Chapter Grand

Brad Stansbury #690

Brad Christopher Stansbury, 39, passed away at his home in Pittsburg, TX Thursday, June 4, 2015. Mr. Stansbury was born July 20, 1975 in Longview, TX to Roger Stansbury and Deborah Patterson. He attended and graduated from Pittsburg High School, Class of 1993. He received his Bachelors of Business Administration from Stephen F. Austin State University in 1998 and was a member of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. Brad will be remembered as a friendly, outgoing and fun loving person as well as a hard worker. He was an avid outdoorsman, who especially enjoyed fishing. Brad was proud of his relationship with Christ and was an active member of The Woodlands Church in Humble, where he enjoyed being part of the social ministry. Most importantly though, he was a devoted and loving father to his two wonderful children, Bella and Kaleb. He meant the world to his family and will be deeply missed.

Brad is survived by his father, Roger Stansbury of Pittsburgh and mother, Dr. Deborah A. Patterson also of Pittsburg as well as his two children Kaleb Christopher Stansbury and Isabella Grace Stansbury, both of Humble, TX, Brothers: Brock Stansbury of Lewisville, TX, Blake Stansbury and wife Cinnamon of Elkmont, AL and Brett Stansbury and wife Olivia of Colorado Springs, CO, Nieces: Brook and Annabel Stansbury of Lewisville, TX, and Alyssa and Emma Stansbury of Elkmont, AL. Also left to cherish his memory are paternal grandparents Seldon and Alline Stansbury of Pittsburg, Aunts; Connie Losado and husband Gary of Southlake, TX and Melanie Seale and husband Randy of Houston, TX and cousins Tyler Seale, Taylor Seale, Morgan Seale, Cara Losado and Nick Losado and wife Kathy.

Funeral services will be at 3:00 PM Monday, June 8th at Erman Smith Funeral Home in Pittsburg. Visitation will be from 1:30 PM Monday until service time.

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06/16/15 07:55 PM #1    

Josh Blasingame #735

Man,... REALLY sad to hear about Brad's passing! He was one of the 1st brothers that I befriended when I pledged. I'll never forget our pledge party at his apartment. You've never seen a funnier site than 20+ pledges, wearing nothing more than boxers and shoes and painted head to toe in blue house paint, scatter in every direction when the cops show up. I hid under a bush for 2 hours (and may have fallen asleep...), while most everyone else was rounded up, lined up, and had their photos taken. By the time I came back up to Brad's apartment, everyone else had used his shower to clean up and by the time I got in there there was an inch of blue paint flakes in the bottom of his tub. I remember being a little scared wondering what this active was going to think when he saw the mess we had made. When I showed him he just started laughing his ass off and said "No problem, I'll just get some pledges to clean it up!". He was always an easy going, fun guy to be around, and he will be missed!

In coelo quies est


On a side note, it's a small world. Turns out I live in the same city as his brother Brett, Colorado Springs, CO.

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