Bradley F. Harris

May 7, 1990April 26, 2013

Bradley F. Harris, 22, passed away, Friday, April 26, 2013, in Stevens Point, Wisconsin. He was born May 7, 1990 in Evansville, IN.

He graduated from Carmi High School in 2008 and immediately joined the Air Force on June 24, 2008. He was a member of Security Forces (Military Police) and during his enlistment served one tour of duty in Iraq. He was honorably discharged on June 23, 2012. As many people may know, Bradley was an avid lover of video games and anime but also dedicated much time to his family. He was a wonderful father and loving husband, but most of all he was a friend.

Bradley is survived by his wife, Hannah Harris; daughter, Eralynn Harris; son, Aeidan Harris; father, Bobby (Frosty) Harris; mother, Jennifer Braker; step-mother, Debra Harris; step-father, David Braker; brother, Brandon Harris; half-brother, Alexander Racey; grandparents, Helen Harris, David & Marty Harris, Ava & Bill Nix, Keith & Monica Phillips, Robert Fagler; step-sister, Stephanie Gilles; brother-in-law, William Snow; mother-in-law, Penny Snow; aunts, Krystal Harris, Lynnsey Phillips, Nancy Rumfelt, Linda Allour, Kristine Fagler; uncles, Nick Phillips, Robert Rumfelt, and Pat Allour.

Services will be 1:00PM Friday, May 3, 2013, at Alexander West Chapel with burial in Alexander Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may visit from 10AM until service time Friday at the funeral home.

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Lance Thorn

February 13, 2014

Without Brad In my life I would never have had the courage to ask my wife out on a date. My son wouldn't be here. My life would be irreversibly different. Thank you Brad, for the courage you gave me and, for all those Midnight drives just because we could...

Jan & Chuck McNear

May 13, 2013

Our love and prayers are with you and your precious babies...

Paul Flanagan

May 11, 2013

RIP Defender

Krystal Harris

May 9, 2013

My Brad. My hero. My sweet soul. You were bigger than this world. I was blessed to have you as a nephew and a friend, and even though we shared a million laughs and good times together; a million more with you would have never been enough. You are forever etched in my heart. RIP....

376 ESFS

May 8, 2013

I'm so saddened to hear about Brad. He will definitely be missed. He is for certain one of the greatest airmen we had at Ellsworth AFB. Once a defender always a defender.

Deneen Philbeck

May 7, 2013

Brad even though I didnt get to spend much time with you I love you more than words can say. I will always remember the incredible man you were,you are gone but NEVER forgotten. My love and sympathy go to you Frosty and Jennifer

Leslie / Steven Groff

May 6, 2013

There are no words I can say to express, that no one doesn't know already. My heart goes out to the family especially Hannah and the children. We have had many great times and many more to come. I remember keeping Aeidan as Eralynn was born. Brad glowed with pride and love for both his children. He loves you dear, Hannah. If you need anything you can always calls us. We can cry, laugh and talk about things. Brad you will be greatly missed but memories remain.

Jennifer Braker

May 4, 2013

The love and respect shown for you today was more than you could comprehend. You were cherished more than you know. Grandpa joined you today because he knew you needed him more than we did. You will always be loved and never forgotten. I love you with all my heart.
Love Mom

May 3, 2013

God bless your family in this time of sorrow. Our prayers are with your family. Remember the good memories.
Bill Hawk and Family
(golfing friend of Dave Harris)

David Voorhis

May 3, 2013

Y'all are in my thoughts and prayer. Brad was a good friend to me through out my time at Ellsworth. It was a privilege to know him.