BRADLEY MICHAEL RAMAGE
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RAMAGE BRADLEY MICHAEL

It is with great sadness that we announce the unexpected passing of Bradley Michael Ramage, a loving father, husband and son, on Monday, April 29, 2019. He was a kind and loving son, father and husband and a dear friend to so many, he will be sadly missed. A source of inspiration, hope and unyielding support, Bradley is survived by his wife, Michelle Ramage; son, Tristan Ramage; and his parents, Barbra Budiscak Ramage and James B. Ramage. He is loved and admired by many who he touched in the hockey community, his work with Sunrise Medical, participation with the US Paralympic Team, and the Pittsburgh Steelwheelers. In lieu of flowers, the Family requests that donations be made to the Pittsburgh Steelwheelers' in Bradley's name. Please visit www.steelwheelers.com for more information on how to donate. A life, so beautiful, will be honored with a Celebration of Life. Details will be announced at a later date. WILLIAM SLATER II FUNERAL SERVICE, Scott Twp., entrusted with arrangements.


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Published in Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on May 2, 2019.
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June 1, 2019
Shelly and Gill Rice
May 14, 2019
I worked with Brad way back in Virginia and simply adored him. You have my heartfelt condolences.
Sara Warren
May 13, 2019
Brad was a phenomenon. He made such a big difference in the world. I am proud to have known him and his wonderful mother Barbara and his Aunt Kathy (my first cousins who grew up with me) and his whole family. The world's better thanks to all of them. Rest in peace, Dear Brad
Robby Champion
May 7, 2019
So deeply sorry.
Patrick Loughney
May 7, 2019
So deeply sorry
Patrick Loughney
May 3, 2019
Brad will be greatly missed, he was an amazing person to work with. My prayers are with the family at this sad time. You are an angel.
In Christ Love,
Carmela
Carmela Endres
Coworker
May 3, 2019
The Herrmann Family would like to extend our deepest condolences to Michelle, Tristan and Barb. We had so many fun times during our hockey years together. Brad was a true gentleman and inspiration to all. He will truly be missed. May you lean on God's strength to get you through this difficult time knowing he is joyfully in his eternal home.

Bernie, Beth, Zach , Austin, Tyler, Allie and Cami
May 2, 2019
Both Marta and I along with our children are so sorry for your loss. We loved Brad. We will always remember him and the difference he made to all those hockey players he touched with kindness and encouragement. He was family. Brad. RIP.
DONALD And MARTA BINOTTO
Friend
May 2, 2019
Brad you will be deeply missed. We had a lot of great times at our family picnics, the memories and stories we had when we came home from our car trip to Disney with Min and Uncle Al. Forever in our hearts. May you rest in peace❤
Shelly Caldwell-Woods
Family
May 2, 2019
Jim my prayers are with you and all
Shirley Bedillion
Friend
May 2, 2019
I was so saddened to hear of Brads sudden passing. Brad and I met years back during an occupational therapy meeting for my power wheelchair fitting at the Children's Institute in Pittsburgh and instantly a friendship grew. I have never met someone who was so passionate about their job all while being compassionate and humble with others. Brad accomplished many things in life but the one that he stressed to everyone that crossed his path was the accomplishment of being a father to a wonderful son. I hope his family is able to find some peace and comfort knowing how many lives he touched. I'm forever grateful for my by chance meeting that turned into a friendship. Sending Tristan and all of Brads family so much love and light.
Sara Simpson
May 2, 2019
Words can not express my sadness for the world!!! Brad has such passion for everything he did, Whether it was sports, work but especially when it came to Tristan!! When he spoke of Tristan I could see that Tristan was truly his Fathers best accomplishment but thru his references I could feel Tristan has learned the beautiful qualities of his father. Which I am sure Brad learned from his parents. That is how Brad lives on...
I'm honored to have worked with Brad!
Christy Shimono
Coworker
May 2, 2019
Brad will be greatly missed, he was an amazing person to work with. My heart is so very sad for his family.
In Christ Love,
Melinda
Melinda Matuse
Coworker
May 2, 2019
My dear friend Barb, my heart cannot imagine your sorrow this day...May God grant you and your family strength and comfort in knowing that certainly Heaven is rejoicing for another soul has finally reached his true home. God Bless You.
kathryn f flesch flesch
Friend
May 2, 2019
We are so saddened to hear of Brad's passing. He was a wonderful friend and truly such an inspiration to many. I'm sure he and Doug will enjoy a beer together and watch over all of us. Michelle and Tristan, I will keep you both in my prayers.
Jan and family
Jan Shoup
Friend
May 2, 2019
A true champion, in every aspect of the word!! A real pleasure to work with Brad for so many years!
Thoughts & prayers are with Tristan and the family! My heart hurts for you. Keep Brad in your heart and thoughts, and he will remain with you forever!
Shari Schubert
Friend
May 2, 2019
My Condolences ❤
Natalie Raachini
May 1, 2019
Brad,
You ARE such a source of inspiration! Although you have gone home, your inspiration will live on with so many. I will miss you greatly! But know that you will never be forgotten.
Alan Derr
Acquaintance
May 1, 2019
My heart is deeply broken by Brad's passing. He & I shared so many childhood memories and we were able to carry our relationship on into our adult lives. I will forever cherish him and his love for the remainder of my days. Love you all ❤ May you rest easy now Brad. Run free & fast
Tammie Moore
Family
May 1, 2019
We are very, very sad to learn of Brad's passing. We remember him as the most kind and personable young man that you describe. He and Michael had wonderful memories of playing ball together and always having a great time. God Bless you all and our prayers will continue for your healing.
Joan and Mick Susko
Friend
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