Friday, June 5, 2009

*Funeral arrangements*

***Want to keep the Funeral info at the top, sorry for the repeat***
There will be two viewings held at the Sandy LDS Church Crescent Ridge 5th Ward - 10975 S. Prescott Dr. (1635 East), Sandy, Utah 84092, Skywest employees have been notified of the Monday, June 8th viewing to take place at 10 am, one hour prior to the funeral service. We would like to ask, if you are willing and comfortable to wear your pilot uniform.

Also, there will be a Sunday evening viewing, June 7th, 2009 from 6-8 pm.

Funeral service will start at 11 am June 8th, 2009 at the same location.

Graveside Service 10 am Tuesday, June 9th, 2009Monticello Utah City Cemetery-Travel directions are pretty simple. From Main St. driving south, turn left (east) on 200 south, street leads directly to cemetery.

If you have any questions please call Dad (Gordon) at 801-232-5000


  1. I'm probably putting this in the wrong spot, but I just wanted to give my best to Gordon, Holly and everyone that has been hit by this tragedy, especially his beautiful little family.

    I worked for Doogie for a couple years. We had some of the best times I can remember. Everyone reading this already knows Doogie was up for anything. One of my favorite memories that still makes me laugh out loud is when we were driving through the south shooting up every car that we saw with these semi-automatic paintball guns Doogie had bought for us in Tennessee.

    We were on the highway in Little Rock, Arkansas and I had fired 50 or so rounds out of the passenger side of the 23 foot Uhaul we were driving. When I sat back down to reload, I remember looking over at Doogie. He was driving at the time and he had this huge grin spread across his face with his paintball gun out the window, completely unloading on the unsuspecting citizens of Little Rock. I remember thinking how hilarious it was to see him so happy as we fired up Little Rock's Highway.

    We had so much fun. Doogie lived with no regrets. I looked up to his do anything attitude. He wasnt afraid to approach any project, even if he had never done anything like it. His brain worked better than most brains, and he knew it but he wasnt in your face about it. I'm proud to have worked with Doogie and I'm proud that he was a friend of mine.

    Jared Carson

  2. Anne Cope- I am so sorry for the loss of Brad's father. I am constantly thinking of him and his family during such a devastating loss. I talked briefly with his dad during conferences and he was very conscientious. I know that this is very hard to bear but know that many people are thinking of you and will give you and your family lots of support.