Edward “”Doug”” Braudrick

Edward “”Doug”” Braudrick

December 04, 1939 - January 25, 2022

Edward “”Doug”” Braudrick

December 04, 1939 - January 25, 2022


Edward Douglas Braudrick, 82, of N. Chesterfield, VA, went to be with the Lord on Tuesday, January 25, 2022. Doug was preceded in death by his mother, Myrtle Virginia Braudrick; father, Edward Milton Braudrick. He is survived by his beloved wife of 60 years, Rebecca Burnett Braudrick; two daughters, Teresa Braudrick Peckens (Paul), Renee LaNette Barber (Noel); three granddaughters, Bailey Barber Knight (Tristan), Alissa Marie Barber, Jessica Morgan Peckens; two grandsons, Ian Patrick Barber, Braudrick Scott Peckens; and a close family friend, Vickie Brumfield. After graduating from John Marshall High School in 1958, he joined the Navy where he served for six years. Doug retired from State Farm Insurance after 37 years. Despite retiring, he greatly missed his clients that he insured. Following retirement, he enjoyed playing golf, his computer games, and spending time with friends and family at Myrtle Beach. Services will be private.  In lieu of flowers the family suggests that memorial contributions may be made to Colonial Heights Food Pantry (

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8 responses to Edward “”Doug”” Braudrick

  1. Becky and family, I am so very sorry to hear of Doug’s passing. Please know you are all in my prayers and will always remember the jokes Doug would play on us. He always made me laugh. Love to all.

  2. Love this man. Always made me and my family laugh as we grew up. All his practical jokes he played on us. One was dialing for dollars. Lol. The best personality you could ask for. And a great insurance agent. Really missed him there. He was a friend of my dads for years and we loved him and Becky and privileged to have them in our lives growing up!! God got a good one!!
    God bless you and comfort you Becky and family. Love always, Cindy Royster

  3. Thinking of the family during this time and praying comfort and strength for all. I feel I have known Doug most of my life and all of my memories involved smiles, laughter and practical jokes. I never saw this man without a smile, and I never had an encounter with him that didn’t involve laughing. He and my dad worked together for many years, and thankfully the friendship lasted even longer❣️Rest In Peace Dear Friend. ❤️❤️❤️

  4. Doug was my best friend. Sandra and I have loved Doug and his family forever and ever. AMEN!

  5. So sorry to hear about Doug’s passing. I knew him from Bainbridge and John Marshall,
    and not sure, but we may have gone to Summer Hill together?
    A story I have related over the years about Doug:
    While at Bainbridge, Doug played on the basketball team with me. The team got together one day, and decided we would all get a very, very short haircut. Danny Sprouse, another team member, had a grandfather who ran a barber shop on Hull Street, so we all went down to get the deed done. At the time, Doug had beautiful curly locks, and with each pass of the clippers, the more locks fell to the floor. Doug finally couldn’t hold back his emotions, and started to cry saying he didn’t know what his mom was going to do to him when he got home for having all his hair cut off! I guess, since the rest of us had hair, but not as nice as Doug’s, we didn’t have to worry so much about parental repercussions??
    Doug was a great guy, and a friend to all of us.
    I’ve always felt that we all lived a ‘life puzzle’ that was held together by pieces of our family, friends, and others. Whenever one of these family, friends, etc. passes, they take a piece of us with them. Since I learned of Doug’s passing, I know a piece of my Life’s Puzzle will now be forever missing… May God have a special place at his table for him.
    I know his family will miss him dearly.

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