Bradley Sias

Bradley V. Sias

Sunday, August 5th, 1951 - Sunday, October 11th, 2020
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Mt. Pleasant sadly lost a member of our community on Sunday, October 11,2020 when Bradley V. Sias passed away due to complications from a recent surgery. Brad was born to Keith V. Sias and Anna Lee “Peg” (Bruce) Sias on August 5, 1951.

Brad was a kind and gentle soul. He loved to talk about anything with anyone, often having regular conversations with cashiers at food stores and with the staff at the drug stores. His knowledge was so vast he could recite many facts on many subjects. He wouldn’t argue because he knew when he was right and that was enough for him. He was well read and could intelligently converse about most any subject and his recall was excellent on what he would call useless trivia.

Brad also had a love and passion for gardening, tending to many varieties of plants and often sharing his knowledge with anyone. He designed and maintained a large (multi-bed) garden for his good friend Kathleen. This kept him constantly busy. He held a landscape architect degree but did not pursue that professionally. His many talents also extended to interior design. He designed and remodeled many kitchens and bathrooms. Early on, one of his many talents was showcased in the expertise of his tailoring. He hand tailored most of all of his own suits. He sewed many formal dance dresses for his sister and lovingly designed and sewed a beautiful wedding dress for his eldest niece. There was very little Brad couldn’t do or create on an artistic level.

Brad is survived by three siblings, Kris (Jim) Lyon of Alma, Doug (Shelli) Sias of Mt. Pleasant and Becky (Dave) Gilbert of Mt. Pleasant.

He is also survived by many nieces and nephews: Kevin J (fiancé Magen Davidson) Lyon of Alma, Michelle (Aaron) Edwards of Alma, Dana Lyon (Eliseo Guerrero) of Lansing, Emily (Tristan) Wilson of Kalamazoo, Elena Sias of Portland, Oregon, Nicholas (Michelle) Haggart of Elkhart, Indiana, Jessica Haggart of Mt. Pleasant; along with many great nieces and nephews, Rome Guerrero, Keith Lyon, Sidney Lyon, Nolan Davidson, Mallory Edwards, Adrianna Lyon, Eliseo Guerrero, Effie Wilson, Phoebe Wilson, Brayden Haggart, and Kaleb Haggart.

His parents Si and Peg preceded him in death as well as a niece Julia Sias.

Brad has chosen to be cremated and a graveside memorial service will be held at Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Mt. Pleasant on Saturday, October 17, 2020 at 3 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to Isabella Community Soup Kitchen.
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    Saturday, October 17th, 2020 | 3:00pm
    Saturday, October 17th, 2020 3:00pm
    Memorial Gardens Cemetery
    Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858
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Richard Sias

Posted at 03:38pm
Richard Sias
I am a cousin of Brad's 3 days apart on birthdays. We've visited over the years of growing up. Last child hood visit was when they visited us in Illinois after we finished 10th grade. The next and last visit was when I was at the High School 50th reunion Aug 2019 for the school I attended K-9th. One of the days there in Michigan, three of the cousins and my wife and I gathered for a visit in Mt Pleasant. I am so glad Brad was able to make it that day. All described what we 'did' in last 52 years since the previous visit. I am saddened that there will be no more visiting.

Debra Andres

Posted at 07:16am

I’m am so deeply sorry Kris, Becky and Doug. Brad was one of a kind. I will cherish the many fond memories of laughter and bickering with him.
Debb Clare Andres

Kimberly Kushmaul

Posted at 08:12pm
Where do I begin. My memories go way back. Spending weekends at Brads or Grandmas, weeks in the summers in MP or at the cottage. Playing outside till way after dark, tormenting "brownie", folding our eyelids back and scaring you younger kids, riding around on car dollies when Grandpa took us to the county building. Watching Brad develop so many different talents. We laughed so much when we were together he had the greatest laugh! He taught me how to tile a back splash, lay floor tile, gave me so many decorating tips. He loved me and I him. I will miss him so much. I was blessed to have had him in my life. I love you all, Kim

Mary Kumler

Posted at 05:25pm
Fondest memories of Brad sewing bikinis out of old jeans -- Also, I wore a couple of his dresses to homecoming (Becky's hand-me-downs, of course!) Love, SIs :-)

Robert Bruce Posted at 09:08pm

I am so sorry to hear of Brad’s passing. My memories of Brad are few, since I moved from the area as a young child, but they were good memories: he was a kind and patient babysitter for me as a little child, and I greatly enjoyed exchanging memories at the family reunion two summers ago. Dad and I greatly enjoyed reconnecting with Brad at the reunion; it was Dad’s last visit with his Bruce family before his illness set in (he passed about a month ago). My sincerest sympathy to his siblings and family.

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