Bradford Michael Scardino, Sr.

Bradford Michael Scardino, Sr., 62, a Manvel, TX resident, formerly of Pearland, TX, passed away April 27, 2022, in Manvel, TX. Bradford was born on December 16, 1959, in Houston, TX. He was a member of St. Helen Catholic Church and was the owner of Bulldog Builders since 2014.

He reunites with his parents, Andrew and Jeannette Scardino.

Bradford is survived by his daughters: Tara Renee Scardino, and Jessica Leigh Scheer, husband Josh; sons: Matthew Scardino, fiancée, Brandy Groth, and Bradford Michael Scardino, Jr.; grandchildren: Kristian, Kamryn, Tyler, Donovan, Evelyn, Aidan, Jackson, Lexington, and Winfield; sisters: Laurie Helm, husband Bob, Cindy Wilson, and Carrie Consolvo, husband Wayne; brothers: Richard Scardino, wife Melinda, and Andrew Matthew Scardino, III.

A visitation will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, May 4, 2022, in the chapel of Crowder Funeral Home. Funeral Mass will begin Thursday, May 5, 2022, at 10 a.m. at St. Helen Catholic Church in Pearland, TX. The Committal and Burial service will be on June 3rd at Holy Ghost Catholic Church in Bellaire, TX.

In lieu of flowers, please make memorial contributions to the Lone Survivor Foundation [].


  1. You will be forever remembered and always in our hearts. Until we meet again Dad…. I love you and I miss you!

    Matthew Scardino
    • My condolences he was like a dad to me .

      Nef Gutierrez
  2. Brad was such a bright light, that will be sorely missed!

    Elizabeth Villarreal
  3. What a ride. Time to to be at peace and share you infectious laugh and gravelly voice with the other souls in heaven. It’s a new chapter and a new beginning. Rest In Peace my friend. We will all miss you.

    Patrick Villarreal
  4. Brad, I’ll miss you and the cheer you brought to my whole week with just a short phone call. You knew how to relate to me and were always good to me. I’ll miss you until we meet again.

    Chet Selz
  5. Our hearts go out to you, Tara and Matthew, as you grieve the loss of your Dad.
    Pray you find comfort in memories shared and remembered.
    You both represent the legacy he leaves behind – outstanding citizens of the country we all love and appreciate!

    Aunt Carolyn Westmoreland and family

    Carolyn Westmoreland
  6. Sweet Brad – I will never forget all the things you did for me over years. You were there when I needed someone. You stepped up. Rest peacefully.

    Katherine Scardino Phillips
  7. I can’t believe I’ll never hear that laugh, the jokes, and the random calls just to say Hi. Always wanting family to be together. The practical jokes, epic. Generous to a fault and always making deals. So much complexity and love wrapped into a giant of a man that I’m grateful to have had as a big brother, just gone too soon. I love you Brad.

    Carrie Consolvo
  8. We gonna miss you Brad! Always like a Boss with a big heart!
    Rest in peace 🙏!

    Alex Estudillo
  9. My heartfelt condolences to all of Brad’s family and friends. I will greatly miss working with Brad and his friendship!

    Vanna Raymond
  10. My condolences to the entire family and friends . Prayers for all .

    He was a kind man.

    Murphy Michael Thomas
  11. You were my oldest and dearest friend. I will miss reminiscing with you about all the wonderful and crazy things memories that we shared over all these years. You were indeed larger than life. I am sure that have already got them smiling and laughing in Heaven!

    Rest In Peace Old Friend

    Joseph M. Villarreal
  12. Brad was a very special person. I offer my deepest sympathy to the Scardino family.
    I was fortunate to know Brad for forty years and he was like a brother to me. I will miss our time together, laughing and shedding our souls to one another.
    I know that the large void that his family, friends and i have in my heart will slowly heal but I also know that this is as hard for me as losing my two brothers!
    Share your love, kindness and laughter in your new world my friend.
    I love you and miss you my brother*!

    Joseph Campise SR.
  13. My initial relationship with Brad was that of a transactional business one – our church had hail damage, and we interviewed roofing contractors. Once the project was awarded, Brad remained heavily involved in the ongoing progress, often staying on-site in a motorhome. I soon came to recognize and appreciate Brad as a person of true integrity and, although at times disguised by a harshness of delivery, one with a generous and soft and caring heart. Brad and I spoke several times after the project was complete, and I came to appreciate him even more as a genuine person I would be proud to call a friend.
    My condolences to Brad’s family – I will always remember Brad as a unique individual who I was blessed to have known.

    Larry Arnold
  14. Uncle Brad was a great man I have such fond memories of. He will be greatly missed and remembered with love.

    Ellie Consolvo

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