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Bradley Coleman Owen

April 15, 1953 - September 21, 2020

Obituary for Bradley Coleman Owen

Bradley Coleman Owen, 67, of Morganton, North Carolina died on Monday, September 21, 2020. Bradley Owen is survived by his wife, Lorrie Owen; daughters, Anna Cordova (and her children, Joshua, Jasmine, Jose, Jason, and Judah) and Hadassah Gallegos (and her daughter, Aurelia); his sons. Caleb Owen, Elisha Owen, Gabriel Owen, and Wen Xing Owen; his mother, Louise (Jerry) Owen; his brothers, Neal Owen, Andy Owen, Lu Owen; and his sister, Mary Link.

Bradley Owen was preceded in death by his father, Kermit Owen; his sons, Joshua Owen and Jonathan Owen; and his grandchildren, Josanna Cordova and Josiah Cordova.

Services

26
Sep

Graveside Service

11:00 AM
Brier Creek Memorial Gardens
7600 ACC Blvd
Raleigh, NC 27617
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by FHW Solutions

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Lorrie, I am so sorry to learn of Brad's passing. I have so many fond memories of him, particularly his smile and twinkling in his eyes. May you feel the love & comfort of our Lord Jesus as you & family recall the memories of a loving husband, father, and Jesus lover. Can't wait until we are all reunited in heaven! Love you.
- Debbie Lennon
So sorry to hear of Brad's passing. There are so many good memories of the time we spent together as friends and neighbors. Brad is in his happy place of eternal peace and joy. I know the loss is difficult, but God is with you all the way.
- Anthony Bishop
Lorrie and family, I am so sorry about Brad's passing, but also rejoice with you that he is experiencing Jesus. Brad has been so precious in my life helping me as a single parent... once even helping me find the "Mechanic's Dream" - ie. two cars alike so you'd always have parts to keep one running. He has been so thoughtful through the years. His love for you all has shown out strong and His love for Jesus not only reaching single parents, but the Nations. He showed the heart of the Father loving a Nation, but each one in that Nation so special as to call William His own. Each one of you is so special to Brad. I treasure him as my brother. May Jesus fill the empty place until we are all re-united in heaven.
- Debbie Moss

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