January 20, 1942 ~ January 18, 2022

Born in: Alexander City, Alabama
Resided in: Arlington, Texas

Brad Waller, 79, of Arlington, TX, passed away peacefully on Tuesday January 18th. Brad was born in Alexander City, AL on January 20th, 1942, to Onnie and Royce Waller. The majority of his childhood was spent in Alex City with the exception of a short time in Texas. It was in Alex City where he met Carolyn, the love of his life and his wife of almost 60 years! Brad worked in the food service industry for almost 50 years, an industry he enjoyed immensely, making lifelong friends, and influencing more people than he ever realized.
Brad enjoyed playing tennis, playing golf, breakfast with his buddies and wood working, but more than anything he loved spending time with his grandkids and great grandkids.
Brad is survived by his wife Carolyn, their children, Cathie Barnett (husband Jonathan), Missie Waller and Brad II (wife Suzanne) and grandchildren: Emily Barnett Roberts, Allyson Barnett Harper, Jonathan Zell Barnett, Michael Barnett, Madison Barnett, Trey Waller, Trent Waller and great grandchildren: Annalise Roberts, Bennett Roberts, Ella Grace Roberts, Holland Roberts, Josie Barnett, Ava Harper and Swayze Harper.
Memorial Service will be held at 2:00 on Wednesday January 26th at Wade Funeral Home, 4140 West Pioneer Parkway, Arlington, TX 76013. We will have a visitation prior to the service starting at 12:30, please join us in sharing fun stories and celebrating Brad’s life!

In lieu of flowers, please feel free to donate to your charity of choice in honor of Brad.

Services

Memorial Service: Wednesday, January 26, 2022 2:00 pm

Wade Funeral Home and Crematory
4140 West Pioneer Parkway
Arlington, Texas 76013

(817)274-9233
wadefamilyfuneralhome.com

Public Viewing: Wednesday, January 26, 2022 12:30 pm

Wade Funeral Home and Crematory
4140 West Pioneer Parkway
Arlington, Texas 76013

(817)274-9233
wadefamilyfuneralhome.com

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  1. I’m so sorry for your family’s loss, Cathie. I’m sure you’re are absorbed with emotion, memories, and guidance right now. Many prayers to all of you as He holds your hearts right now.

  2. Heartfelt sympathies to you and your family. Brad was a beautiful person who will be sorely missed. Tim and Bonnie Carman

  3. This is such sad news. Brad was a special guy who always thought of others first before himself. He was definitely a giver in a world where many are not. He was a competitor but always fair and such a gentleman. Our prayers are with you Carol, and your family. Rest In Peace , Brad Sincerely , Patty and Bruce Heitz

  4. CandleImageBrad Sr. was one of my first factory reps when I entered in to the Foodservice Industry. He was such a pleasant individual to work with, so kind and caring. It was easy to tell he was that way at home with his family. My heart is broken from the news of his passing. My prayers are with the entire family, especially Carolyn, his loving wife.

  5. The sadness endures a couple weeks here after Brad’s passing. A friendship that encompassed over 30 years with many great times that we shared together as well as with our other close friends. Brad was a look in your eye, honest as the day is long, gentleman as well as a sometimes party player, always ready with a friendly banter with all whom he encountered. Sadness for sure with his loss, but the memorial celebration of his life was a wonderful tribute to our dear friend. May he Rest in Peace.

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