Brad NeeSmith

Born: Sun., Feb. 1, 1976
Died: Thu., Sep. 22, 2011


6:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Sat., Sep. 24, 2011
Location: - Not available -

Funeral Service

11:00 AM Sun., Sep. 25, 2011

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Mr. Brad NeeSmith, age 35 of Uvalda, died Thursday, September 22, 2011. He was a native of Montgomery County and lived there most of his life. He was a self employed carpenter, and was a member of the Cedar Crossing Baptist Church. Brad had a passion for singing, especially gospel music. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, John L. and Mozelle Sanders; and his paternal grandfather, Hugh Vernon NeeSmith.
Brad is survived by his wife Mandi NeeSmith of Uvalda; three step-children, Layla, Jaden, and Tre Davenport; his mother, Patty Sanders Johnson of Uvalda; his father, Lynn NeeSmith of Cedar Crossing; one brother, Shawn NeeSmith and wife Ashley of Uvalda; paternal grandmother, Betty NeeSmith of Vidalia; three aunts, one uncle, one niece and nephew, and numerous cousins.
Funeral services will be held Sunday, September 25th at 11:00 in the Cedar Crossing Baptist Church with Pastor Reece Mincey officiating. Interment will follow in the Mosley Cemetery.
The family will receive friends at the Cedar Crossing Baptist Church beginning at 6:00 pm Saturday.
Those desiring may make memorial contributions to the New Beginning Fund in Brad’s memory at the Cedar Crossing Baptist Church, P.O. Box 157, Uvalda, GA 30475.

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Matalice Spivey Fech
   Posted Sun September 25, 2011
My heart goes out to all of Brad's family and friends. I only got to meet him a few times but he made a great impression on me. May he rest in peace and we know he is in a better place.

JacQue Spivey Cowart
   Posted Sun September 25, 2011
I Love you my Angel and will miss you every day!! I know you are in the arms of God now and this I can accept. Your earthly pains are no more and your sweet voice is now heard by the only one who knows your heart. I know you are smiling down on those you Love and I will see you with Angel wings and hear your precious voice again one shining day! I pray GOD will bring your family peace knowing you are where you are not feeling the pain the world brought and now you can sing and laugh and walk the streets of gold until we met again!!

You are my angel and your memory will be everlasting!!!!

Heather Ward
   Posted Sun September 25, 2011
I loved you Brad.I didntget to know you for long. Your may have officially left our family but yoou were alwaysa part. Thanks for the memories. Sing for us fromthe heavens.

Patti Daniels
   Posted Mon September 26, 2011
Shawn and Family,

You will never know what an impact Brad had on my life. The funeral service was so sweet and I could truly feel Brad's presence. I know it is never easy losing someone you love but my prayer is that you find the strength in God to pick up the pieces and move forward. Cherish the good memories and leave the bad behind. At a time in my life when I was in a very low place I walked into CCBC and Brad was singing that night. He sang "Cry Out to Jesus" and that just opened my spirit. I so enjoyed hearing him sing. He had a passion. I enjoyed hearing you sing also. Each of you were an added treat to Reese's message. I wrote Brad a note once and told him he was an added angel to my list. God used him to change my life for the better. I am so glad that he is finally free and resting in the arms of Jesus. I can only imagine what struggles he went through. I will always look at the story of the Prodical Son in a different way now. I am so thankful that Jesus ran to him and saved him just at the right time. Brad will always have a special place in my heart.

Love In Christ,

Patti :-)

Sherry Chandler
   Posted Mon September 26, 2011
You and your family do not know me but I wanted you to know how much I loved your Brad. He was like a son to me. He was precious. I came to know Brad while he was at the Christain Family Center. My nehphew is their in program there and the two of them were friends. Brad had such a passion for singing. He was so talented and I was so crushed when I heard of his death. I just found out so I did not get to go to the funeral but know that Brad was a very special person and I am happy he is at peace now.

   Posted Mon September 26, 2011

Cissy Riner and family
   Posted Wed September 28, 2011
Shawn and Family, Just wanted you to know that we love you and are so blessed to have known and heard Brad sing. He will truely be missed. Brad struggled through this life but struggles no more. I believe that his talents are for a purpose, to be by Gods side and sing Heavenly songs. I can remember going to our family reunions and seeing you and Brad walking down the paved road to the park shelter where we meet as a LARGE family to eat. Its time like those that we should cherish. I love you and your family. I'm glad we also God's family and can't wait for the BIG family reunion in the sky!!!!!!!!!!!! Love Ya'll!!!!!!

Pam Shaw
   Posted Fri September 30, 2011
Patty, I was so sorry to hear about Brad. I know that this is one of those times in your life where there is only one set of footprints in the sand and God is carrying you through this difficult time. Love Ya

wayne mccall
   Posted Mon January 30, 2012
Brad we went to school together we hung out and we grew up together brother you will be missed man and i will never forget you my condolences neesmith family & Shawn