grateful to Karl for hiring me at Mobil in the Property Tax Department. I spent the rest of my career with Mobil/ExxonMobil. I appreciated the confidence he showed in me and he supported and encouraged all of us. A man of great character.

May God have you in his eternal Glory!

My condolences to the family of Mr. Braddick. May you be comforted by reflecting on the many wonderful memories that you can treasure forever.

I had the pleasure to work for Karl at Mobil for the last seven years of his career. He gave me my opportunity in Property Tax and I will be forever grateful to him for getting me started in, and providing support to a career that spanned 35 years. I remember him as a man of integrity and great dignity. My thoughts and prayers go to his family. He will be greatly missed.

I was fortunate to meet Karl and Jane through their niece, Rev. Bennie Braddick. We went to their lake home several times, and each time we were treated like royalty. What a loving couple. I am so happy Bennie and her husband, David were able to visit Karl and family this fall.
Sincerely, Nancy Grant of Tyler, Texas

Karl was a great, great man. I met Karl at Cross Lutheran Church in New Braunfels where Karl was the treasurer. We served together on the board for many years. Karl was instrumental in the decision making process that resulted in the construction of the new church. Karl and Jane were loved members of Cross for the years they lived in Canyon Lake. I also worked for Karl, helping him with the upkeep of his beautiful home in Canyon Lake. He and Jane were great friends and we loved them. Karl was...