Bradly Brine Overbee

February 16, 1963 ~ January 3, 2021

Bradly Brine Overbee, 57, Buffalo Ridge, died on Sunday, January 3, 2021, at Sanford USD Medical Center, Sioux Falls.

A private family service will be held in spring, 2021.

Bradly Brine Overbee, was born on February 16, 1963, to Lloyd and Janice (Aeilts) Overbee, in Sioux Falls. He was raised in Sioux Falls, SD, and graduated from Washington High School. Bradly loved nature, family, cowboy hats and fancy belt buckles. He worked in construction and truly enjoyed his time driving truck. In the last few years, he lived at Buffalo Ridge and loved working with the buffalo.

Bradly is survived by his siblings, Laura Moenich, Sioux Falls, Marie (Jerry) Kuhnert, Brandon, Starla Overbee, Sioux Falls, Lloyd (Julie) Overbee, Rowlett, TX, Nadine Overbee, Viborg, Peter (Tammy) Overbee, Washington, and Katherina (Dean Taylor) Allen-Taylor, Colorado; his longtime girlfriend, Vicki Bertsch; and a host of other relatives.

Bradly was preceded in death by his parents; his siblings, Roy Overbee and Raymond Overbee; and his grandparents, Peter Aeilts and Sabina Voortman.

Share this post:
Comments
  • Annette Huetson Larson says:

    I am so sorry for the loss of Brad. Roy, Lloyd, Peter and Brad were foster children of my grandparents years ago. (Henry and Gen Kapsch). We have many fond memories of you boys. My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this most difficult time. God bless and rest easy Brad.

  • Marie kuhnert says:

    Bradly was such a private person, he was always usually behind the scenes. But he payed attention to the where abouts and what we all were doing. He a simplistic and pure personality, he loved simple heartfelt moments. He loved being one with hard work, nature, and himself. He spent 20 years with his best friend companion, Vicki Bertch, she knew him best. He will be truly missed, and always loved, he is a one of kind of great man. Love you brother❤️❤️❤️

  • Gabriel and Christine Keaton says:

    Praying for family and loved ones.

  • Brian Bennett says:

    Brad was a very hard worker and quite a fun character to be around. We enjoyed the time he worked for us. Our deepest condolences to Vicki and his family.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Archives