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Obituary: Nickle, Kenneth Bradley

NICKLE, Kenneth Bradley Kenneth Bradley Nickle was born in Sioux City, IA, April 5, 1940.

Brad’s career as a Financial Advisor in Spokane spanned over 40 years.

He treated his clients with respect and considered each a personal friend, always looking out for their personal well-being.

Brad was a kind and generous man.

He especially enjoyed lively discussions, entertaining, cooking wonderful gourmet meals and playing golf with his wife and friends.

Brad lived life to the fullest and greeted each new day with a smile.

Brad always felt fortunate in his life and wanted to give back to his Spokane community.

His proudest accomplishment was being the founder of The First Tee of the Inland Northwest.

This program allows underprivileged youth to learn life’s core values through the game of golf.

Integrity, Honesty, Respect, Confidence and Responsibility are a few of the values Brad used in his daily life.

Brad is survived by his wife, Patty; son Chris (Jen) Nickle, son Jeremy (Melissa) Nickle; brother Tom (Lois) Nickle; stepsons Troy Daniel, Adam (Jen) Daniel, and Jason Daniel.

His grandchildren Jacob, Megan, Noah, Cooper, Lily, Kylie, Lainey and Owen were a constant source of joy in his life.

A special heartfelt thank you to Dr. Bob Hustrulid for his loyal friendship and compassionate care.

The family would also like to thank the doctors and staff at CancerCare Northwest, especially Dr. Thumma, for their loving care and concern.

Donations to the First Tee of the Inland Northwest, PO Box 4553, Spokane, WA 99220, would be appreciated in lieu of flowers.

Brad’s Life will be Celebrated at a family Memorial.

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