Bradley “Brad” Lynn Stoller, age 54, died on Tuesday, September 10, 2019. Brad was born on June 12, 1965 in Fort Wayne, Indiana to Joanne Ruth (Woerner) Stoller and Ronald Wayne Stoller. Brad was raised and resided in Fort Wayne for twenty-two years before moving to Seattle, where he lived for five years and where he met his wife Tanya. He moved to Irving, Texas and they finally settled down in Colleyville. Brad and Tanya were happily married for twenty-five years and had one daughter, Emily. They were a strong knit family and enjoyed doing things together. Brad was a graduate of Snider High School and Wheaton College. Brad was a jigsaw puzzle fanatic, completing four successive “world’s largest” puzzles, the last one being 40,320 pieces and over 22’ long. Brad worked from home which allowed him to always be available for his daughter, whom he loved very much. He also loved serving with the Men’s Power Team at Compass Christian Church. Brad was passionate about reading and was a huge Indy Car fan. He was well traveled and in fact had visited all fifty states as well as Europe and Africa. He was very generous with his time and his finances for the purpose of helping those around him in need. Brad’s mission was to help others with their “callings” to serve. He was a trusted source for folks who longed for solid biblical counsel. He possessed great wisdom and brought this to bear in his own health struggles. Brad was truly a great man. Brad is preceded in death by his parents. Left to cherish his memory are wife Tanya Stoller; daughter Emily Stoller; brothers Rick Stoller and wife Debra, Brent Stoller and wife Tracy; sister Tami Spuller; brother-in-law Paul Myers and wife Debra; sisters-in-law Anne Deem and husband Rick, Gail Myers; twenty-seven nieces and nephews and numerous other loving family and loyal friends. The family will receive friends from 11:30 am until the time of service at 12:30 pm on Saturday, September 14, 2019 at Compass Christian Church, 2600 Hall Johnson Road, Colleyville, Texas 76034. A graveside service will immediately follow at Bluebonnet Hills Memorial Park, 5725 Colleyville Blvd., Colleyville, TX 76034. Friends and family may also make memorial donations to Rio Bravo Ministries by visiting www.rio-bravo.org
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