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Brad left us to be with his Heavenly Father on Wednesday, August 26 in San Francisco, California. His three sons, Lucas, DJ, and Nate; his brother Kent, and sister-in-law Melinda; and his parents Linda and Milt were by his side.
Brad was born in Porterville and started his education, grades K-2nd, there. He attended 3rd and 4th grades in Fresno, 5th-8th grades in Roll, Arizona and grades 9th-12th in Wellton, Arizona. He attended the University of Arizona and Porterville Junior College. He served three years in the US Army and returned to Porterville to begin his career in construction.
Brad worked for many of the builders in the area where he distinguished himself as a construction superintendent. He was considered a whiz at reading blueprints and paying attention to detail.
Brad loved his sons. His oldest son, Lucas, feels privileged to have been coached by his dad- mainly in National Junior Basketball. There are many fine young athletes in the area that were coached and counseled by Brad. They have kept in contact with him as he instilled a sense of fairness and integrity in them that they have carried into adulthood.
DJ was also coached by his Dad until Brad's health started deteriorating. Unable to coach, he handed DJ a guitar and a budding star was born. Brad was so proud of him.
Nate came along a little too late for Brad to coach him, but he was at every game and function to support Nate. Brad loved his boys.
After Brad's love for his boys was his love for Man Alive, the Men's Christian Conference in which he played such an instrumental part. He loved being involved with bringing men to know God. He was the producer, fund raiser and the number one worrier. It was because of him and some of the others, that Man Alive has been successful.
Brad will be sorely missed by his sons, his brother and sister-in –law, his parents, and his multitude of friends. Brad is survived by his sons Lucas Davis, DJ Davis, and Nate Bodoh, his brother and sister-in-law Kent and Melinda Davis, and his parents, Milt and Linda Davis
A public viewing has been set for Tuesday, September 1 at Myers Funeral Home from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Services for Brad will be held Wednesday, September 2 at 10:00 am at Porterville Church of the Nazarene- Port Naz, 2005 W. Olive, Porterville, California. Following the services, burial will be at the Vandalia Cemetery with a short ceremony. Afterwards a gathering and remembrance will be held at the church.
In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made to the Brad Davis Memorial Fund at Suncrest Bank. All proceeds will go to Brad's children.
Continue to obituary Published in The Porterville Recorder from September 1 to September 2, 2015.
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"Very sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and family." Don & Krys George, ID
Marilyn Ann Delk was born to J.R. and Mary K. Young in Porterville on August 29, 1945 and died at her home in Springville on August 27, 2015 at the age of 69.
Marilyn graduated from Porterville High School and worked at her family company, Young's Trucking, for more than 30 years.
In 1989 she began her second career working at Springville Public Utility District (SPUD) where she became Office Manager and worked for 26 years until her passing.
Marilyn is the sister of Larry Young and her sister Donna Braly preceded her in passing. Marilyn is survived by her son Nathan Delk and his wife Karen Delk who has worked with Marilyn at SPUD for 22 years, her son Laren Delk, grandchildren Erika Delk, Brittany Graham, Tyler Graham, Jenny Delk, Larissa Delk, Celeste Delk and great grand daughters Avery Zamora and Scarlet Mae. Her family remembers her loving big heart which she gave them unconditionally.
There will be a viewing at Myers Funeral Home in Porterville on Wednesday September 2, 2015 from 3-7 p.m. The memorial service is at Lighthouse Chapel in Springville on Friday September 4, 2015 at 11:00 a.m.
Continue to obituary Published in The Porterville Recorder from September 1 to September 2, 2015.
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We encourage you to be the first to share your memories or express your condolences in the Guest Book for Marilyn Delk.
Long time resident of Porterville, CA entered into eternal rest on August 28, 2015 peacefully with his family by his side.
He was a graduate of Porterville High School. He served our country during the Vietnam era, receiving two purple hearts and multiple other medals.
He loved his country, and his family, but most importanly his wife of 45 years Stella Frances Serna. Raul leaves behind 3 sons, Raul Jr. and wife Henrietta, Isacc and fiance Natalia, Sergio and wife Roxane; 1 daughter Celeste and fiance Mike, many beloved grandchildren; 1 brother, 4 sisters and many nieces and nephews.
He is preceded in death by his mom, dad, 2 brothers and 1 grandchild and his beloved dog Precious "Muttley".
Raul was along time emplopyee of Smith's Market, 25 years, and Corcoran Prison, 14 years, receiving many accomodations at both places of employment.
A very quiet, humble, loving man who will be always loved and missed by many.
The family has asked that in lieu of flowers donations for Raul Serna go to a gofundme.com account that has been set up to support the Vietnam Veteran Replica Wall project. http:www.gofundme.com/u63sba8h
A memorial service will be held at Myers Funeral Chapel on Friday, September 4, 2015 at 2:30 p.m.
Continue to obituary Published in The Porterville Recorder from September 2 to September 3, 2015.
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"Stella, so sorry for your loss. Sending prayers for you and your family" Sandy Thompson, MO
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