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Blount & Curry Funeral Home-Carrollwood

3207 W Bearss Ave, Tampa, FL

OBITUARY

Brad Alan Linnell

October 8, 1967August 5, 2019

Brad Alan Linnell, age 51, of Tampa, Florida entered into rest on Monday August 5, 2019. Brad was born October 8, 1967 to Rosalie Jochman and William Linnell.

Brad was a lover of the outdoors, especially the beach, where he spent time kayaking, fishing, and boating. He was an extremely dedicated father who lived for his son's football games and the "Fun Time Fridays" during which he would spend time with his children doing anything that made them happy. Brad is survived by his wife, Suzanne Linnell; his loving children, Marlee Rose and Greyson; mother-in-law Dolly Haley; father-in-law Tom Haley; step-mother Herta Linnell; brother Bill Linnell, brother-in-law David Arko, sister-in-law Cheryl Arko, and their children Lindsey and Kaitlyn; step-brothers Glenn Woodbury and Donald Woodbury; step-sister Susann Woodbury; and aunt Janice Howie, as well as other family and friends. Brad was preceded in death by his father William Linnell and mother Rosalie Jochmann as well as an uncle, John Howie. A gathering of family and friends for Brad will be held Thursday, August 8, 2019 from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM at Blount & Curry FH-Carrollwood, 3207 W Bearss Ave, Tampa, Florida 33618. A celebration of life will immediately follow at 3:00 PM. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made directly to the family for Greyson and Marlee Rose's educational funds.

Services

  • Gathering of Family and Friends Thursday, August 8, 2019
  • Celebration of Life Thursday, August 8, 2019

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Vivian Garcia

August 15, 2019

My deepest condolences to our dear friend Brad's family. Your kindness was one in a million, very hard to find. He would always cheer us up and will forever be remembered in the most humble and heart warming human being. RIP Brad! Never forgotten...

Tanya Tindol

August 15, 2019

I only worked with Brad a few times at TCH, but his energy, enthusiasm, and genuine warmth and compassion left a lasting impression on me. He will be greatly missed. My deepest sympathies to his family.

Chris Carbone

August 13, 2019

Very sorry for the loss of Brad.. always a fun guy to be around.. RIP.. my friend

Sue Albert

August 12, 2019

My heart is heavy with the news of Brad’s passing. I will cherish the memories from high school and church youth group. My thoughts and prayers are with his family at this difficult time.

Kelly LaHair

August 12, 2019

Brad was a such a kind soul. I grew up with Brad. I am so sorry for his family. I know he loved you dearly. Thoughts and prayers.

Tina Frezzo-Cousins

August 12, 2019

My sincere and heartfelt condolences to the Linnell family.

Martin Chapman

August 12, 2019

In high school (Watertown, NY) I lived two doors down from Brad but lost track of him over the years after I graduated. I remember him as a fun loving guy who had a lot of energy, a great sense of humor and a kind heart. When I was the new kid on the block he went out of his way to make me feel welcome in the neighborhood. He was a really great guy. I think he use to take Karate lessons or something because I have this funny memory of him running around in a white Karate suit throwing jump kicks in the air. I also remember he had a pet tarantula that would get loose in the house and that would freak out his mom. Brad was well liked by all of his friends and my deepest sympathies go out to the family.

Renee Patterson

August 12, 2019

I graduated with Brad and I'm saddened by his passing. He was always nice to me during high school. I enjoyed his posts on Facebook, and he was so proud of his family. He certainly enjoyed life. My husband recently passed away unexpectedly, so I understand what the family is going through. May God give his wife and family comfort and peace until they meet again.

Angie Stroll/ Gilberto’s

August 9, 2019

Meet thru Lutz Chiefs he always had a smile an wanted to know how you were . Prayers to your family an friends

Chip Johnson

August 8, 2019

Brad was my friend. I worked with him for about 4 years in multiple capacities at 2 different hospitals. It was a pleasure to work with him because he was an amazing nurse with great bedside manner and a broad knowledge base and skill set. He was always willing to help in whatever way was needed and seemed to always be moving about 20 mph faster than anyone else. His patients and coworkers will miss him fiercely. Farewell my friend.

FROM THE FAMILY