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Bradley Whitefield LeFevre, 61, of Carmel, IN, passed away in the early hours of December 16th, 2020, following a five-year battle with early onset Alzheimer’s.


Brad was born on October 7th, 1959 to Beverley (Blanks) Lincoln and Harry LeFevre in Phoenix, AZ. After graduating from Sunnyslope High School in 1978, he went on to play football and study journalism, public relations, and marketing at Northern Arizona University.


Brad married his high school sweetheart, Jane (Hedden) LeFevre, in Las Vegas in 1989 in Nike sweatshirts that said “Just Do It”. If you knew Brad, you knew this was in-character for him.


Brad never met a stranger and never turned down a good time. Ask his family about some of his stories— they’d love to share some that would even make your grandmother blush. He lived and breathed sports, especially football. But most of all, Brad’s family meant more to him than anything in the world. Despite fighting a disease that takes so much of who you are, he knew the voices of his loved ones all the way until the end.


Brad was preceded in death by his mother Beverley Lincoln, father Harry LeFevre, and stepfather Ray Lincoln. He is survived by his loving wife of 31 years Jane LeFevre, son Colton (Allie) LeFevre, daughter Shelby (Derek) Smith, his sister Kathy (Rick) Colton, sister Michele (John) Perk, brothers Steve Lincoln and Ron Lincoln, sister Deanna Lincoln-Haddow, his adored grandsons Brodi, Carter, and Beckham, and many nieces, nephews, and friends.

A small celebration of life will be held for immediate family at a later date. We appreciate everyone’s love and support at this time. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to the Alzheimer’s Association or share a fond memory of Brad with his family.

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Jane, Colton, and Shelby - I miss Brad already. We had a lot of fun and I have great memories. What a great friend an…
Jane, Colton, and Shelby - I miss Brad already. We had a lot of fun and I have great memories. Wh…
Jane, Colton, and Shelby - I miss Brad already. We had a lot of…
Best of thoughts to Brads family. He and I played football for three years and he was always humorous even while gettin…
Best of thoughts to Brads family. He and I played football for three years and he was always humoro…
Best of thoughts to Brads family. He and I played football for t…
Condolences to Brad’s family and friends. Though I graduated 1967 from SHS any “Viking” of any year is a classmate. Bl…
Condolences to Brad’s family and friends. Though I graduated 1967 from SHS any “Viking” of any year…
Condolences to Brad’s family and friends. Though I graduated 196…
I remember Brad as a man who had an unbelievable zeal for life and treasured his family above all else. This world wil…
I remember Brad as a man who had an unbelievable zeal for life and treasured his family above all e…
I remember Brad as a man who had an unbelievable zeal for life a…

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