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Bradley Jesty


Bradley Keith Jesty passed away on april 29th, 2020 at the age of 53. Left to grieve are his parents John and Jacqueline Jesty, his children Katherine and Evan, the mother of his children Ellen Jesty, his brother Mark Jesty (Michele), nephew Jared, nieces Nicole and Robin, relatives and friends. Brad graduated from Waterloo and had a successful career in software development. He was a man of many interests, including home renovations, golf, skiing, hiking, painting and photography. Brad was immensely proud of his children and loved them dearly. In lieu of flowers, donations to Barrhaven United Church would be appreciated. A memorial service will be held at a later date.

15 responses to “Bradley Jesty”

  1. Val Dunbavan says:

    OMG. What a shock. RIP Bradley. He will be missed.

  2. Deborah St.Pierre says:

    So very sad. I had great respect for Brad as a colleague. He was a meticulous developer (very rare) and I loved testing his work. He will be greatly missed.

  3. Danielle Beaulieu says:

    Deepest condolences to the family. I had the pleasure of working with Brad for a number of years and I can truly say he was excellent at what he did. He was kind and considerate person.

  4. Dianna Herbert says:

    So sorry to hear of Brad’s passing.
    Wishing you comfort and peace in your memories.
    My heart goes out to you and your family.

  5. William and Jessie Johnston says:

    We are so very sad to learn of this! We are grateful for Terry making us aware. So very sad! Our thoughts and prayers are now with you in this sorrowful loss.

    Bill and Jess

  6. Mike Marshall says:

    You were always there when I needed support. Thank you for being the kind person who was always willing to help.

  7. Paula Klein says:

    To Brad’s family – my heartfelt condolences to all of you. I was so very saddened to hear about Brad’s death. I worked with Brad for many years at BNR/Nortel. It is such a tragedy to loose someone so young. Sincerely, Paula Klein

  8. Freda Taylor-Christopher says:

    We are so sorry to hear about Brad passing away. God Bless you Brad in heaven and God Bless your family

  9. Janice Stagg and Joe Meaney says:

    Jack and Jacqueline, so very sorry for your loss. We are sending you love and hugs at this extremely sad time.
    Janice and Joe

  10. Mark Christopher says:

    So sorry for your loss! Brad was far too young. I worked with Brad at BNR, later Nortel, and he was really talented and a pleasure to work with. We socialized a bit with Brad and Ellen in Kanata until we moved.

  11. Brenda Johnston /Kevin Stagg says:

    Dear Jackie and Jaqueline…so sorry..hearts and prayers are with you.Dia Leibh cousin Brenda Johnston and cousin Kevin Stagg.

  12. Sonia Robidoux says:

    To Mr. and Mrs. Jesty, Mark, Ellen, Katy and Evan- my most sincere and heartfelt condolences.
    Brad has been my friend since high school and I am thankful for the memories we shared. He was intelligent, thoughtful and kind and I know he made a difference in so many lives. He was a special person who will be sorely missed.
    My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  13. Brenda Baines says:

    I am sorry to hear of Brad’s passing. He was my next door neighbour for the past six years he was always helpful and kind. He worked so hard renovating his home and I will miss seeing him.

  14. Amir Parniani says:

    I am so saddened to hear Brad’s passing, my condolences, and deepest sympathies. Brad was my mentor when I first joined BNR in the early 90s. He was an excellent developer and a pleasure to work with, it is such a big loss.

  15. Joseph Watters says:

    My deepest sympathies to your family. I worked beside Brad at NSERC the past 2 years. He was an intelligent guy who always paid attention to detail and was excellent at what he did. Always friendly and kind. We all miss him here.

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