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Bradley Dennigmann

October 18, 1964 — November 26, 2023

St. Charles, MO

Bradley Allen Dennigmann, of Saint Charles, MO, passed away Sunday, November 26, 2023 at the age of 59.  
 
He is survived by his ex-wife, Laura (Kevin) Peyton and was the cherished father of Abbie (Scott) Todisman and youngest daughter Caroline Frances Dennigmann and was the future grandfather to Rhett Matthew Todisman.  
 
He was the beloved younger brother to Gregory Lee (and the late Marcia) Dennigmann and Denise Ann Pohl.  
 
Bradley was a treasured uncle to Jason, Sarah, Sally, Michael, Amber (Kevin) Monroe and Alyssa Danielle.  
 
Bradley was preceded in death by his parents, Gerald Otto Dennigmann and Joy Francis Dennigmann and his beloved father in law, William Joseph Hanan.

Bradley was a wonderful husband, father, uncle, brother and friend. He adored his family, especially his girls and was looking incredibly forward to meeting and holding his first grandbaby, Rhett Matthew.  
 
Bradley was particularly close with his parents and idolized his mother and father. Bradley was a proud Catholic who had a strong faith in the Lord and loved attending mass at Saint Charles Borromeo Church.
 
Bradley was intelligent, articulate and received his Masters Degree in accounting all while working tirelessly for his father, carrying hod at Jerry's bricklaying jobs.  
 
Bradley was well liked, possessed a great sense of humor, had an incredible knack of knowing everything sports related, he had a heart of gold, an empathetic soul and was very easy to get along with. 
 
In his free time, Bradley enjoyed spending time with his precious daughters, going on road trips to Portage with his brother Greg and spending time at the river and never missed a Dallas Cowboys or Mizzou football game. He was a diehard animal lover and was known to feed the neighborhood cats and to never turn down an opportunity to dog sit or love on the animals in the neighborhood.  
 
Bradley loved spending time outdoors, and would want to be remembered as the BIGGEST Dallas Cowboys fan since the young age of 6.  

Bradley was very proud to be the father of Abbie and Caroline and loved them fiercely and was proud that he and Laura were able to work tirelessly together as co-parents for the both of them.  
 
Many people in the last 10 years only knew Bradley through the lens of addiction to alcohol and didn't know the real Bradley that his daughters, siblings, nieces, nephews and ex-wife knew so well, who they rooted for, loved and cherished endlessly.  
 
Bradley fought hard with everything he had so he could be here for the birth of his grandson, but his body was tired and it was time for him to rest with the Lord.  The memory of Bradley's quick wit, tender heart, his Snoopy dance at family events, and his easy disposition will never be forgotten and our broken hearts will forever feel the loss and emptiness of his absence.
 
In Lieu of flowers, donations can be made to AA in memory of Bradley. 
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