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Bradley John Landers
  • March 09, 1986
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  • June 22, 2022

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Bradley John Landers (B-Rad) passed away Wednesday, June 22, 2022, at Halifax Hospice Care Center in Ormond Beach, Florida, surrounded by family and friends, after a struggle with CIDP, which disabled him his last couple of years before his body shut down. He was born March 9, 1986, in Syracuse, New York to William Landers and Marcia Langlois. He moved to Florida with his family at a young age and resided here until the day he passed.

Until he became sick, Brad loved life. He was often the life of the party. He loved to make people laugh even at his own expense, and he kept his sense of humor until the day he died. No one was a stranger to Brad. He loved everyone! Brad was extremely generous; he would give anyone the shirt off his back, his last dollar, his last anything.

He was a fan of Tom & Dan, a BDM, and a member of the #200 that helped with charitable events like the News Junkie Bike Drives. He’s had his head shaved for St. Baldricks a few times on St. Patrick’s Day to help children with cancer. He spent time helping with cleanup after Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, where he lived in his big, jacked-up Bronco for a while, till he and his dad bought a tent.

Brad attended Seabreeze High School, where he met many of his life-long friends. After high school, he went on to become an elevator tech for 15 years before being diagnosed with CIDP. He was a very knowledgeable technician and would often help other techs over the phone to trouble shoot their problems. Brad was very knowledgeable about a lot of things. He would often say some of it was useless knowledge, but somehow, he retained everything he learned or read.

Brad loved music of all genres. He loved almost anything, from Disney to Country, old and new, Hip-Hop rap to Southern Rock, and much more. He loved Taylor Swift and swore he would marry her someday! He also loved comedy, and often listened and watched stand up comedians.

Brad was a Daytona Cubs fan for many years before they became the Tortugas. He was a Nascar fan and attended many races in Daytona, especially the Rolex, where for many years, starting as a young child, he would camp in the infield with family and friends. He was a big Dale Earnhardt fan and would often say “Do it for Dale”.

Brad also liked his guns and the right to bear arms. He had a Smith & Wesson tattoo and also had the 2nd Amendment tattooed across his back, among other tattoos.

Brad had the Gift of Gab. He loved to talk, even at times about made-up stuff that didn’t make sense to talk about!

Brad will be deeply missed by many family and friends, all of whom have only just begun to tell great stories of how he impacted their lives.

Brad is survived by his father, William Landers, his mother, Marcia Langlois, his stepfather, Robert Langlois, his sisters, Alexa Landers and Christina Landers, stepbrothers, Jeff Langlois, Ryan Langlois, Brent Langlois, Curtis Langlois, Zach Crowley, and Jimmy Crowley, and stepsisters, Judy Romano and Julie Lynn Heasley. He is also survived by his aunts and uncles, Michelle and Jack Meyers, Pat McFadden, Susan and Jeff Burcham, Mary Melcer, Margaret Graves-Cox and Vincent Cox, Monica and Tim Hammons, Joseph Landers, aunts, Paula Barber, Deborah Watkins, and Bonnie Frocione, his uncles, Mark, Andrew, and Christopher Frocione, his cousins, Ben, Vicky, Vera, Michael, Chris, Jeffrey, Katy, Keri, Sophia, Denver, Quintin, Jason, Emily, Charlie, Bryna, Lauren, Grace, Jon, Sam, Olivia, Courtney, Kristina, Jess, IsaBella, Lea, Tiffany, and Cody, and many nieces and nephews.

A Celebration of Life will be held at McK’s Tavern on Sunday, July 10, 2022, from 11:00am to 3:00pm. Funeral Services will be delayed until further notice.

 


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Location:
McK's Tavern
218 S Beach St, Daytona Beach, FL 32114
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Date & Time:
July 10, 2022 at 11:00 AM


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  1. Marcia Langlois lit a candle:
    03 Jul 2022
    Lit since July 3, 2022 at 7:11:16 PM

  2. Marcia Langlois says:
    01 Jul 2022
    Brad, my son. You brought so much joy to my life from the day you were born. You were such a beautiful, happy child who grew up and brought so much fun and happiness to so many other lives. It hurt to watch you suffer these last few years. My only solace is that you are pain free . I will keep your memory alive and speak of you often. Till we meet again you will forever be in my heart. RIP my beautiful son.❤️

  3. Kathy Campbell says:
    29 Jun 2022
    My Sweet Dear Brad
    I remember so many times talking to you as you walked home from school. Running into you here and there throughout the years. Always the sweetest chats and updates on your life. What a wonderful soul.

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