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Bradley Seiffert

February 6, 1964 — September 19, 2023

Bismarck

Bradley Allen Seiffert, 59, Bismarck, died on September 19, 2023 of natural causes.

A private family Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

Bradley was born in Minot on February 6, 1964 to Garnet and Jacqueline (Kemper) Seiffert. He graduated from Minot High School in 1982 and then earned an Associate’s Degree in Architectural Drafting from North Dakota State College of Science in Wahpeton.

He worked as a custom carpenter where his creative cabinet making skills were showcased and sought after by customers. He was President of High Sierra Carpentry in Minot while living there.

Bradley did most things with gusto, especially in his younger years. He went all out with his music, water and snow skiing. More recently, Bradley was an avid bicycler. He loved photography, created unique videos and wrote poetry. Throughout his life Bradley was determined to expose others to music outside of mainstream rock. His favorite artists included Tool, Outkast, Puscifer, and the Silversun Pickups. He remained a music influencer to his friends and family until his death.

Above all, Bradley loved his family and was always there to help give care to his parents, Garnie and Jackie. Bradley had close relationships with friends whom he cherished. He had a tender heart for all animals, especially for his family’s pets.

Bradley is survived by his mother, Jackie Seiffert, Bismarck; brother, Greg (Mary) Seiffert, Fargo; sister, Jane (Michael) Marum, Mandan; niece, Maria Seiffert and fiancée, Bryan Maness, Columbia, Missouri; nephew, Christopher (Miranda) Seiffert, Minot; and great nephew and nieces, Leo, Ellie and Lennie.

He was preceded in death by his father Garnet Seiffert, paternal grandparents, Garnet and Loraine Seiffert; maternal grandparents, Delmar and Mabel Kemper; and loving aunts, Jane (Kemper) Frost and Shirley (Seiffert) Norton.  

Bradley felt a duty to help his less fortunate neighbors and the homeless when he could. In remembrance of Bradley, please consider an act of kindness towards someone in need.  

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