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Bradley Scott
Diller

August 23, 1965 – April 14, 2020

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"We are honored to provide this Book of Memories to the family."
— Mueller Memorial Funeral and Cremation Services
"So sorry for the loss of Bradley. Prayers for you and your family."
— Cynthia and Kelly O'Dell
"Rest In Peace sweet Brad. You will be greatly missed My prayers are with you all and God bless you all. Love you guys 🙏🏻♥️..."
— Cindy Newman
"For my big brother-Bradley Scott. Thank you for always looking out for me. Love you always❤️"
— Natalie Diller Boerger
"Although we have not known him very long, Brad quickly became a very wonderful friend to us. He was a terrific guy and we will miss him..."
— Brad and Kiley Spannbauer
"I am so glad to have met Brad during his wife’s courageous battle with cancer! My condolences to his children, family and friends! "
— Diane Lynne Schoenherr
"So sorry for your loss. We went on a skiing trip to CO a number of years ago & Brad made potato soup for us one night. Take care. "
— Terry & Leslie Riediger
"Please accept our condolences on the passing of Brad. A fine young man who was a friend to all and a great dad will be greatly missed...."
— Kathie Hall Allahyari (Lois Diller Hall's daughter)
"You are in our thoughts."
— Reed and Patti Walstad
"You are in our thoughts."
— Reed and Patti Walstad
"Our hearts send love and light to Bradley’s family. "
— Marlys (Diller) Calhoun and Stacy Mitchell Wallschlaeger

Obituary for Bradley Scott Diller

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Bradley Scott Diller age 54, passed away unexpectedly on April 14th, 2020.

Brad was born August 23rd, 1965, the third child of Teddy and Judy Diller, in Omaha, Ne.
He grew up in Sioux City, IA. He attended high school in Arkon, IA where he lettered in football.

In 1994, Brad married Rebecca Jeffords in Sioux Falls, SD. They raised their three children, Mitchell, Madison and Maxwell at their longtime residence in White Bear Lake. Brad was preceded in death by Rebecca, who passed away in August of 2017 after a lengthy battle with cancer. Brad was an enthusiastic collector of all thing’s motorcycles, musical instruments and historical artifacts. He had a keen eye for items that he felt had either a future monetary value or that his family and friends might enjoy and cherish.

Perhaps one of Brad’s favorite things to do for the past 12 years, was to gather his family and friends together each fall for his annual car show. Held in his own front yard, it attracted dozens of cars, motorcycles and outboard motor enthusiast. There he held court amongst his many friends, admiring the classic beauty of by gone eras while making sure that everyone left with a full belly, some small gifts and a smile on their faces. As always, Brads favorite part of the day, was the burnout sessions lead by brad and displayed by many of those who attended. The roar of the motors, the squeal of bias-ply tires on the asphalt and the smell of burning rubber brought forth an amazing spirit of comradery and genuine friendship to all those who attended. Brad had an undying love for old country music, western novels, John Wayne and of course, telling stories, some perhaps a bit truer than others.

Brad took great pride in his family and community and was always someone who could be counted on through good and bad times. Need a shirt, here you go. Short 20 dollars, here you go. Need help with an old motorcycle, here you go. Never did he request anything in return, other than friendship.

Brad leaves behind his siblings, Kim Wallin, Brian Diller and Natalie Boerger, his mother Judy Diller. His beloved children, Mitchell, Madison and Maxwell, his beautiful granddaughter Faylen, as well as many nieces, nephews, cousin and countless friends.

Even during this difficult time of “social distancing”, Brad found a way to connect with all those who meant so much to him. To Brad, life may have been challenging at times, but nothing was ever considered impossible by him. Brad’s spirit will live on through his children, family and all those whose lives he touched in so many joyous ways.
Since Brad was such a social person, we feel that it wouldn’t be just that everyone cannot get together and celebrate his life. Down the road and once this distancing is over, The family will let everyone know when there will be a celebration of life.
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