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Bradley Jason Berlinguet

Jan. 21, 1971 - Sep. 7, 2021

Date of Service: Sep. 14, 2021

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Bradley Jason Berlinguet, 50, of Oakley, Idaho, passed away unexpectedly Tuesday, September 7, 2021, in his home.

Brad was born January 21, 1971, in San Jose, California, to Darlene and David Berlinguet.
His mom and stepdad, Jim Van Dam, relocated to Boise, Idaho, in 1980. Brad reconnected with his father, Dave Dad, and stepmom, Lisa Berlinguet, in 1982. Brad graduated from Borah High School in 1989.

Brad and his mom owned and ran The Best Little Hair House in Boise for many years together.
That is where he met the love of his life, LibertyAnn Severe. Brad and Liberty were married in May of 1997 in Boise. Their first daughter, Savanna, was born in 1998. They relocated to West Boise in 2000, where their second daughter, Hallie, was born. In 2002 they built a home in Kuna, and their son, Jase, was born that same year. Their daughter, Aleena, was born in 2004. And, to complete their family was their daughter, Livee, who was born in 2008.

Bradley decided to follow his dream and became a realtor in 2004. The economy had other plans for his family, and in 2011 they relocated to Oakley, Idaho, hometown to his wife. Oakley became home to Brad very quickly. All that mattered to him was being with his family. Location wasn’t important.

Brad became the best Papa Lolly to his first grandson, Preston Jett Lima, in November 2020.
Brad was a family man. He loved his wife with all of his being, and caring for his beautiful family was always a priority.

Brad was a celebrator of life in all of his roles: son, brother, husband, father, grandfather, uncle, friend, coach, supervisor, co-worker, and teammate. He put his heart and soul into whatever he was currently involved in. Some of his other loves besides his family were coaching kids teams (soccer, softball, baseball, football) creating nicknames for everyone, playing softball, golf, ping pong, writing bubble letters on his cards to loved ones, juggling, riding a unicycle, making sure he could still do a backflip every birthday, watching sports – Go Raiders! – road-trip treats and playlists, singing very loudly to that road-trip playlist, writing poems and lyrics to songs, and photo-bombing pictures.

Brad was quick to forgive and quick to love. He was a friend to all. A large hole is left in many without him here.

Brad is survived by his wife, LibertyAnn Berlinguet; his children, Savanna (Hayden) Lima, Hallie Berlinguet, Jase Berlinguet, Aleena Berlinguet, and Livee Berlinguet; his grandson, Jett Lima; his mother, Darlene (Dick) Davis; his stepmother, Lisa Berlinguet; his siblings, David (Anna) Berlinguet, and Tasha (Mike) Hendriksen; and several sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law, nieces, nephews, cousins, and many friends.

Brad was preceded in death by his father, David Arthur Berlinguet; his mother-in-law and father-in-law, Judy Severe and Kent Severe; and his maternal and paternal grandparents.

The funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, September 14, at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - Oakley Stake Center, located at 301 N. Center St., with Bishop Ryan Hawker officiating. Burial will follow at Oakley Cemetery.

Family and friends will be received from 5 until 7 p.m. Monday, September 13, at Rasmussen-Wilson Funeral Home, 1350 E. 16th St., in Burley, and from 10 until 10:45 a.m. on Tuesday prior to the funeral service at the church.

A live webcast of the Funeral Service will be available and maintained at the following link: https://youtu.be/h_2AXFe1W6o.

Condolences for Bradley Jason Berlinguet

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From Patty and Butch Montagnino:
We are so sorry for your loss. Brad was a very loving,caring and great person to be with. Our prays are with you and your family.
From Michelle Ray (Rice):
I went to school with Brad at South Jr High and worked with him at Micron. Brad always had a smile on his face and a positive attitude toward life, he'll be missed. During this time his family is in my thoughts and prayers.
From Frankie Negrette :
RIP Brad. I had the great opportunity to work with you at Micron but more importantly I got to know as a friend and family man. Go Raiders!! I'm sure you loved watching the game tonight...it was very entertaining. Peace be with you
From Sonya Davis:
I worked with Brad at Micron and played softball with him. He was was so kind and caring. Had a wonderful sense of humor. He will be truly missed. My thoughts and prayers for his family. My god hold you tight in his arms.
From Louise and Gary:
Libby, There are no words to express our deep sorrow for your loss. We pray That God will grant you, and your family strength and comfort through this sad time..
From Jodie Shulsen:
I worked with Brad at Micon. He was my very first trainer and I was the first person he trained from outside of Micron, He had such a beautiful soul. He frequently talked about his family, especially his wife and children the love he felt for them was beyond obvious, his face and eyes would light up with any mention of them. He always had a great attitude and amazing wit. He will be missed by many. My deepest sympathy to Liberty, family and everyone else who's life was blessed by getting the chance to know Brad.
From Louise and Gary:
Libby, There are no words to express our deep sorrow for your loss. We pray That God will grant you, and your family strength and comfort through this sad time..
From Tom Saunders :
Great roommate and friend. Truly a one of a kind. So very sorry!!
From Mark and Diane Bell:
I’m so sorry for your loss, know we are praying for you and your family and we are just around the corner and always here for you.
From Mercedes Herod Christesen:
May his memory always be a blessing and comfort to all who loved him.
From Kary (Marvin) Sawin :
I’m so sorry for your loss. Brad was a wonderful and amazing human being. Prayers for you!
From Leonard Mullen :
I worked with Brad at Southern Field. Really enjoyed his company and very much miss him.
From theresa(dianne)berlinguet austin:
my nephew he has a light that will not be blown out will miss you my nephew

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