10/10/1968 - 08/23/2022
Service Date: 08/30/2022
Service Time: 10AM
Service Location: Gilbert Memorial Park, 2100 East Queen Creek Road, Gilbert, AZ 85297
Visitation Date: 08/30/2022
Visitation Time: 9AM
Visitation Location: Gilbert Memorial Park

On Tuesday morning, August 23rd, 2022, Bradley Lynn Bennett, a loving life partner and father of
four, passed away unexpectedly at age fifty-three. He was an avid motorcyclist and talented
entrepreneur. His last motorcycle ride was with his Hamster buddies in Sturgis, South Dakota
earlier this month. Sturgis was one of his most favorite annual riding trips. He also flew his
plane on that trip for the last time, his most recent beloved hobby. Ever since he was a kid, he
always had the need for speed. Another passion of his was pheasant hunting. It was pure joy for him
to be able to take his son with him every year for pheasant hunting on the family farm.

Brad had a tremendous circle of friends and business associates. Most of his business associates
would tell you that they considered Brad a close friend. Friends were always seeking Brad’s advice
on various personal and business endeavors. Brad did very well for himself. He was a simple man and
certainly earned all of his success. He was a jack of all trades, skillful in architecture, real
estate, property management, and business in general. He was a great father, always teaching his
four kids about working hard and to earn their keep. He loved swimming with his kids and bonding
during spaghetti and taco dinners.

Brad was best known for his sarcastic wit, fierce determination, and remarkable business sense. He
is survived by his life partner, Kristina, his four children, Alexa, Cade, Jaden, and Farrah, his
sister, Kim, his brother, Dave, and his
parents Jean and Lynn.


  • Karen and Lance Wolgan

    We met Brad in 1997 and quickly became good friends. With time our riding group became a beautiful family. Brad is one of a kind person who got what he went after. His friendship is unwavering, his business mind is brilliant and his love for his family is an unbreakable bond. He will be sorely missed and the world is short a beautiful person.

  • Todd, Robyn, Tanner, Nichole, Stetson, Tucker, Kelli and Hudson Snedeker

    We are deeply saddened by the sudden passing of Brad. The obituary is a perfect reflection of Brad’s LIFE. May you all find peace in the wonderful Memories you had with Brad. He will be deeply Missed! Much Love & Hugs to you all. Todd Snedeker Family

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