Bradley Allen Hottinger
Brad Hottinger, of Norman Oklahoma passed away on Monday, August 2, 2021 after a courageous battle with Lung Cancer. He was born October 8, 1970 in Muncie, Indiana to Rick and Lisa Hottinger.
Brad attended high school at Westmoore in Moore Oklahoma and college at the University of Oklahoma and where he received a degree in Liberal Arts in 2004. Brad was married to Randi Hottinger on May 27, 2005. He and Randi combined had a total of four children and two grandchildren. Jeromy Hottinger and daughter Zoe of Winstead, Connecticut. Taylor and Damien Cumberworth and their son Easton of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Zachary Hottinger currently residing in Japan enlisted in the Marine Corp. Keaton Landers of Norman, Oklahoma. Brad was an avid Cubs Baseball fan to the extreme and favorite pastime was collecting baseball cards. He loved spending time with family and friends as much as possible. Brad had an amazing sense of humor and loved to laugh.
Brad was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, paternal grandfather, and uncle.
Brad is survived by his parents, Rick and Lisa Hottinger of Muncie, Indiana, his brother Brian Hottinger of Tampa, Florida, his wife of 16 years Randi Hottinger and their four children, his granddaughter Zoe Hottinger, grandson Easton Cumberworth, as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins, and paternal grandmother. A Celebration of Life is being held Saturday August 7, 2021 from 2-4 pm at the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge in Oklahoma City located at 1624 S. Agnew Ave, Oklahoma City, OK 73108.
Brad requested those that will be attending his Celebration of Life to follow a “Magnum PI” theme and wear a Hawaiian-style shirt, shorts, baseball cap and big mustache. He wants everyone to celebrate his life to the fullest. For all those who knew him he was an amazing and caring man that loved his family and friends beyond measure, but he sure had quite the sense of humor! He will be missed more than words can describe and his memory will never be forgotten.
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