In Remembrance: Paul Bradford Stoffel ’84 Died on August 27 2019

Dallas native Paul Bradford “Brad” Stoffel, 57, died suddenly of natural causes at his home in Scottsdale, Arizona, on August 27, 2019.

Born in Anchorage, Alaska, on November 2, 1961, to Evelyn Needham Stoffel and Paul T. Stoffel, Brad moved to Dallas with his parents at an early age. He graduated from and played on the tennis teams of both St. Mark’s Episcopal School in Dallas and Yale University. Known for his quick, discerning wit, Brad had a larger-than-life personality.

Survived by his mother and brother, Christopher Stoffel, both of whom reside in Dallas, he is preceded in death by his father. Brad also leaves behind his beloved Maine Coon cat, Zack. 

—Submitted by the family. 

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  • jimmy white
    jimmy white, 9:24pm August 05 2021 | Ico flag Flag as inappropriate

    Brad was my broker when I dealt with CJ Lawrence in the 1980's. We were very close friends
    and were on the phone literally 24/7 for a couple of years when we worked together. we went to a couple of trading conferences in Las Vegas together in the 80's and it was so funny, I was in the classes fascinated with trading and Brad would be by the pool lying in the sun.
    But he was a great trader and we learned alot from each other. I have missed him over the years and i looked up his name and found this. I am the highest performing bond trader in the world since 1986, when I met Brad, and I hope he would have been proud of me. I am not known because I have no desire to be and he would understand that. But he was part of it and I will never forget him. He was an entirely unique person. Rest in peace my friend.

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