Broderick Glenn Braggs II, 37, passed away October 18, 2022, at his residence. He was born September 1, 1985, in Houston, Texas to Yvonne Gunner and Broderick Braggs.
Broderick attended Chavez High School and graduated from Marque Learning Center where he earned his high school diploma. He also took classes at Houston Community College that helped with his career. As a child, he received recognition in track and basketball at Stevenson Middle School. He loved playing sports and helped others learn how to play. He was known as Booda Rat throughout the community.
In 2006 and 2008, Broderick had two children of which he adored: Jordyn Yvonne and Madison Braggs.
Broderick married Clethia Antoinette on October 3, 2015. They were together for 14 years and married for 7. Together, they raised four children: Kyra, Kiera, Breniyah and Broderick III. He worked at Airgas in Laporte, Texas as a Lead Production Operator. He supervised cylinder fill plant operations to ensure safe and efficient production of gases products. Before that, he worked at WIS as an Inventory Supervisor. He maintained close friendships with many coworkers and was known for his tireless energy.
As an adult, he was baptized at Sagemont Church. In his last days, he slept with his bible by his side. Broderick had a severe skin condition which caused him to be in a tremendous amount of pain. Throughout his pain, he continued to work and provide for his children.
Forever cherishing the memory of Broderick’s fiery spirit are his wife, Clethia; children, Kyra, Kiera, Breniyah (Bre), Broderick III (Trae), Jordyn, and Madison: father, Broderick, and sisters Dee and Tasha, his best friend Warren Need (Jeezy), and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, dear friends, and coworkers. He will always be remembered for his go-get-it attitude and the positive impact he had on others.
The memorial service will be held at New Hope Baptist Church on Saturday, 10/29 at 11 am. The address is 1030 Staffordshire Rd, Stafford, TX 77477.
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