David R. Brackenbury

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania


Bethlehem, Pennsylvania


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David R. Brackenbury, 39, of Bethlehem, PA tragically lost his long battle with bipolar disorder on April 20, 2018. He was a 1998 graduate of Freedom High School and attended Keene State College in NH. A golf-lover with an eye for perfect fairway lines and close-cut greens, he was employed as...

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The GOAT at FHS.. taught me how to get chicks.. you will be missed brother..

Sincere sympathy to David's family.Your family's strength,courage and bravery sharing David's battle did not go unnoticed,as did the beautiful tribute of his life,of a young man who was well loved and loved well.
May you find comfort in beautiful memories and know your David is at peace,standing by your side daily,as your angel.
Keeping all of you in prayers,God bless all of your family and David.

David was a good soccer player and a better person. We all will miss him. God bless you all, my whole family is thinking of you. "Coach" Wayne, Marc and Brian.

heaven"s gate found another angel

So sorry for your loss...such wonderful memories of his joyful personality at Hanover School...Our thoughts and Prayers will be with all as you heal from this great loss...
He now enjoys the Peace that passes all understanding.
In Christ's love,
Jack and Kathy Rimmele

To all of the family of David,

We have been thinking of you all every day since we heard about David's death. I know that somehow you will find the peace that you so much wanted for David. We will continue to pray for you, knowing that your family bonds will help you through it all.

Randy, Susa, Ben and all of the Hoffmans.

David, Joanne and family I'm so sorry for your loss. I met your son a few times when you brought him to the club and he was a very good man just like his dad.

Dear Joanne and David and family,
Our deepest sympathy to you and your family. We are so sorry you have to endure this tragic loss and our hearts are breaking along with yours. Holding you in prayer asking our Lord to provide the strength, courage, peace and comfort at this very difficult time. Hold fast to Jesus as He is the one holding you right now. With much sympathy and prayers, Susi & Jeff

My heart breaks for you and your family over the tragic loss of your son David. A little over 3 years ago I was in your footsteps, saddened over the tragic death of my son Anthony. He too battled depression and bipolar disorder. Sadly, he ended up taking his life. I pray for the strength for all of you to get through the pain and sadness day by day. Take care of yourself as you try to heal. Although I did not know your son I can tell he had a beautiful soul and smile. Remember always the good...