OBITUARY

Randy E. Bream

January 3, 1960February 4, 2019
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Randy Eugene Bream, 59 of Falling Waters, West Virginia, passed away February 4, 2019 at his home. Born January 3, 1960 in Hagerstown, Maryland, he was the son of John and Doris Bream of Hagerstown. Randy owned and operated R.E. Bream Trucking. He enjoyed skiing, cooking, and gardening. He was a beloved husband, son, brother, and “Pap-Pap” and will be sadly missed by his family. In addition to his parents, he is survived by his wife of fifteen years, Elizabeth Bream; his children: Kelly and her husband, Travis, Joey and his wife, Teresa, and Jenny; grandchildren: Emmett and Hope; sister, Renee Mann and her husband, James; nephews: Brian Mann, Thomas Mann and his wife, Megan, and Michael Mann; great-nieces: Piper and June Mann; great-nephews: Brody and Bo Mann; many cousins; and his faithful dog, Max. He was preceded in death by his grandparents: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harshman of Middletown, Maryland, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bream of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania; and grandson, Evan Kable. Friends will be received on Friday, February 8, 2019 at Independent Bible Church, Martinsburg, West Virginia, from 10am until the time of the funeral service at 11am. Interment will follow in Pleasant View Memory Gardens, Kearneysville, West Virginia. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Independent Bible Church, Martinsburg, West Virginia.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, February 8, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, February 8, 2019
  • Interment Friday, February 8, 2019
REMEMBERING

Randy E. Bream

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Mary Johnson

February 9, 2019


Randy was a wonderful friend to me and my family for many years. My daughters Julie Wagener and Laurie Bender considered Randy as part of our family. He and Libby were a part of many family gathering. We enjoyed his pulled pork, baked beans, and mac and cheese. They were the best ever.
We met before he was skiing. He was in to drag-racing, and like everything he did he put his whole self into it. So, when he started skiing, he became an excellent skier and then became an instructor. True to his nature of loving to help others he worked with the adaptive ski program Whitetail.
Randy was loved and will be deeply missed.

Fred Johnsen

February 8, 2019

I think it was the late 80’s. Randy had a ‘74 Camaro. He would drag race it at Hagerstown raceway. He would swap the rear tires for slicks from the trunk. Then drop the exhaust to run open headers. His only safety gear was a helmet. I was mearly a bystander. Just support staff.

Joseph Bender

February 8, 2019

Randy was my hero in life and was like a second father. I will truly miss him calling me to check up on me and guiding me through life. Heaven gained another angle and I know he will be watching over us guiding us through life. RIP to my hero, I will never forget what you have taught me.

donny holloway

February 8, 2019

Sorry to hear of Randy's passing,,,,Spent a lot of time on basketball court with him in junior high and high school at BCA. Enjoyed our talks when we would run into each other over the years...talking about the good old days. Deepest Sympathies to the family

Steven Cross

February 8, 2019

Randy Bream Family,
We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Words cannot adequately express our condolences and concern we have for you all. Prayers for your comfort, strength, and courage that only God can provide. Specifically, to my University of Tennessee brother, Joe Consentini, just know your family here in Tennessee has you all in our thoughts and prayers.
Sincerely,
Steven and Tammie Cross

Kirk Grooms

February 7, 2019

To the Bream family,
So sorry to hear about Randy. Much to young to leave us.
Please accept my most heartfelt condolences .
Sincerely, Kirk Grooms

Fred Johnsen

February 7, 2019

I first met Randy I guess 1980. At Erath veneer. We became friends quickly. A few years later I moved to Baltimore. Then we got together a lot. We started playing golf. For years I called him “Birdie”. The very first time we played at a par3, he gets there in two. Hence the nickname.

Gary Barney

February 7, 2019

Only knew Randy For A short 5 years. He drove his truck for D.H.Martin a lot in Frederick MD. for us. Talked to him every day he was there (almost). He was always kind, upbeat, and always had a great story to tell me. He had a GREAT love for his family, especially the grand babies. We always talked about food,catering experiences we have had. I know that he will be missed very much by family and friends. God bless you Randy. RIP.

Beverly Bingaman

February 7, 2019

I will always remember Randy, his smile, his hugs when he would stop the market house to say hi, so sorry to hear of your loss.

Tony Akers

February 7, 2019

Randy I will miss your smile and your friendship. You were a great customer of Resley Tire but more importantly you were a true friend. I will miss seeing you at the tractor pulls as we always had great fun. God Bless you and your family.