Jerry (Brad) Grant

A remembrance reception for Jerry (Brad) Grant, 57, Lawrence will be held at 2pm. Sunday, May 1, 2011 at the Fraternal Order of Eagles Lodge, #309, 1803 West 6Th. Street, Lawrence.

Mr. Grant died Wednesday, April 27, 2011 at his home.

He was born January 3, 1954, in Lawrence the son of Jesse Mack and Wanda June Martin Grant.

Brad worked for the City of Lawrence in the Water Department for 30 years. He retired in January 2009. He recently worked for Transport Truck Sales in Kansas City.

He married Linda Sue Staus on June 29, 1973 in Lawrence, she survives of the home.

Other survivors include his children Marty Grant, Fort Riley, Jessica Grant-Helmert, Tonganoxie, and Nick Grant, Lawrence, five grandchildren Grace, Dylon, David, Hailey, and Justin, his mother June Grant, Lawrence, three sisters and two brothers Linda Faler, Ann Norris,
Rick Grant, Kelly Otterman, and Mack Grant.

The family suggests donations may be made to a college fund set up for his
grandchildren at Douglas County Bank or in care of the Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home, 601 Indiana, Lawrence, KS 66044.

Online condolences may be made at

Messages & Condolences

From John and Cindy Gress...

Linda and family,
Our thoughts and prayers have been with you as we learned about Brad’s death. We are so sorry for the loss of Brad. We missed things in the paper until it was too late. Our thoughts will continue to be with you and your family.
John and Cindy Gress

From Gary & Sherry Hackathorn...

We went to school together and haven’t seen each other in many years. Always had a great sense of humor. Bought alot of cars from Brad’s dad. Our thoughts and prayers are with Brad’s family.

From The Fabac’s...

Condolences to your family from your old neighbors on Pin Oak. You are thought of by many at times like these. Our prayers are with you.

From Danese (Danny) Swope...

Linda, Aunt Junie, and cousins — so sorry we could not be with you today. My thoughts, prayers, love and memories are with you. Why Jerry Brad was Connie and my baby when he was born. We dragged him all over that farm….first baby we remembered being around and such a beautiful one at that!!! He grew up to be even more beautiful in all ways. He is surely with Uncle Jessie, Connie, Grandma, Aunt Rita, my Mom, Sisie, and Aunt Gigi and all our other loved ones. Truly sorry for your loss. Prayers and love to all of you.

Cousin, Niece,
Danese (Danny) Swope
Kansas City, MO

From Phil & Marge Hoffman...

He was a good man that left us too soon, he will be missed! Our thoughts and prayers go out to you Aunt June and my cousin’s. I know in my heart that Brad is with Uncle Jesse and the rest of our family that playing cards in haven!

From Jenny fuzzy red head Duncan...

My heart aches for all the family and friends of Brad. I loved him as a father. He is truly going to be missed. I send all my love and gods light to help you all. Love you Brad!

From Nancy Euler...

To Linda and family, Our prayers are with you. May the Lord give your family courage and strength and keep you going through this difficult time. Your friends at Transport Truck Sales

From Darrin Farnsworth...

To all of Brads family and friends. I am truly sorry to hear of Brads passing. I only knew him briefly, but imediately liked him. Linda and family, you will be in my thoughts and prayers!!

Darrin Farnsworth
Winfield Kansas

From Don & Darlene Cole...

We send our thoughts and prayers to June & the family.
Don & Darlene Cole

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