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Bradley William Giebel

November 13, 1973 — March 31, 2024

Bradley William Giebel of Kamas, Utah passed away unexpectedly at the age of 50 on March 31, 2024. 

 

Brad was a treasured Son, Brother, Best Man, Nephew, Cousin, Uncle, and devoted Dad. Brad shared the most infectious smile, gentle soul, kind heart, fun loving, free spirit, whimsical charm and his ‘Bradisms’.  His bond with his daughter Lilly was undeniable. Brad took such good care of his Little Lil with Love Love Loves and patience. Together they loved to sing, dance, giggle, read books, play at the park, listen to music, and watch the Broncos.

 

He is survived by his daughter, Lillian Grace Giebel-Hasleton; his girlfriend of 13 years, Marie Hasleton; his parents, J and Susan Giebel; his brother, Michael Giebel (Kathleen); his sister, Jana Poolsaad (Aaronshawn); his nieces, Kiley and Briena; nephews, Evan and Alden; his special Aunts, Uncles and cousins; and Marie’s parents, Jim and Elaine.

 

Brad was born November 13, 1973, and grew up in Colorado Springs, Colorado where he attended Fountain Fort Carson High School and then transferred to Green Mountain Valley Ski Academy in Waitsfield, Vermont. He was a skier in the USSA Junior Olympics at 14 years old. Brad graduated from the University of Utah with a Bachelor’s Degree in Recreation and Commercial Tourism. He was a river raft guide beginning in the Poconos, PA and later with his bro Mike– along the Colorado River. He made his home in Kamas and Frances, UT where he ran his own snowmobile/ATV rental and tour company–Recreation Ventures in Uinta National Forest of Utah for many years.  Besides his cherished gatherings with his Colorado and Jersey family; Brad loved hiking, camping, mountain biking, alpine skiing and jumping, the annual family elk hunting trip in Como-CO, music of all kinds, skateboarding, and Uncle Keith’s Ranch.

 

Celebrations of Life will be held in May 2024 in Salt Lake City and in Summer 2024 at Uncle Keith’s Ranch in Colorado Springs. More information to come. Please share a favorite memory or special words.

 

As Brad would say, “SEE YA AT THE CLUB!”

 

In lieu of flowers, please consider a contribution to Brad’s family and Daughter:

https://www.gofundme.com/f/vxxevc-in-memory-of-brad



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