Brad Hauglie, 30, of Barrett, died Tuesday, August 25, 2009, at his home in Barrett. A memorial service will be held at 2 pm Sunday, August 30, 2009, at the Peace Lutheran Church in Barrett with the Rev. Matthew Rose officiating. Family will greet friends from 5-8pm on Saturday at Peace Lutheran Church in Barrett. Visitation will resume at the church one hour prior to the services on Sunday. Bradley John Hauglie was born at the Douglas County Hospital on January 3, 1979, the first son born to Mark and Kim. Later he was joined by his brother Bryan. The family lived in Kensington and Ashby before settling and remaining in Barrett. During his high school years, Brad was involved in basketball and choir; he graduated from West Central Area High School in 1997. After graduation Brad worked numerous places and became a Barrett fireman and First Responder. He always wanted to be involved with law enforcement and became close to many of the area officers. Brad's hobbies included fishing, hunting, and playing pool, where he won a number of tournaments. In October 2006, the love of his life, Grace Madeline, was born. Grace has a sister named Lucy whom Brad considered to be his own. The family lived in an apartment in Barrett before buying a house in Elbow Lake. Brad eventually moved back to Barrett where he was presently living. Brad enjoyed his time with Grace and loved her very much. He loved his family and enjoyed being around his friends, of which he had many. He will always be remembered for his wit, sense of humor and, of course, his Harley. He will be greatly missed by family and anyone who called him friend. He is survived by his daughter Grace Madeline and her sister Lucy, his mother Kim (Tony) Ray of Barrett and his father Mark (Donna) Hauglie and brother Mason of Kensington, brothers Bryan, Aaron and Adam, all from Barrett, grandparents Pete Johnson of Montevideo and Carolyn and Clayton Hauglie of Elbow Lake, and several aunts, uncles and cousins from the surrounding area. He was preceded in death by his grandmother Shirley Johnson, grandparents Martin and Christina Spillman, and uncle Ryan Berg. Rest in peace, Bradley John. We will always love you.