Bradley David Klonecki, 27, of Blair, and formerly of Arcadia, passed away suddenly on Thursday, January 28, 2021.
Brad was born in Arcadia on May 29, 1993, to Randy and Dori (Kutt) Klonecki. After graduating from high school, Brad went to work learning to pour concrete with his dad. He put his heart and soul into the concrete trade, and a few years later decided to start his own company, Klonecki Concrete, with his partner, Zach Law. Brad was a perfectionist when it came to his work, making sure the job was done right. He was obsessed with diesel trucks, driving around his Duramax, burning rubber, and chirpin’ turbos. He absolutely loved weekends, and was probably the happiest when he was sitting around a fire and hanging out with his friends, girlfriend: Devon, and their pets. Brad enjoyed going to truck pulls, camping, and recently took up ice fishing in the past year. He had a laugh that no one will ever forget, and a passion for living life to the extreme that will live on in our hearts forever.
Brad is survived by his dad: Randy (Kristie) Klonecki of Arcadia; mom: Dori Klonecki of Arcadia; half-brother: Dylan Pogreba; half-sister: Kalie Rae Klonecki; step-brother: Dalton (Allisha) Jeske; grandmother: Diane Kutt; girlfriend: Devon Diebold; dogs: Milo and Dixie; cats: Twila and Harlow; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.
He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents: Raymond and Marian Klonecki; and maternal grandfather: David Kutt.
Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, February 6, 2021, at Holy Family Catholic Parish, Arcadia, with Fathers Kyle Laylan and Sebastian Kolodziejczyk co-officiating. Family and friends are welcome for visitation from 9 a.m. until the time of service at church. Masks and social distancing following Covid-19 guidelines will be strongly encouraged. Burial will be in St. Stanislaus Cemetery, rural Arcadia. A Celebration of Brad’s Life for further fellowship will follow the burial at the Arcadia Country Club. In true Brad style, his family is requesting that casual attire be worn. For further information and to express condolences to his family online, please visit http://www.wozneykillianfh.com.