Willow Glen Funeral Home

1039 Lincoln Ave, San Jose, CA


Bradley Thomas Baker

February 4, 1985February 1, 2020
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Bradley Thomas Baker made his grand entrance into this world on February 4th, 1985 in San Jose, Ca. He spent the rest of his life lighting up whatever room he was in. He attended Leitz Elementary, followed by Dartmouth Middle School, and graduated from Branham High School in 2003. Growing up he competed in figure skating, was involved in countless theater productions and made friendships that would last the rest of his life. He met Marco Cruz, the love of his life, in 2014. They were married February 20th, 2015. It was quite the affair- full of love and character that embodied the deep love and connection he and Marco shared. Bradley spent his adult life being creative, being a leader at various companies, and bringing joy and laughter to so many. Bradley took great pride in being an Uncle to Conrad and Melody Baker, as well as a surrogate Uncle to his closest friends children. Bradley is preceded in death by his beloved mother, Patricia (Trish) Baker, his grandmother Miriam Baker and aunt Candace Bradley. Bradley is survived by his husband, Marco, father Greg L. Baker, older brother and sister in law Greg C. and Somer Baker, Grandparents Tom Baker, Jerry and Shirley Bradley, Aunt and Uncle Gail and Curt Burchfiel and Aunt Debbie Bradley, Cousins Kayla and Kaitlyn Burchfiel, Denise Morton and Jerry Williams as well as countless friends that were like family. Bradley left a light that can never be dimmed.


  • Memorial Service Sunday, February 23, 2020


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Katherine Shields

February 22, 2020

The last time I saw Bradley, I heard him first. Bradley’s laughter was spilling out of the windows at the house he and Marco were working at. This is how how I will always remember Bradley, laughing. My heart goes out to everyone who will miss Bradley’s laughter in their lives.

Dennis Morton

February 22, 2020

The last time my daughter, Denise Morton, and I saw Bradley was at Thanksgiving at the Bradley's ten years ago. Bradley was the light of the dinner and it seemed that all conversation was made brighter by him being there. He was so much like his mother Trish, both so outgoing and so much fun being around. My memories revolve around decades ago when Greg, Bradley, Jerry, and my daughter as kids were growing up and the times we all got together for birthdays and holidays with the rest of the families. Bradley was a people person, and even as a child I remember him for his precocious spirit and heartfelt friendliness towards all he met. Just looking at his picture, his smile will tell you everything about him.

Nickki Honeycutt

February 17, 2020

The loss of your spirit is too much. Your laugh being gone is unfair, the love you showed and shared is now gone. All we have is memories. I’m profoundly effected by your passing but rejoice is all the love of family and friends. Sweet boy you will love on in our hearts and memories. I will love and adore you always 💕💞

Tamara Drasny

February 17, 2020

Brad and I grew up together from K thru 12, in a school class that was awkwardly close, but unattached... we Drama... Branham Drama.

Jason Redlich

February 15, 2020

I remember when Brad and I were in a play at Dartmouth. We were so young then and went on to Branham High together as well. Cant remember the name of the play but we were prospectors and actually did very well. I'll never forget Brad and how he always had a smile on his face. So sad hes gone from this world so early.

RIP Brad.

marion collins

February 13, 2020

We have known bradley for about 8 years through his grandparents tom and mirrium.
Bradley was always a bright light when ever about him ,he was always laughing.the last time we saw him was in april at his belived grandmother mirrium bedside. Now they will be together again rest in peace both of you
Joe and marion pava