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Bradley Allan Loudon

St. Louis, Missouri

1979 - 2017

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Loudon, Bradley Allan Gunnery Sergeant Bradley Allan Loudon, age 38 years, 10 months, died on October 26, 2017 in Virginia Beach, VA. Bradley was born in St. Louis, Missouri on January 7, 1979. He is preceded in death by his father, Glenn A. Loudon; his grandfathers, Alfred Loudon, Charles W....

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Brad when he closed on his new home. 8/24/2017

I just met Brad a few months ago and I am extremely sorry to hear of his passing. I was lucky enough to meet him through the purchase of his first home in Virginia Beach. During the time that I had the privilege to work with Brad I found him to be very kind, funny, and caring. He had both an infectious smile and personality and will be greatly missed. I wanted to express my sincere condolences to Brad's family and friends. I am sorry for your great loss.

Brad,

I keep thinking about all the laughter we've shared over the last 20 something years. I'll miss you and my heart is sad. I wish that all the fun we had planned for my trip to visit this past week/weekend had been able to happen. I know we'll get to make it up... It's just going to be delayed until the day comes that I see you again, my friend.

Brad, I was sad to hear of your passing. But, I know you've just gotten ahead, I'll catch up with you further down the road. Save a place and put in the good word brother. It was an honor to have known and served with you. Semper Fidelis

Brad was our new next door neighbor and will be greatly missed.

Kirk and Patti

Brad shined the light on so many others.

Our light will shine for you now.

Gina, Randy, Ben Breadon

One of the truly great people I have had the pleasure of serving with. Till Valhalla, Semper Fi

Thanks for your service Brad. You were genuine.

Brad was my friend he was a really cool positive guy. He was a very positive person and Marine.

It was an honor to know you and serve with you. You were a giant among men. Till Valhalla! Doc Davis