Bradley R. Tourtellot


Bradley R. Tourtellot, 63, of Middle Grove, NY went to live with his Lord on Thursday, December 13th at Saratoga Hospital after succumbing to a long illness. Born November 21st, 1955, he was the son of Stella E. Tourtellot and the late William D. Tourtellot.

Brad was retired from the Carpenters Union Local 370. Early in his career he pursued auto body repair. Brad also assisted with building a nuclear submarine while working for Electric Boat in Groton, CT. As a carpenter, he was proud of the many projects he worked on like the Saratoga County Jail, the Clifton Park Center Mall, and the Saratoga Racino.

Brad had a passion for woodworking, motorcycles, and a love for camping in the Adirondacks. Brad also loved being a part of events like Americade and the Harley Rendezvous. Brad lived his life to the fullest. He was often quoted saying, “I’m not here for a long time, I’m here for a good time.”

Brad is survived by his fiancée, Linda Kellerhouse, two sons, Adam B. Tourtellot and Chad M. Tourtellot (Kari Cook); grandson Jamison, granddaughter Laina; brothers Roger E. Tourtellot (Lori) and Jay N. Tourtellot (Joyce); and several nieces and nephews. Brad was predeceased by his oldest brother, David W. Tourtellot.

Relatives and friends are invited to call Monday, December 17th from 4pm to 6pm at Armer Funeral Home, Inc., 39 East High Street, Ballston Spa.

A committal service will be held in the Spring.

Guest Book

Jennifer V

Wonderful caring..loving.. lively..full of personality Man May he rest in peace! My prayers to his family and friends. So sorry for your loss.

Cathy and Bill Hedberg

Dear Chad, Kari and families,
Bill and I send our love, thoughts and prayers. The loss of a parent is so deep.
Love,
Cathy and Bill

Sue Braim Briggs

So sorry for your loss....prayers are being sent for you and your family

Michelle & Jim Bubb

Our deepest Condolences to the family

Anita Barnaby

So sorry for your loss. My condolences

Denise Deere

Bradley, gonna miss seeing your face, hearing your laughter, and having an informative conversation while kicking back some beers. You my friend will DEFINITELY be MISSED! Glad for the times we had the memories we share and some of the camp outs we endured. You've always been a kindred soul so I celebrate your life and not grieve your death. Soar high soar free look down on me once in awhile will ya? Just let me know your presences is here .....

Gregory Wilson

So sorry Adam and Chad.

Linda Yager

Linda,
I’m so sorry for your loss my prayers are with you and Brad's family