Brady Fuhriman Death, Obituary not available : Brady Fuhriman, 30, of Millville, Utah, an alum of Mountain Crest High was killed in a automobile accident after flying debris struck and pierced his car windshield on I-15 in Weber County, according to State Trooper.
The accident occurred at 3:10 p.m. on northbound I-15 in Weber County, on Friday afternoon, 18th of March, 2022. Brady Fuhriman was driving north near Riverdale when a debris believed to be a brake assembly from the southbound side of the freeway vaulted the median and struck his car, the Utah Highway Patrol said.
The debris went through the window of Fuhriman’s Hyundai passenger car and hit him. He was severely injured and was later pronounced dead from his injuries.
Skylar Combe, a friend of Brady posted on the Mountain Crest High Class of 2010 group- the statement reads; ”If you guys didn’t hear, Brady Fuhriman, passed away from an accident in his car on Friday, caused by road debris. Please keep his family in your prayers.”
Brady Fuhriman was a lovely father of four and he will be missed by all. Friends and loved ones of Brady took to social media to mourn his passing as they post tributes to him.
My heart is broken. Brady has been an amazing friend for 15 years and father for 4. He will be missed. I am devastated for his girls, Ricci, and his family. There isn’t much else to say but you are so loved and I will make sure to keep your memory alive in your daughters.
My Big Brother Brady was taken from us yesterday in a tragic car accident. Say your “I love you’s” to everyone you love today they can be taken away from you in an instant. If you have any photos of Brady or with Brady or any favorite memories with him would you please post in the comments? Rest Easy Big Brother 💔 I love you!
The emotions are high, and I’m at a loss for words. The heavens definitely gained a good one. One that lived life to the fullest. He always went full send, and had a ton of life experiences.
Our days working together at Village Inn were fun, but our brotherhood was really built in the last 5 years together at Zbroz. He was a huge asset to our sales team there. He was the tech guru that taught me a ton about computers. He always had systems and spreadsheets put in to help organize our work.
A couple months ago he text me to say he listed me as one of his references on a new job application. Since then I have been trying to get him to join me instead at Young Powersports because I know how much he would have contributed.
He was great with people – very friendly and kind. I don’t know anyone that didn’t get along with him. He always made people feel important. He loved his little daughter Ava and was beyond excited to greet another one this year.
My heart goes out to Ricci and all the Fuhriman family! Brady was a good dude.
This photo was from our last ride together. He was always up for going for a rip on the Raptor.
Rest easy buddy. Watch over your girls.
You’ll definitely be missed!
Brady Fuhriman you will be greatly missed 💔 you were such a good friend to me! You loved and accepted everyone. I am so grateful for our four wheeling adventures, campfires, jam sessions, night games, talks and many laughs that we shared. Your sweet family is in my thoughts and prayers