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Comelli BradCOMELLI, Bradley Francis - (February 15, 1971 – September 11, 2021)

It is with great sadness that the family of Bradley Francis Comelli shares the news that on September 11, 2021 Brad went home to be with God.

Brad is the adoring father of Ryan Warren Comelli, and loving son of his devoted mother Loretta Comelli. He is survived by his loving sister and brothers, Angela (Glen), Robert (Monika) and Sheldon, and his niece Kassie and nephews Zach, Spencer and Max and his many aunts and uncles and cousins.

Brad was predeceased by his father Francis James Comelli.

Brad will be deeply, deeply missed by all of us and also by his adopted cats Juicy and Cesar.

Forever the charmer, his way with words and his beautiful smile could win almost anyone over, even when in trouble.

The pride of his life was his own beautiful son Ryan, of whom he was so proud and who he loved so very much.

In his career Brad had been a carpenter. He enjoyed building, especially framing roofs.

He had a great love of music and his knowledge on the subject was extensive. He loved nature and also had a special love of animals; his horse - Mama, his dog - Ralph, and his cat Chris must have been eagerly waiting to greet him at the Pearly Gates.

Brad had a heart of GOLD and was kind to everyone, but let the bully be forewarned.

He was a strong Christian who believed in God, prayed to the Father regularly and who loved Jesus.

“Until we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of His hand.”

We would like to give special thanks to the Good Shepherd Ministries in Toronto, for providing Brad and many others, with heartfelt support, encouragement, respect, and kindness throughout the years.

We are requesting that in lieu of flowers donations be made to Good Shepherd Ministries in his name.

Arrangements are entrusted with Giffen-Mack funeral home, Danforth chapel. Brad will be interred in a family plot in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia.

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