Brad Wachter

Brad Wachter

1970 - 2022

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Hi, my name is Connie and I am raising funds for my dearest lifelong friend, Heather Wachter and her precious boys. On September 14th their husband and father, Brad Wachter was unexpectedly taken from this earth into his heavenly home. He leaves behind his rock, his fiercely loyal and loving bride, Heather, and their two incredible teenage sons, Johnathan Courage and William Liberty, both of whom he was very proud of and adored with all of his heart. Brad was a self-employed entrepreneur and the sole income provider for the family, which puts the family in a true financial crisis on top of grieving the loss of someone so dear to them. Heather has been wearing many hats as she manages her mother's ongoing medical issues, handles the affairs of her recently deceased father, takes care of two amazing sons, all while dealing with her own health issues. Johnathan is a Sophmore at Grand Canyon University and is very active with Turning Point USA. William is a Sophmore at Mount Vista High School and has gained national notoriety as an outstanding cross country runner. Thank you for considering a financial gift to help Heather pay the mortgage, utilities, basic living, and education-related expenses until she is able to determine next steps with housing and how to best provide for her two boys. Most importantly, pray for them. May God give them strength and peace as they go through these most difficult times.

Celebration of Life

4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Sunday, September 25, 2022
Community Christian Church
1635 Emerson Lane
Naperville, Illinois, United States
Please join us in mourning our loss and celebrating the life of this quiet, kind, generous man on Sunday, September 25 from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Community Christian Church Naperville Yellow Box, 1635 Emerson Lane, Naperville, IL. A short service will take place at 6:00 p.m., officiated by our family friend, pastor John Wentz.