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Bradley DeRossett,

05/03/1964 - 06/19/2024
Service Date: 07/03/2024
Service Time: 9:30 am
Service Location: Bunker's Garden Chapel
Interment: National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona

Bradley DeRossett, 60 passed away peacefully on June 19th, 2024 in Mesa, Arizona.

There to meet him was his Father, Jesse Franklin DeRossett and his Mother, Bertha Francis Lefler.

Bradley is survived by his Sister, Yvonne Ogawa and Brother, Timothy DeRossett, 7 Nephews and Nieces, Greg Lefler (Cousin), Fiancee Rhonda Marlene Andrews, and his extended Pono Family.

Brad proudly served in the US Army from 1987 – 1991 and within that time served in Operation Desert Storm.

Brad grew up in North Phoenix and attended Paradise Valley High School.

You would find Brad active in riding dirt bikes, hanging out with his friends, tearing down cars/engines and putting them back together.

Brad was always looking for his next meal of Mac-n-Cheese and Kool-Aid.

Brad had worked with Pono for over 14 years, he was not just an employee of Pono, but he was part of their family.

Brad was head of labor and lead machine operator.  He had the uncanny ability to solve problems that no one else could.

That man could fit a square peg in a round hole if that is what was asked of him, he would find a way to make it work.

Brad was a hard worker and a team player, making an unforgettable impression on all those who met him.

Brad’s kind heart and soft demeanor will be greatly missed, as the absence of his light will never go unnoticed here at Pono.


Brad will be greatly missed and was loved by all.


Service Date:  7/3/2024

Service Time:  9:30 – 10:30

Service Location: Garden Chapel

33 N. Centennial Way, Mesa, AZ  85201


Committal Service:   National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona

23029 N. Cave Creek Rd, Phoenix, AZ  85024

1:00 pm, Military Honor Service (Taps, Presentation of Flag)



Arrangements by Bunker’s Garden Chapel, www.bunkerfuneral.com. Should this obituary appear anywhere but bunkerfuneral.com, please check our website for accurate details and service information.



  • Sharon Nash-DeRossett

    So sorry for the families loss- he is in a better place. Will enjoy being back with his dad.

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