Bradley Alan Agan



Sometimes it’s hard to understand

Or harder still to say,

“They Will be done,”

When sorrow comes

And sadness fills our days.

But faith was meant for times like these

And if we take God’s hand

With loving wisdom, He will help

Our hearts to understand.

So now we have only your memory,

The rest of our whole life through,

But your sweetness lingers forever,

As we treasure the image of you.

Looking back with memories

Upon the path you trod,

We bless the hours we had with you,

And must leave the rest to God.


January 16, 1983 - June 20, 2008

Copyright © 2008-2013, Sara Flesch


~ 01/16/13 ~ Brad would have been 30 years old today.

~ 01/16/12 ~ Brad would have been 29 years old today.

~ 01/16/11 ~ Brad would have been 28 years old today.

~ 01/16/10 ~ Brad would have been 27 years old today.

                     Happy Birthday Brad!!

~ 06/11/09 ~ Anastasia Bridges is sentenced

~ 05/15/09 ~ Justin Herrera pleads guilty and is sentenced.

~ 04/29/09 ~ Added new court information. Trial now set for June

                     22nd, 9AM, Room 208

~ 03/24/09 ~ Added new court information. Trial set for April 22nd

~ 02/20/09 ~ Added updates

~ 01/02/09 ~ Added new information to Legal, updated titles,

                     new songs, added notice

Bradley Alan Agan

Bradley Alan Agan, 25, died June 20, 2008 at Mercy Medical Center in Des Moines, Iowa. Brad was born on January 16, 1983 to Linda and Bruce Agan. Brad enjoyed all sports, whether he was watching or playing them. Brad is survived by his parents, Linda and Bruce Agan; his son, Blayne Alan Agan; sisters, Sara Flesch and Abbie Agan; niece, Rhylan Agan; nephews, Spencer Flesch and Ayden Laws; grandmother, Betty Agan; grandparents, Carl Dean and Joyce Baker; grandfather, George Richards; 22 aunts and uncles, and a host of other family and friends.

Copyright © 1983, Brian Eno

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