Brett Stephen Nadler

February 9, 1990May 14, 2018

Brett Stephen Nadler, 28, of Las Vegas, a technical assistant in the television and movie industry, passed away on Monday, May 14, 2018.

Brett was born on February 9, 1990 in Birmingham, AL to Jared “Jary” and Debbi Nadler (nee Goldstein) and was a Las Vegas resident for 23 years. He is survived by his mother, Debbi Nadler (Jim Rolnik); father, Jary Nadler (Celia); brother, Josh Nadler; two sisters, Jennifer Levine (Matt) and Marley Nadler; grandmothers, Susan Bryan, Rhoda Link, and Rochelle Nadler; and grandfathers, Floyd Nadler and Marvin Link. Funeral and burial services will be held at 1:00pm on Friday, May 18, 2018 at King David Memorial Chapel and Cemetery, 2697 E. Eldorado Lane, Las Vegas. Family requests that memorial donations be sent to Beit T’shuvah of Los Angeles or Chabad at UNLV. King David Memorial Chapel handled the arrangements.


  • Jared "Jary" Nadler (Celia), Father
  • Debbi Nadler (Jim), Mother
  • Josh Nadler, Brother
  • Jennifer Levine (Matt), Sister
  • Marley Nadler, Sister
  • Susan Bryan, Grandmother
  • Rochelle Nadler, Grandmother
  • Floyd Nadler, Grandfather
  • Rhoda Link, Grandmother
  • Marvin Link, Grandfather


  • Funeral Service Friday, May 18, 2018
  • Committal Service Friday, May 18, 2018

Brett Stephen Nadler

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Debi Nadler

January 3, 2019

Brett, you fought hard. I love you forever, not a day goes by that someone or something brings back so many memories of you. I miss your silly laugh, I miss you correcting my grammer, I miss your smart wit, I miss your handsome face. I will keep fighting to help others just as you always wanted to so. Im trying hard to get your diploma--You had enough to graduate and I know that was something important to you. I love you forever Brett Pura Vida

Leslie Gold

June 12, 2018

I never walked into a room Brett was in without getting a kiss or hug. He will be sorely missed.

Nicole Bailey

June 5, 2018

Brett and I went to school together. We were good friends back in the day we lost touch after I moved. I never forgot his smiling face and how he would make me laugh. He was such a sweet guy. R.I.P. Brett!

Jenny Young

May 18, 2018

Nadler Family,
I am so sorry for the loss of your precious son. Brett was a very close friend of mine back in middle school at Grant Sawyer and followed partly throughout high school at Durango. He was always full of sarcasm, enthusiasm and charm. He could make everyone laugh and smile and was always the star of the school play and the classroom. Brett was incredibly smart and had a heart of gold.We were all such a tight knit group back then and though we did not all remain as close, Brett definitely made an imprint on our hearts and in our memories for a lifetime. I will be going through my photos after the service and will be posting photos of memories for you and your family to view and keep his legacy of happiness and love alive.

Jaine/Jana Lowenstein

May 16, 2018

Dear Nadler Family:
I am a friend of Jennifer's via a good friend of both of ours in Las Vegas.

I didn't know Brett, but my heart aches for your family. Before Shabbat on Friday, my family (our son loves sweet Lyle; as do we), will recite Kaddish for Your son, grandson, brother, uncle Brett.

Alav ha-sholom.