Bradley Metro Zazula
November 20, 1963 – April 27, 2022

On April 27, 2022, Bradley Metro Zazula passed away suddenly in his home in Regina, Saskatchewan. He was 58 years of age. Brad was born November 20, 1963, to Metro and Helen Zazula. He grew up on a farm outside Fosston, SK with his brothers and sisters. His schooling began in Rose Valley, SK for elementary and high school and after graduation, Brad moved to Saskatoon to further his education in welding. Later he lived and worked there as a welder. In 1993, Brad moved to Regina, SK, where he began to work for Brandt Agricultural. Always very creative and computer savvy, Brad enjoyed inventing and trying new things. With his background and love for farming, Brad invented a “Folding Auger” and other farm equipment for Brandt. In 2009, he received an award for his invention of “The Folding Auger.” A big sports fan, Brad loved the Saskatchewan Roughriders, the Toronto Maple Leafs, and the Blue Jays. Another favorite pastime was cooking, and again his creative side came out while he tried new recipes and even created his famous, “McZula Burger”! Spending time with his family and friends was a real joy for Brad, where he was better known as, “Meathead”. He adored his son David, and his nieces and nephews. Brad leaves to mourn his passing: his mother Helen Zazula; his son David Hilbig (Sheila); siblings: Wes (Cathee) and children Jayce and Casey, Brian, Lynn (Mike) and son Brandon, Leann and daughter Paige, and Barry (Diane) and children Brittney and Tyler; and by numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and school buddies. He was predeceased by his father Metro Zazula and brother Brent Zazula; grandparents, Alex and Mary Winnichyn, and Steve and Ann Zazula; uncles: Mike and Johnnie Winnichyn, Cec Irvine, Vernon Zazula, Lenny Zazula, and Tony Butcho; and aunts: Ruth Butcho and Rose Chorney. Brad will be sadly missed and fondly remembered by his family and friends. The Funeral Service for Brad was held at Schuler-Lefebvre Funeral Chapel in Humboldt, on Friday, May 6, 2022, at 2:00 p.m. The service was presided over by Nestor Trach, and scripture readings were proclaimed by Rosilyn Wimichyn and John Lees. A memorial luncheon followed at the Royal Canadian Legion Hall in Humboldt. The interment will occur at a later date at BAA Ukrainian Catholic Cemetery in the Fosston District, SK. Memorial donations may be directed to the Heart & Stroke Foundation (#26 – 1738 Quebec Avenue, Saskatoon, SK, S7K 1V9).

This Notice Is Courtesy Of
Schuler-Lefebvre Funeral Chapel - Humboldt, Saskatchewan