Services to honor and celebrate the beautiful life of Bradley Keith Stine will be 12:00 p.m. (Noon) on Monday, December 13, 2021 in the RiverCrest Chapel & Event Center, Bixby. Brad passed from this life on December 9, 2021 in Tulsa. He was 76.
The service will be livestreamed and can be viewed at the following link: http://webcast.funeralvue.com/events/viewer/65162
Bradley Keith Stine was born July 20, 1945 in Dayton, Ohio. He is survived by: his wife, Patricia Sue Stine; and his four children: daughter, Julie Moss and her husband, Travis; daughter, Robin Blonsky and her husband, Craig; son, David Stine and his wife, Jamie; and son, Daniel Stine. His grandchildren are Leanna Shawn, Grace, Tyler, Ellie, Jake and Michael. Also, his sister Priscilla Nadasi and her husband George also survive.
He was preceded in death by his parents Willard and Willma Stine.
Brad grew up in Dayton, Ohio and graduated from Beavercreek High school. He then received a bachelors degree in Engineering from General Motors Institute in Flint, Michigan where he met Sue, the love of his life. Brad and Sue were married August 10, 1968 and were married for 53 years. He always valued their marriage and made date nights a top priority.
Brad accepted Christ in 1970 and his faith was pivotal in his life journey. Throughout his life, he shared his faith with many at home and abroad. He was an engaging storyteller, and was always available to those around him for support, godly wisdom and helping them achieve their dreams.
It was once said, Brad took his faith seriously, but he didn’t take life too seriously. Known for being a tease, and a prankster, Brad loved messing with people and telling corny jokes and one-liners.
Brad was a lifelong entrepreneur. He owned and operated several businesses throughout his life, the longest being Crown Office Furnishings, that has been running 40-plus years and has been passed down to his children who continue to run it to this day.
He founded Harvest for the Homeland. Brad sat on the board of numerous ministries and charities. A consummate connector of people, Brad taught biblical principles, mentored and supported countless missionaries, ministers and visionaries. He fundraised for banquets for missions, and other charitable endeavors. He saw the best in everyone and was a lifelong encourager.
In his later years, he continued being a wonderful father and Poppy to his family, and he was a Father to many others as well.
He was well traveled and passed his love for people and for the nations of the world to his children and grandchildren.
Brad had mountain moving faith and triumphed over countless challenges that he faced. He left a lifelong legacy of love, perseverance and faithfulness. Brad passed away on Thursday, December 9, 2021.
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