Dear Bradach and Stowell Families: Our prayers are with you as you go through this difficult time. May your wonderful memories bring you comfort.
Mary Wehage Markley (friend of Mike Bradach)
Molly was one of my best friends in high school and for a few years after that. After I moved to California I lost touch with her. Molly was the leader of our pack and she kept us all together. She had a wicked sense of humor and was one of the most authentic people I'll ever know. I truly loved her and I'm devastated by her passing. I just can't believe that her heart is no longer beating in this world. I always thought I'd catch up with her one of these days. I wish I had been a better friend.
Molly always wanted a family and to be as good a mother as her mom was to her. I heard that she got exactly that with Dwayne, Maddie, Henry, and Logan. I'm happy you had Molly as a wife and mother for as long as you did and I'm sorry that she's gone so soon. My heart goes out to the Stowell and Bradach families. I'm terribly sorry for your loss.
So very sorry to hear of Molly's passing. I knew Molly from Edwards Elementary and Cub Scouts. She was always a joy to be around. Her love for her children was so apparent and I can not imagine how devastated they must be. My thoughts are with all of her family as they struggle to cope with this tragic loss. I hope you find peace and solace.
I am devastated by your passing you were a loving mother and friend, I am so sad that I didnt know the extent of your illness or I would have come to be with you, You were always there for me , a great friend and coworker. Rest in Peace , Blessings to the family.
My prayers are with her whole family at this time. I had the joy of working with Molly and was on the receiving end of her generousity more than once. I still have the jungle gym she gave me for my grandkids and I think of her everytime I look at it. She was truly a wonderful person to know and will be greatly missed.
I am sadden by your passing, but you are now release from your pain and in glory with our Lord.
Thoughts and prayers are with you, Bradach and Stowell families. May His Grace and Peace be with you all during this time.
(Edwards Elementary and neighbors)
I remember Molly as a beautiful, lively little dark haired girl with baby sister Sally, and Katie still on the way, when my husband and I visited the gang in Laurelhurst. Sadly, after they left Burns, the Sunday gatherings at Crow Camp were never the same without all the Bradach kids. I'm so sorry she's gone too soon. My heartfelt sympathies to all who are closest to her.
To the Bradach family - I am so sorry that once again you have suffered another loss in your family. Sadly, another year of "first" family events are ahead of you, but remember as you have done in the past; one day at a time (sometime one hour at a time). I am learning that we have 2 options following a devastation in life; Better or Bitter. So in memory of Molly and all of the other special people in our lives who have died before us; I pray that we all work hard to make this a better world in their honor. Prayers and hugs to all the Bradach's.
Bradach and Stowell families,
Our hearts are truly with you.
Brynn Gonzalez (a Purdom kid) and her family John, Jemma and Luca
Molly was a good friend of my sisters. I am forever thankful my sisters had Molly around, she leaned on her for friendship and strength. My heart goes out to all of Molly's family. She was a blessing to all. Sally, I share some of your pain, sincerely, JR.
Words cannot express how sad to hear of Molly's passing. Our prayers are with all her family and other friends who loved her so much. May peace come upon all your hearts as time reaches out to heal your hurt. Fond memories will be your strength as God stands with her.
I am so sorry to hear of Molly's passing. She and I worked together with our boys in Cub Scouts and she was a bright light for me during that time.
Our deepest condolences to the Stowell and Bradach families. God bless.
I'm so sorry about Molly. I have very fond memories of her from All Saints. She was a sweet and friendly girl, who was always nice to everyone. I remember going over to your house in Laurelhurst after school on occasion - such a fun and wonderfully different experience from my own as an only child! You are all in my prayers.
Lots of love and genuine hugs to the whole family. Though I am only distant,, best friend of Chris' wife, Kelsey, I got to spend 2011 Christmas Eve with the Bradach Bunch and it was the warmest welcome from 40+ strangers I've ever had :) Sending warm thoughts right back to you.
As the one member of the family who has moved the furthest away, it is hard not to remember everyone as they where when we were young. I still call Molly, Sallie, and Katie the little girls. Molly the leader. I got to go to Portland once with Grandma Sitz during the summer. I can remember Grandma helping with the girls and trying to keep the boys from fighting. When you all came to Burns it was an exciting time. As time has gone by, I have only seen everyone a few times but I had a sense that Molly was a lot like Marilyn and Grandma. I can not express how sorry I am for your lose. She has gone too soon. Love Diane
I am sorry to hear of your loss.....I being a friend of John and Cathy from high school.....you all will be in my prayers.
I am forever grateful and blessed to have Molly as my sister-in-law.