Kenton Bradford "Brad" Duncan, Jr. (75) passed away peacefully July 18, 2023 in Oklahoma City. He was born August 8, 1947 to Kenton Bradford Duncan, Sr. and Betty Walter Duncan. Brad grew up playing baseball and basketball, and made the team for both at Putnam City High School. After he graduated high school in 1965, he attended OSU and was a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. During his time at college, he married the love of his life, Judie, on May 25th, 1969 and they shared their lives together until his passing. After graduating from OSU in 1970, he became a salesman by trade for Brunswick and Benjamin Moore.However, Brad's true calling was to his faith. He loved Jesus and strived to live his life in a Christlike way, and led his family to do the same. He was a deacon at Crown Heights Christian Church, and later he became a member at Crossings Community Church. One of his greatest joys in life came from singing in the church choir. Brad endeavored to share his faith with those most in need, and he was an active member in the prison ministry.Brad's love for baseball continued after his time in high school. He loved touring professional baseball stadiums with his dad, his son, and his son-in-law throughout his life. His favorite baseball team was the Red Sox. Brad was known for always proudly sporting his OSU gear, even until his passing. He had a great love for his little dog, Effie Clarinda, who was truly a great source of comfort and light to his life.Brad was a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother, and friend who will be deeply missed by all who knew and loved him. He is preceded in death by his parents; his sister, Lisa Duncan; and his brother, Tom Duncan. Brad leaves behind cherished memories with his wife, Judie Duncan; daughter, Allison Ryan & husband, Kelly; son, Ford Duncan & wife, Lindsey; sister, Dana Huffman; grandchildren Ruthie, Luke, Brooks, Kason, Hadley Kate, & Eli; and many other beloved family members & friends.The family would like to say a special thank you to Courtney Wall and the staff at Proveer Memory Care for guiding the family through such a delicate time in Brad's life. Courtney will always be a real-life angel to the family.In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to the Alzheimer's Research Foundation.