Bradley Clyde Phair, III
June 3, 1958 ~ June 11, 2022
Resided in: Bryan, Texas
On June 11, 2022, Bradley Clyde Phair, III, loving husband, father and PaPa passed away at the age of 64 after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer. Funeral Service is scheduled for 1:30 pm, Saturday, June 18, 2022, at Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers, Bryan-College Station.
Brad was born in Austin, Texas to Bradley Clyde, Jr and Anne Randall (Marston) Phair. He graduated from Lanier High School and attended Texas State University. In August 1980 he married Deborah (Debbie) Lynn Barker. They moved to College Station where they started their family. They were blessed with two daughters, Robin and Jessica, who then blessed them with son-in-laws, Justin and Anthony and five grandchildren who loved their PaPa’s bear hugs.
Brad had a passion for anything outdoors including hunting, fishing, traveling, competition shooting, photography, golf and sitting around a campfire drinking good bourbon with family and friends. He and Debbie loved to travel and were on a quest to play golf in all 50 states. They had made 19 states and 1 other country. Their last game in March was played in Big Bend at Lajitas Golf Resort. Brad was able to play 18 holes including driving a ball in Texas and then driving one into Mexico off the same tee box.
Most of his career was spent in sales where he was known for his genuine kind and compassionate spirit. Although, he appreciated a sale, it was more important if he could make someone’s day better.
Bradley’s father preceded him in death.
He is survived by his wife Debbie, his daughters Robin and husband Justin Moore, Jessica and husband Anthony Patranella, , his five grandchildren: Caleb, Ryan, Madilyn, Layton and Frankie, his mother Andy Phair, brothers Randy Phair and Joe Phair, his father-in-law Floyd and wife Jennifer Barker, and mother-in-law, Lela Barker. Along with many other family members, friends and his Spirit Warrior Brigade.
In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to Trinity Oaks at https://www.trinityoaks.org The family wishes to thank Dr. Morelli and her staff at MD Anderson, Hospice Brazos Valley and all his prayer warriors around the world.