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Bradley James Haworth

Passed 04/02/2020

Obituary for Bradley James Haworth

HAWORTH, Bradley James

Age 59, of Waverley, passed away at home on April 2, 2020, with his wife and family by his side after a short battle with cancer.

Born in Toronto to the late Richard James and Yvonne (Aspinall) Haworth, he will be dearly missed by his wife of 35 years Ingrid (Unruh), daughters Sarah (Brett Barwick), Rebecca (Kit Moran) and Victoria. He also leaves to mourn his mother Lillie (Sherwood) Haworth, Grimsby, ON; brother Richard (Andrea, nephews Ross and Cameron), Invermere, BC; Jeffrey (Kim) Codrington, ON; mother-in-law Anne Unruh, Vineland, ON; brother-in-law Ervin Unruh, Vineland, ON. He was looking forward to the birth of his first grandchild in April.

A graduate of the University of Guelph, BSc. 83 (Microbiology), Brad enjoyed a 30-year career with UFL and Newly Weds Foods. He was well respected in the food ingredient and food development industry where he made many life-long friends. He was an avid fisherman and enjoyed collecting antiques, publishing “The Maritime Antique Dealers’ Directory” for many years and restoring vintage lighting. His proudest achievements, however, were his three daughters. He found joy in sharing his vast knowledge with them, coaching their Ringette teams, cheering for them on the sidelines of the many sports they participated in and watching them succeed academically and in their careers.

Cremation has taken place. A celebration to honour his life and his memory will be held at a later date. If desired, donations in his memory can be made to KidSport Nova Scotia, SPCA, or Beacon House, Lower Sackville.

