Lackey

Bradley Scott Lackey passed away at the age of 55 on Wednesday June 5, 2019, at his home in Southlake. Brad was in a life threatening car accident when he was only 15 and was partially paralyzed from the waist down.

Memorial service: 2:30 P.M. Thursday at The Bowden, Keller.

Memorials: The Lackey Family has requested plants with flowers that can be re-gifted or re-planted. Donations may be made to www.grralliance.org which is a Golden Retriever Rescue organization.

Bradley was born June 11, 1963, in Comanche, Texas, to Dwayne and Rena Lackey. He was married to his soulmate, Donna Lackey on Nov. 14, 1987, in Fort Worth. Brad and Donna gave birth to two sons, Drew, an Assistant Preconstruction Manager at EMJ Construction out of Dallas, and Hunter, a Financial Representative at TD Ameritrade in Southlake.

Brad worked in the technology industry most of his adult life and cherished spending time with his family, including planning and taking family vacations throughout the country, and spoiling his golden retriever, Lily and grand dog Corah. Donna, his wife, was someone that he loved dearly before she passed away in 2011, and it was clear that love was unbroken until the day he perished.

Thank you to all friends and family who supported Brad. He always enjoyed finding the jokes to lighten the mood and never took life too seriously. He raised his sons to the best of his abilities, and was without a doubt a wonderful father with many life lessons that will be passed down for generations. The battle he fought daily was something that was hard fought but his family, friends and health care professionals made it a fight worth fighting. Brad took all that life had to offer and got more out of 55 years than most can get out of 150 years. Thank you to all for being a part of it.

Brad was preceded in death by his Wife, Donna Lackey; Father, Dwayne Lackey; Mother-in-law, Nancy Quasney; Father-in-law, Jerry Crosek; Grandfathers and Grandmothers, John and Barbara Crosek, Andrew and Dolores Quasney, M.E. and Lottie Lackey, W.S. and Grace Featherston; and his Goldens, Lucky, Mariah, and Daisey.

Survivors: Brad is survived by his sons, Drew and Hunter Lackey; Mother, Rena Lackey; brothers, Tim and Steve Lackey; sister-in-law, Ruth Anne Lackey and Debra Lackey; sister-in-law, Debbie Crosek-Russo; brother-in-laws, Dean and Dan Crosek and their families; of course, his Golden Retriever, Lily; and many additional aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and in-laws. Brad is also survived by a vast group of friends, referring to them as friends seem like an injustice. These men and women are more like family who have enhanced Brad and his family’s life in a way that only a lucky few will ever experience.

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Genie and Jimmy

Onward through the fog. You were the best friend. We feel blessed.

Patsydee

When we were in 3rd grade, I made the mistake of telling Brad that my grandmother had wanted to name me Winnie May. I had such a crush on him, I don't know why I told him, because for a good month he called me Wienie May. I won't mention Gale's party in 6th or 7th grade, but we had a good time. Lol. Our brothers were good friends for years. I've known Brad since 1st grade. He will be missed by me and our class. God bless his family. 💗

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