Bradley Grant Smock

Born:
October 11, 1955 :: Wellington, Kansas
Passed Away:
December 16, 2009 :: Boulder, Colorado

Bradley Grant Smock was born October 11, 1955 in Wellington, KS to Raymond Grant Smock and Bonnie Mattingly Smock.

Brad moved with his family from Kansas to Denver, CO in 1956. He attended schools in Adams County District 12, graduating from Thornton High School at age 16. A few months later he joined the United States Air Force and trained as a fire fighter and paramedic. After serving 4 years, he was honorably discharged and came back to the Denver metro area. He earned an Associates Degree from Front Range Community College and in 2001 began working for Ball Aerospace Corp. as a machinist.

Brad was tragically killed in a motorcycle accident at 5:30am on Dec. 16, 2009 while on his way to work at Ball Corp. in Boulder, CO.

He was preceded in death by his father Raymond Smock in 1996 and his brother Stuart Blaine Smock in 2007.

He is survived by his mother Bonnie Smock of Denver, CO, his sister Rebecca Thames of Hermosa Beach, CA, and his fiance Margo Burnett of Northglenn, CO.

Posted by All Veterans Funeral & Cremation.

 

4 Responses to Bradley Grant Smock

  1. Mike Smock says:

    Please accept my deepest sympathy. I have been looking for family members, and to discover that I am too late to reconnect is a true tragedy. I am sorry for you’re loss. Mike Smock, son of Charles Gary and Norma. I I know you heard of Norma’s passing in July of 2007, also my Sister Nancy died suddenly in July of 2009. It’s been while cleaning out her house that I’d come across some memories of Brad and Blaine.

  2. Mike Baker says:

    I was very sorry to hear of Brad’s passing. What a wonderful person. I worked directly with Brad for several years at Ball. My deepest sympathy to the family. Mike and Diane Baker, Littleton, Colorado!!

  3. Bronco Rider says:

    RIP, condolences to Brad’s children & grandchildren. He was called home to be with his beloved wife of many years, Fran Hatfield, to celebrate the holidays and eternity.

  4. Jason Singer says:

    We kind of lost touch over the years. I’m sorry for that. But I understand you found happiness in life, and I’m glad for it. My best to Aunt Bonnie, and cousin Beckie…

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