Brad Pruitt

Brad R. Pruitt

Saturday, November 12th, 1983 - Sunday, November 17th, 2019
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Brad gained his wings November 17, 2019 in an OHV accident. He was an adoring husband of fifteen years to Ashley Pruitt and devoted and loving father to daughters Kylie and Brynnlie Pruitt.

Born: November 12, 1983 in Price, Utah to Ralph and Neadeath Pruitt. He was a proud Grandson of Warner “Jack” Pruitt who he spent most of his time with as a child. He taught him as a small boy how to fix anything with an engine. He later used these skills to become one of Utah’s top mechanics.

Brad was not afraid of hard work and it showed in everything he did. Including finding a way to move his family to their farm in Cleveland, where he built the home of their dreams and started raising bucking stock; all while working 14 hour shifts at Murdock in Lindon, Utah.

Brad was a very selfless husband and father. When not working he was with his family enjoying the activities that they loved most, like riding and camping on the desert, taking his girls on adventures, hanging out on the farm and teaching his kids how to be cowgirls. Everything he did in life was to make them happy.
Brad had accomplished a lot in his life. Beyond all of his ASE certifications; one of his most recent accomplishments was finishing lineman school while working full time at Larry H. Miller.

He really enjoyed the excitement of climbing and the friendships he had made. But making friends was always something that came easy to him. Whether he was giving you a hard time, trying to get you to wrestle or offering a cold one you knew you were a friend.

In honor of Brad, we ask you to join us for a Celebration of life. On Saturday, November 23, 2019 at 11:00 am at Alpine Desert Edge Church located at 500 S Main Street, Huntington UT 84528.

Services are coordinated by Legacy Funerals & Cremations of Huntington. Please visit to express condolences, thoughts, and memories of Brad.
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Dana Lund

Posted at 07:55pm
You know as Brad's Aunt he was always that sweet little adventurous boy that was at my wedding all those years ago. We enjoyed many adventures while his family visited TN growing up fishing, cabin trips, the beach. I remember his desire to go over to Shell Island that year at the beach and how much fun we had looking for treasures no matter the heat. Thanks to technology and his sweet wife we have stayed in touch. I've been able to visit Utah twice and both times able to see them. With this most recent visit, he, his wife and girls opened their home to us and showed us fun times. I will always be so thankful for those times and grateful he gave me 15 minutes to take his photo when the whole rest of the visit he hid from the camera and fought me over it. As an Aunt, I love all my nieces and nephews and no matter any faults love them wholeheartedly. Sometimes you may wonder if the person you see as your good little nephew or niece is who they really are. While visiting him and his family this past Summer I saw his kindness and care saw his love for life and moments. Let me tell you he loved his girls so much it brought tears to my eyes seeing their interactions. Feeding the animals, riding, fishing, throwing rocks into the water watching their skip...even once as one daughter had done something wrong watching him lovingly explain wanting her not to mad at him was so touching. That was what my eyes saw but after this tragedy hearing comments and the outpouring of love from his friends and coworkers, I know my view of this fun-loving guy was true. I will miss you, buddy. Say hi to all those ancestors gone on before oh and if there is a way go ahead and send me some clues to ancestry you and much love and hugs to Ashley and those precious girls, May God comfort them and help them to always cherish the happy times instead of sadness. Love, Dana Lund

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Posted at 03:53pm
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Scott Farnsworth

Posted at 09:00pm
We will miss you forever. I look back from when you were 18 years old and how you would commute from Tooele to work, then Gilson and myself would help you fix your Civic, then you moved to your Eclipse and the fun we had with that vehicle. The memories of arriving to work and finding you sleeping on top of my tool box. How much you learned over the years, working with you at three different places of employment. To the point were I would ask you questions about fixing vehicles. We will miss you and your smile, comments, and actions. Rest in peace my friend and I will see you again. Our greatest sympathy goes out to your family and loved one's.


Mike, Evie & Kids

Posted at 02:56pm
We are thinking of you. We love you.
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Evie Hernandez

Posted at 02:10pm
Moving to Utah became less lonely after meeting you and Ashley. For a little over 12 years we've all grown up together. From get togethers, camping, moving, new jobs and growing our families. You welcomed us into your lives. With open arms. Thank you for making us part of your family. Thank you for the laughs, friendship and love. You will forever be Uncle Brad to our children. A brother to us. We will always be here for your wife and girls. You will live on in our hearts. May you rest in peace.

Ashley, Ky & Brynn we love you so much. Words cannot express how sorry we are for your loss.

Mike, Evie & kids

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