Bradley Pittman was welcomed into this world by parents, Clark and Alma Pittman on April 1, 1953, in Dallas, Texas. His childhood through high school years were spent here in Ardmore, where he worked with his father and brothers at Clark’s Derby, developed a love for motorcycles, as well as the outdoors - passions he shared with his brothers, Mark and Tracy, and late father. Passions he would carry with him throughout his life and pass to his sons, Josh and Justin. The bulk of his adult life was split between locations in Oklahoma and Texas, though he always remained an avid OU football fan regardless of his geographic location, and most recently Texarkana, where he served as the technical services manager for Hugg and Hall.
Later in life, he developed an appreciation for the guitar he shared with his son, Josh, and granddaughter, Madeline, and taught himself to play the works of Stevie Ray Vaughan.
Brad belonged to several church families in Ardmore, McAlester and Granbury, Texas, where he taught and participated in worship choir. Services are at 11 a.m.  Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018 at the Merrick Drive Church of Christ
Brad departed this world leaving a legacy of people: his surviving spouse, Sharon, of Texarkana, Texas; mother, Alma Pittman, of Ardmore; two brothers and spouses, Mark and Debbie Pittman of Ardmore and Tracy and Laurie Pittman of Tulsa; three children and spouses, Amy and Brent Simpson of Edmond, Josh and Dusty Pittman of Ardmore and Justin and Meho Pittman of Dover, Del.; five grandchildren, Madeline Long of Edmond, Levi and Cayman Pittman of Ardmore and Kokoro and Ken Pittman of Dover, Del.; as well as 11 nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in passing by his father, Clark Pittman.
Brad loved the fast and the free, horseback riding, motorcycles and fast cars.
He will be missed by many.