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James "Brad" Allcorn '99 May 7, 2021 1:35 PM updated: May 11, 2021 11:42 AM

James Bradley Allcorn
August 05, 1976 - May 02, 2021

James “Brad”ley Allcorn, was born in Bedford, Texas on August 5, 1976 and was called home to the Lord on May 2, 2021. He grew up in Grapevine and later Austin, Texas where he graduated from Del Valle High School in 1995.

In 2001, Brad graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor's Degree in Biology. He then began his career in education as a physics and chemistry teacher at Plano East Sr. High School. He went on to obtain his Master’s Degree in School Counseling from Amberton University in 2007 and then became a counselor at Renner Middle School.

Brad married his soulmate, Melissa in 2004. In 2011 Brad & Melissa welcomed their son Ian into the world. Brad and Melissa built their values around their Faith. Family was always first and foremost and Brad was a wonderful husband, father, son, uncle, and friend.

Brad had many hobbies and was a lover of all things music related. Growing up he played the saxophone and later went on to compose music and play the piano. He enjoyed reading and was an avid game player whether it was on his x-box, chess, or games with his family. He loved trips to the beach, amusement parks, and experiences with his family.

Brad was a gentle soul who touched people with his patience, understanding, encouragement and kindness.

Left to cherish his memory are his wife Melissa, son Ian, father James Allcorn, mother Darla Czerwinski and husband Paul, mother-in-law Lynnie Pedigo, father-in-law Doug Cardwell and wife Susan, sister-in-law Monica Willaby and husband Greg and nieces Lilly & Jolie.

Along with his beloved family are countless coworkers, students and friends who will miss him beyond measure.

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