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To the Howarth family. Brad was my room mate for three years at the U. of Guelph but we lost touch for almost 40 years. I have been searching for him for years only to recently find that he has passed- I am so sorry for your loss. Brad was a great guy & in my mind, he will always be the tall, cool 20 year old friend that lived down the hall
- Bill Hipkin
To Ingrid , Sarah, Rebecca and Victoria, my sincere condolences. I have known Brad for many years through work and although I haven't met all of you I feel like I know each one of you. I would always look forward to hearing about you all during our work travels. He loved to talk about his family and all the wonderful things that they were accomplishing. My girls we always excited to receive Brad's beautiful cookies on special occasions and he always slipped me some extra because he knew they loved them. He will be missed by all who were fortunate to have known him.
- Nancy McKenna
Sarah, Rebecca and Victoria, I have fond memories of you all growing up in Waverley. Ingrid, on Brad's many trips through Halifax airport he always so proud to share his family news with me, he was so very proud of all of you. Thinking of you during this sad time. Jennifer Carrier and family.
- Jennifer Carrier
Our condolences to Ingrid and the family. We remember many pleasant times chatting at the rink and cheering our kids on together. May such memories comfort you now and in the years to come.
- Leslie Brown
I'm so sad for everyone. Brad was a great father and coach. I only have warm memories of him. He raised a wonderful family.
- nicole deveau
Ingrid, so sorry to hear your sad news. We have so many good memories of time spent with you and your family while you were living in Aylesford and after you moved to your beautiful home on the lake. A highlight for my girls was the trip to Crystal Palace. Brad was such a good man. We were privileged to know him. With our sincere sympathy, Marilyn and Darrel.
- Marilyn Foster
My sincere sympathy to Brad's family. I worked with Brad for 20 years out of the Chicago office and although business was the reason for our discussions or travels, his family was always the first topic to be discussed. He loved to talk about his children and was proud to deliver Ingrid's bakery goods to them when he could. He will be missed by all who were fortunate to have known him.
- Chris McBride
To Ingrid and Family, my sincerest condolences. I received notice of Brad's passing over the weekend and am only now able to compose something. I have many fond memories of the numerous biking, fishing, hiking, backpacking and climbing trips that Brad, Ken B. and myself did in Ontario, and BC. They were great adventures, ones that I will never forget. We also had a lot of fun and rowdy times with Dwayne M., Ken B., and myself in high school. He was well liked by whomever he met. May he rest in peace and my thoughts are with all of you. He will be missed.
- Steven McRoberts
To Ingrid , Sarah, Rebecca and Victoria, my sincere condolences. I received the notification from a mutual friend to Brad and myself (Steve M.). At that moment I lost a little bit of my youth. So many memories of having Brad as a friend for life. This started back in high school with outdoor adventures. This led to 26 days of the Canadian Outward Bound Mountaineering School for Brad, Steve and me in the mountains of western Canada in 1978. More recently visiting in Nova Scotia and here in Calgary I was hoping this was the start of reconnecting. I live in the country now in Western Canada and went for a long walk today (April 12) during a spring snowstorm to think of Brad. This loss will take some time to register for all of us. But know that my thoughts are with all of you at this very difficult time.
- Ken Baxter
It is with profound sadness from myself and my two daughters, Madison & Eden, to learn of Brad's passing. When we were neighbours and our daughters would play, it was clear his daughters had a great father and one that would do anything for them. Brad and I would often chat about our daughters and I can only imagine the sorrow his family now feels for loosing such great person, loving father and husband. RIP Brad, and all our love and prayers for Ingrid, Sarah, Rebecca and Victoria.
- Kelly Lunn
To all the Haworth family we extend our sincerest condolences.
- John Wells
I want to express our sincere condolences to the Haworth family. I knew Brad as a coach during my girls' ringette years. May your many memories of a wonderful husband and father become a comfort in the months to come.
- Brenda MacLellan
I worked with Brad at NWF for many years. I was very sad to hear of his passing. Sending my deepest sympathy to your family. May he rest in peace.
- Daniela Cantore
Please accept my sincere condolences to all of you. My thoughts are with you Ingrid, Sarah, Rebecca and Victoria. He was a great man. We will miss him a lot.
- Line Fontaine
On behalf of the entire Newly Weds Family our deepest sympathies to Ingrid, Sarah, Rebecca, Victoria and all the family members. Brad was the ultimate representative of Newly Weds Foods and was widely respected for his knowledge and commitment to his customers. We will all miss Brad's smile and enthusiasm. While his light may ended here on earth, his memories will shine on for generations. Peace.
- Mark Shircel
Ingrid & family, my thoughts & prayers are with you at this difficult time. Brenda Clarke
- Brenda Clarke
Dear Ingrid & Girls, Ian & I were so very sorry to hear of Brad's passing. It's been awhile since we lived on Faucheau Lane but we have great memories of the neighbourhood. Please know that you all have our deepest sympathy & are in our thoughts & prayers.
- Shannon Ross
To Ingrid , Sarah, Rebecca and Victoria . So sorry to hear of Brad's passing during this difficult time . He loved his trips over here to Newfoundland . When work was done he loved a cold draft and listening to live Nfld music . He cherished his yearly fly in fishing trip to the Wilderness Reserves , "in- country " and I have a lifetime of memories to remember him by . Take care ,stay safe and one day soon you can celebrate his life with family and friends . Rest in peace my friend , "tight lines " !
- Barry Codner
Dear Ingrid, Sarah, Rebecca and Victoria, My sincere condolences on Brad's passing. I hope you find much comfort in the memories you have of happy family times. I remember him so well picking up the girls at Waverley Memorial. Sincerely, Lois Stuart
- Lois Stuart
Our thoughts and prayers are with you as your mourn the loss of your husband, father, and best friend. Thinking of you all from Ontario, with love, Linda, Dave, Ryan and Nymera and Tyler and Taylor
- Linda Epp
We were deeply saddened by Brad's passing. Ingrid, it was a joy to be together at Brett and Sarah's wedding and celebrate with you and Brad and your family. We have been praying for all of you during these very difficult days and will continue to do so in the days ahead. Much Love, Bill & Irene
- Irene Barwick
Ingrid and family. I am so sorry for your loss. Brad was a true friend and while our contact was intermittent over the years it never took us long to fall back into a comfortable rhythm when we chatted or met. I will cherish the memories I have, be it cycling, steak dinners we had by raiding our parent's freezers or just great times with our high school mates. My thoughts are with you all. Brad will be missed.
- Dwayne Mann
Dear Ingrid and girls, my thoughts are with you all.
- Lisa Fullerton
Ingrid, my condolences to you and the girls. Sending healing thoughts your way.
- Maureen Camp
Dear Ingrid, Sarah, Rebecca and Tori. We are so saddened to hear of Brad's sudden Passing.He was such a kind and friendly individual; a loving and supportive father. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time. Al, Theresa Morley and Family
- Al Morley
Pat & I are so sad to hear of your loss.Our thoughts & prayers are with you.
- paul conrad
Dear Ingrid, Sarah, Rebecca, Victoria and family, please accept my deep condolences and sympathy on Brad's passing. I have very fond memories of listening to he and my father talking about antiques and many other topics during your visits. Let all of your great memories of him comfort you now and in the future.
- Bruce Creighton
Sending my deepest sympathies to Ingrid and family. Take comfort in the many wonderful memories you have and reflect on the good times shared as a family.
- Dereck Noel
To the family of Brad, my most sincere condolences on his passing. Many fond memories of our school days, minor hockey, and just hanging out roaming the escarpment on many adventures. May he rest well, and many great memories help you through, as you celebrate his life.
- Steve Djuric

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