Obituary of Brad Doucet
Bradley Kim Doucet
(September 29, 1965 - January 6, 2021)
Bradley Kim Doucet of Camrose, Alberta, passed away on Wednesday, January 6, 2021 at the age of 55 years.
Bradley Kim Doucet was born to Reg and Linda Doucet in Castor, Alberta on September 29, 1965. In his early years, Brad and his family made their home in Edmonton and Entwistle. Brad and his mother Linda and two younger brothers lived in Millet and Wetaskiwin before moving to the farm of Andy Hiller’s. Andy and Linda were married in 1978. In 1982, at the young age of seventeen, Brad started his career in the oilfield and worked his way up to being an oilfield consultant. Brad married Lisa Lau in 1988 and together had two children, Dalton and Alisha. Work took him away from home a lot, taking him all over Alberta, British Columbia, and even Africa. Brad proudly became a successful entrepreneur of a Hotshot Trucking Company, Victory Oilfield. In 2009 he met Loretta Sych, the love of his life and helped her raise her daughter Brittany as his own.
Brad loved camping and quadding with friends and family, ski-dooing with his buddies. Brad and Loretta loved to go on his Harley for a good time sometimes with friends to Tofield, or just for a ride. But most of all, Brad loved spending time at home with Loretta and Brittany, his children Dalton and Alisha and his grandchildren Karter, Rogan, Carson, and Ryker.
Left to cherish his memory are his wife Loretta Sych; children Dalton Doucet of Irma, Alisha Lau of Blackfalds, and Brittany Sych of Camrose; four grandchildren; father Reg (Liz) Doucet; mother Linda (Andy) Hiller; siblings Jan (Denise) Doucet of Millet, Becky (Tim) Besselt of Millet, Melissa Hiller (Cory Vandal) of Millet, and Mark (Courtney) Hiller of Millet; four nieces; and father and mother-in-law Henri and Betty Goudreau of Ohaton. Bradley was predeceased by his brother Kirby Doucet.
Due to Alberta Health regulations, a private service was held. To view a recording of the Funeral Service, please click on the following link:
If family and friends so desire, memorial contributions in Bradley's memory may be made to the Stollery Children's Hospital, or to the Alberta Heart and Stroke Foundation.