bradley bailey obituary – Cause of Death – Passed Away: Bradley Bailey, 37, died Sunday, April 7, 2019, at his home in Ankeny. Burial service Services will be at 11:00 a.m., Saturday, April 13, 2019, at St.
Paul Lutheran Church (1100 SE Sharon Drive Ankeny, IA 50021). The appearance will be from 10:00 a.m. until the hour of the administrations at the chapel. Entombment will occur at Sunset Memorial Gardens in Des Moines. Commemoration commitments might be coordinated to St. Paul Lutheran Church in Bradley’s name.
Bradley Steven Bailey was conceived on April 11, 1981, to Steven Bailey and Lynnette (Lonergan) Dengler in Cedar Falls, Iowa. He moved on from Hudson High School. Bradley was joined in union with Sarah Thompson on April 25, 2009, at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Ankeny, IA. He was at present working for the city of Ankeny Parks and Recreation Department.
Bradley will be recollected by the individuals who love him as a caring man with numerous gifts. He procured the title of Eagle Scout during his numerous years in the Boy Scouts, adored fishing and being outside as a rule. Brad was a capable craftsman and extremely imaginative with his numerous works of art and drawings; he was otherwise called the jack of all trades in the family, continually assisting whoever required assistance. Bradley additionally had some good times in his available energy doing Civil War reenactments with his dad-in-law. He was an individual from St. Paul Lutheran Church in Ankeny, just as an individual from the Phi Theta Kappa Fraternity at DMACC where he went to school.
Bradley is made due by his better half, Sarah Bailey, of Ankeny; two kids: Abigail Bailey of Traer, IA and Noah Skornia of Reinbeck, IA; mother, Lynn (Ken) Dengler of Davenport, IA and father, Steve (Pam) Bailey of Cedar Falls, IA; kin: Lisa, Amelia and Amanda Bailey of Davenport and Patrick (Ann) Bailey of Waverly, IA; maternal grandparents, Marilyn and Marvin Lonergan of Charles City, IA; mother and father-in-law Jane and David Thompson alongside other relative and companions. He is gone before in death by his fatherly grandparents George and Vivian Bailey.