Bradley Scot Shepherd passed away February 28th, 2022 at Gritman Medical Center in Moscow.
Brad was born May 29th, 1966 in Moscow to Douglas and Dayle Shepherd. He was the first of their three children. He grew up in Orofino, Potlatch and Post Falls. After graduating from Post Falls High School in 1985, Brad attended NIC in Coeur d’Alene and graduated from the auto body and painting program.
Brad was an avid hunter and outdoorsman. His other passions included his cars, hunting and fishing with his brother Craig, spending time with his nieces and nephews, and most favorably, his kitties. Brad always had a cat, and usually it’s name was Michelle.
In 2006, Brad moved to Potlatch to help care for his Grandpa Harvie. During that time he worked for car dealerships in Moscow.
Brad was a much-loved uncle and took his nieces and nephews hunting and fishing whenever he could.
Brad inherited his Grandpa Harvie’s gift for storytelling and kept everyone entertained with his many tales — that may or may not have been embellished, but isn’t that what a good storyteller does?
In the last few years, Brad’s health declined. For the past three months he resided at Aspen Park of Cascadia in Moscow where he received excellent care, compassion and comfort.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents Harvie and Irene Shepherd, LaVerne and Roy Emmett, and James Chandler, and his aunt, Sheri Miltenberger.
Bradley is survived by his parents, Douglas Shepherd of Potlatch, Dayle and Denis Dahl of Moscow; brother, Craig Shepherd (Jennifer); sisters, Toni Hites, Nicole Bond (Alan), Heather Agidius, Kymberly Dahl and Kirsten Dahl; nephews, Dakota Boggs, Tristan Hites and Nathan Kramer; nieces, Hailey Shepherd, Rowan Hites and Ava Kramer; uncle Steve Emmett (Kathy) of Kendrick, and many cousins and close friends.
A celebration of life will be announced at a later date.
The family would like to thank Potlatch EMTs, and ask any donations be sent to Potlatch Fire and Ambulance Service PO Box 63, Potlatch, ID 83855.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Kramer Funeral Home in Palouse. Condolences can be shared at palouse.kramercares.com.
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