Brad Alan Tompkins

March 14, 1969December 31, 2018

Brad Alan Tompkins was born on March 14, 1969 and passed away on December 31, 2018


26 January

Celebration of Life

11:00 am

LaSalle Presbyterian Church

51 Church Court
LaSalle, Colorado 80645


Brad Alan Tompkins

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Terri Ramos

January 16, 2019

I knew Brad but I didn't have the opportunity to know him like my husband, they worked together at an ICE facility, however, I do have the honor of knowing his Sugar Bear Betty. I know their love was true and real. May a legion of Angles surround you Betty with peace, comfort and our Abba hold you in His hands. You will be missed, RIP Brad.

Joshua McCray

January 14, 2019

I only had a short time of knowing Brad from working at the same ICE Facility but during that short time we had many conversations and story's of our lives. I will miss our conversations and even though we didn't know each other very long you will be missed.

Lee & Kimberly Waterfield

January 9, 2019

Lee and I met Brad when he worked at LDF, he was a great teacher and a even better friend. We grew closer to him once he met Betty. Many nights we would all spend together just enjoying conversations and having fun. Couldn't forget the night we all got together for,l the alabama/LSU game. A memory for the books. Brad you will be greatly missed. Our prayers are with you betty and we love you tons!!

Joe Esquivel

January 8, 2019

I had the great pleasure to work with Brad in Brownsville in 1998 when we were both rookie Immigration Inspectors. Brad had a way to make his peers laugh either with his funny stories, funny attempt at speaking Spanish or Boudreux and Thibodeaux jokes. He was a very pleasant person to be around. When he left Brownsville in the early 2000s I was happy for him because was going back home but knew I would miss his antics. I kept in touch with him over years and when we spoke we always recalled some of our funny stories from the port of entry. We had a lot in common back then since we where both newcomers to the Rio Grande Valley who had young families so we hit it off right away. He would always speak with great pride of his family and displayed his admiration for them. My friend Brad, I hope you are resting with the angels and telling them jokes or teasing them with those Bubba teeth you used to wear in primary inspection. Your pal Joe Esquivel.

Tina Johnson

January 7, 2019

I was behind them at church most weekend s. Was a great couple to talk to. I will miss him very much. My thoughts and prayers will be with you Betty. Be strong and know I love you if you need anything let me know Tina

David Yahn

January 3, 2019

Brad, I will miss you! What a gregarious personality, I don't ever recall a person he would not help. He was a wonderful shoulder to lean on, an amazing guy to tell a story and laugh with. We travelled around the world together, creating special "life" moments that I will always treasure. This world could use many more like him.