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Bradley King

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“Mr. Brad, stay close with Dad and watch over our family. I miss u, let Dad know I miss him too. ”
1 of 19 | Posted by: Brittany - St. Charles, MO

“I'll never forget the time you pointed out to your dad, that I was throwing up on his car during a hunting trip and you kept pushing the seat forward...Read More »
2 of 19 | Posted by: dave - saint louis, MO - friend

“Brad, I just wanted to say that after going through high school with you it was great to run back into you in college and I'm thankful for all the...Read More »
3 of 19 | Posted by: Sarah Williams - St. Louis

“Our family is very sad and at a loss for words over Brad. For many years he has felt like a member of our family. Brad will always be...Read More »
4 of 19 | Posted by: Debbie and Steve Jacoby

“I have known you for my entire life. I want to light this candle to let you know that I will always think of you. I love you. ”
5 of 19 | Posted by: Brittany Goad - Sister

“Brittany, we just learned of your loss and send our most sincere condolences. We think of you often and know how much your family means to you. May...Read More »
6 of 19 | Posted by: Ray. And Darlene Henry - FL

“I am so sorry for your loss. May God be with you and your family. ”
7 of 19 | Posted by: Kristin Orr - AZ

“I was very saddened to hear about Brad although I did not know him very well from what I witnessed of him and the dealings I have had with him he was...Read More »
8 of 19 | Posted by: Karen Young - Tulsa, OK

“Brad was like a bright light walk into work and see him just made you feel so sunny. What a loss to us, and the world. He was...Read More »
9 of 19 | Posted by: Jo Hillman - co-worker/friend

“I'm so sorry for your loss. I haven't had any contact with Brad since high school, but I remember that he was always uplifting and always made me...Read More »
10 of 19 | Posted by: Dina Christiansen-Russo - eureka, MO

“I am sorry to say I haven't seen Brad since he was a very small child, but from the glowing tributes listed here sounds like a chip off the old...Read More »
11 of 19 | Posted by: Rhonda Summerlin - Cousin

“He was a great person to work with. May you know he is in God's hands. ”
12 of 19 | Posted by: Bernice Tharps Vivian Brown

“I am so very sorry to hear about Brad. We recently met at work via a project he was working on for us and he was so knowledgeable, patient and kind...Read More »
13 of 19 | Posted by: Denise Bunch - Co-Worker

“I am so sorry to hear this happened to such a wonderful person. Brad always had a smile for everyone. Always willing to lend a helpful hand. My...Read More »
14 of 19 | Posted by: Lana Human - Co-Worker, Union

“Brad was a very dedicated worker and patiently understanding. We worked together on several projects . He had a great sense of humor and I'm...Read More »
15 of 19 | Posted by: Aaron Pruitt - Co-Worker

“Brad lived in the apartment above mine. He was the first friend that I made in the new neighborhood. He seemed very smart, talented, and kind. When I...Read More »
16 of 19 | Posted by: Andrea - St. Louis, MO - friend

“Brad moved in next door to me and we immediately became friends. He was so outgoing and optimistic. He made me happier since he lived there and I...Read More »
17 of 19 | Posted by: Sharon Newell - St. Louis

“I remember once when you said to me. "You better ride shotgun, or my my parents will kill you." We had a very short time as friends. Even in the...Read More »
18 of 19 | Posted by: Anonymous - Eureka, MO - Idiot

“I'm heart broken to hear of Brad's sudden passing.Brad was always so fun to be around! I remember when the King familymoved into the famous and fun...Read More »
19 of 19 | Posted by: Casie Lawson - Friend

King, Bradley Alexander, of St. Louis, Missouri, died suddenly on Wednesday, May 18 2011 at the age of 32. Devoted son of Gary and Judith King; dear brother of Brian King and Brittany King – Goad; cherished uncle of Alexis Goad; loving grandson of Alma and the late Delbert Foster and the late Archie and Valery King; beloved nephew, cousin and friend to many. He was employed as a Programmer Analyst at Centene in Clayton, Missouri. He enjoyed the conception and illustration of comic books. Music, movies, friends and family were his favorite things. Brad lived life to the fullest.

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