Brad Warwick

May 24, 1962 - December 21, 2015


Visitation: Visitation will begin at noon on Saturday, prior to the service, at the church.
Service: His funeral service will be at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 26, at Canton Lutheran Church.

Warwick Paper pic   Brad J. Warwick, 53, passed away Monday, December 21, 2015, surrounded by his family at his home in Lennox. His funeral service will be at 2:00 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 26, at Canton Lutheran Church. Visitation will begin at noon on Saturday prior to the service at the church. Interment will be at Canton Lutheran Cemetery.
Bradley Jon Warwick was born in Sioux Falls, SD on May 24, 1962, the son of Edwin and Dorothy (Klein) Warwick. He graduated from Canton High School in 1980.
Brad married Lisa O’Connell on June 14, 1986.
He worked at John Morrell, Fastek, Sears, and his most fulfilling job at Johnson Feed, Inc. at Canton, SD. He loved over the road trucking. He had been a member of Ducks Unlimited. He also spent many summer weekends with his father and brothers fishing for walleyes.
He married Rebecca Busch on April 24, 1997. They lived in Canton and Sioux Falls before settling in Lennox, SD.
Throughout high school, he enjoyed working on area farms, especially for Kirk and Cheryl Rikansrud as well as Ron and Phyllis Swanson.
Survivors include his wife, Becky; his son, Keegan (Suzie) of Sioux Falls; step-daughters, Amy Roseland (Paul Kock) of Canton and Blair Brunsting of Lennox; step-son, Kevin Brunsting (Heather Simunek and her children Torie and Rora) of Sioux Falls; grandchildren, Lance Roseland (Abby) and Desi Roseland, both of Canton; his sister, Sandy (Marv) Rhode of Wentworth, SD; two brothers- Dennis (Carol) Warwick and Sid (Cindy) Warwick all of Sioux Falls; mother-in-law, Neva Busch, of Rock Valley, IA; sister-in-law, Sue (Mike) VanBochove, of Hawarden, IA; along with numerous other nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. He is also survived by his beloved four legged friends Kolbe and Foxy, their shelties. He was preceded in death by his parents.

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  1. At times like this there are no words that can ease the pain. Please consider finding comfort in our attempt for comfort when we say we are sorry for your loss. We truly are!

    You’re my favorite cousin Becky…………and a survivor!

    Love You!

  2. Amy and Family, So very, very sorry to hear of the passing of your stepfather and Grandpa. Our prayers are with you all.

  3. I was so sorry to read today of Brad’s passing. He fought a valiant fight against that cancer. I will miss our conversations in the alley. He always still had a very positive attitude and loved his furry friends. You have my most sincere sympathy in the loss of your special loved one. Love and Prayers, Dr Janell Beck

  4. Oh, my goodness. I was so saddened to see Brad’s obituary in the paper today. We were best of buddies when the Warwicks lived on Bahnson Avenue in the 1960s. I have such fond memories of playing football with Brad and his brothers, as well as neighborhood games with the Martys, VerHeys, and Joneses. My prayers go out to the Warwick family as they grieve Brad’s loss.

  5. Many memories— Brad was a kind and dear friend to many. He will live on in our positive actions for others. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.
    Rachel McMurry
    John and Catherine McMurry
    Carla and Doug McMurry-Kozak
    Diane McMurry
    Brent and Suzanne McMurry
    Renee and Brit McMurry-Gilman

  6. We are so sorry to hear about Brad he was a great guy and will be missed by many. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

    Charlie & Lynda Johnson

  7. So glad we became friends when we were in high school, many life memories. I think I could write a book on all the crazy stuff you me and Bernie used to do. I’m also thankfully for this last month we got to spend some time together and catch up on old memories, I love you like a brother old friend. Thanks for the time!

  8. To Brad’s Family, We were all saddened to hear that Brad past away. He was such a strong person and fought a very tough battle. He was a great friend to all of us at Johnson Feed and we are going to miss him dearly. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this most difficult time. God Bless all of you. With Love & Prayers, From All Your Friends at Johnson Feed