Bradley Bain

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Bradley James Bain

SHREVEPORT, LA - Graveside services for Bradley James Bain, 42, will be held at 2:00 P.M. Friday, April 11, 2014 at Rose-Neath Cemetery in Bossier City, LA. There will be a visitation at the cemetery at 1:00 P.M. prior to the service. Officiating will be Minister Jerry Hodge and Associate Minister Stuart Freeman of University Church of Christ in Shreveport, LA.

Brad was born September 11, 1971 in Fort Worth, TX to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bain, Sr., and passed away on April 9, 2014. Left to cherish his memory are his parents, Bill and Phyliss Bain, Sr., of Shreveport, LA; brother Billy Bain, Jr., and his wife, Kim of Haughton, LA; sister Deborah Odom and her husband, Carl of Shreveport, LA; niece Melissa Carlisle and her fiancé, David Harmon of Shreveport, LA; nephew Dustin McBride of Shreveport, LA; niece, Amanda Bain and her boyfriend, Richie Pacheco of Haughton, LA; niece, Mariah McBride of Shreveport, LA; nephew, Cole Odom of Shreveport, LA; and numerous loving family members and friends.

Brad graduated from Palestine High School in Palestine, TX in 1989. He went to LSU-S and received his Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology in 2001. He owned a successful Shreveport Mobile Repair business. He was a multi-talented singer, song writer, musician and pianist. He was also lead singer and song writer for the band, Pasqua. While in high school he toured through France and Spain with Palestine High School Choir. One of his greatest accomplishments was a Solo performance at Carnegie Hall in New York City. He had a big heart and loved helping others. He enjoyed fishing with his family and playing tennis.

Brad was a member of the Church of Christ. He enjoyed serving as church camp counselor and youth minister.

As in life, Bradley continues to give to others by becoming an organ and tissue donor.

"forever missed and beloved son, brother, uncle and friend, nothing will ever replace him."


Funeral Home
Rose-Neath Funeral Home
1815 Marshall Street Shreveport, LA 71101
Funeral Home Details
Published in Shreveport Times on Apr. 11, 2014