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Brady Dale Sanders

November 18, 1961 — March 18, 2024

Lubbock

Brady Dale Sanders, 62, passed away March 18, 2024, in Lubbock, TX. He was born November 18, 1961, to Dickie Dale Sanders and Carolyn (Rankin) Blackerby in Plainview, TX. Brady graduated from Coronado High School in 1980, then attended 2 years at Texas Tech University. He married Tracey Muehlbrad on May 4,1985.

Together, they were the founders and owners of My Sweat Hut – Infrared Sauna Studio, in Lubbock, TX since 2018. . Brady and Tracey were small business owners including Arizona Tea Distributor N. Texas and Brady’s Package Store. Brady has numerous awards, one of his favorites to receive was West Texas Area Council Volunteer of the Year for the Lubbock Boys & Girls Club 2017.

Brady was a Dale Carnegie Graduate Assistant and a volunteer for the Boys & Girls Club. He was a private jet pilot for Flying M. Brady’s hobbies included flying, cars, casual fun, team roping when they had horses, and golfing.

Those left to cherish his memory include his wife, Tracey; sisters, Linda K. Larson, and Kristin Grace; nieces, Lauren Ischy, Jillian Muehlbrad, and Kristin DelGado; nephew, Brandon Larson; and several beautiful, feisty, and wonderful great nieces and nephews.

Brady was a wonderful husband and friend to Tracey. Tracey was blessed to have married the man she had dreamed of all her young life. Together they created 37 years of fun, happy, wonderful, new, and incredible memories that will remain with her forever. Brady was always the first to make someone feel welcome and had a speedy wit and sense of humor that everyone loved. He has a unique skill and big heart that made everyone feel special and happy.

2023 took a terrible turn for him with the loss of his father, a diagnosis of cancer, and then the loss of his mother. He fought hard and did all he could to overcome the continued battles with his disease, 2024 proved to be his final battle.

Thankfully, flying and becoming a pilot was a long dream of his and it was a true blessing to work for Tully and Flying M before and during this ordeal. His last years working at Flying M were by far the most cherished for him. He often spoke of the other pilots with fondness and enjoyed the camaraderie and laughs they shared, he admired the clients, and he strove to make each flight the best for everyone. He will be missed by many.

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