Bradley Wood Ferguson

24 November , 198815 August , 2018

It is with great sadness we announce the passing of our dear son Bradley Wood Ferguson. He peacefully passed away August 15, 2018 from complications of Cyclic Vomiting Syndrome (CVS). Bradley was born November 24, 1988 in Kamloops BC. He leaves behind his mother & father, Lynnette & Michael Ferguson, son Tommy, (mother Sara), brother Russell (Kate) nieces Bree & Myla. Grandma Ella Ferguson & Numerous Aunts, Uncles, Cousins & many, many wonderful & supportive friends. Brad was raised in Lethbridge, & Pincher Creek Alberta until the family moved to Kamloops in 2000. He attended South Sahali Elementary, John Peterson and graduated with honors from the French Immersion program at South Kam High in 2007. Brad attended TRU where he was enrolled in general studies. For the last five years has worked at Andre’s Electronics. Brad was an avid reader, gamer, fisherman, skier, writer and art lover. Brad was an individual who would keep the rest of the family aware of the uniqueness of each of us. Brad’s family meant everything to him, with the additions to the family of Bree, Tommy, and Myla. Brad loved to travel and did manage to visit, Barbados, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Mexico and Dominican Republic. The most important of all was his bucket list trip to “March Madness 2017” in Phoenix, Arizona. To the family this was the most important trip as he was hospitalized and finally diagnosed with CVS. This syndrome a very rare and debilitating condition robbed eight years of his life. In lieu of flowers the family would like to request any donations be made to Royal Inland Foundation in memory of Bradley Ferguson. These donations will be used towards education pertaining to this syndrome. Donations can be made to: Royal Inland Foundation, 311 Columbia Street, Kamloops, B.C. V2C 2T1 or or 250-314-2325 A Celebration of Brad’s life will be held at Summit Drive Church, 1975 Summit Drive, Kamloops B.C. on August 25th 2018 at 2:00 pm.


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Eva Persaud

24 August 2018

I will never forget the first time I met the little boy with a big smile and a spark of mischief in his eyes. There is no wonder that my kids became instant friends with him – and – as people shovel the sidewalks, we shoveled a path between the neighbors. Over the years, that path became a solid road that will never freeze over.
The news of his passing left a gaping hole that we desperately attempt to fill with every minute memory of the creative and lovely young man – from the instruction of how to water the backyard without a water hose or where to hide so no one can find you - to the charming visit at Jarrod’s wedding. When I close my eyes, I still see him smiling back at me.
Farewell Bradley, until we see you again.
Eva and the Persauds.