Bradley Jason Davis – Born April 4th, 2007 completed his work here on Earth and returned home peacefully to his Heavenly Father on June 28th, 2018. Brad, B-rad, B, BDB, Beef, Beefcake, Beefcake in the weeds, Big Red, Bradley Bear…no matter which nickname you knew him by his outgoing personality and blazing red hair was certainly the life of every party and he shared his love and happiness with all those who he came in contact with. He had a passion for music, playing the piano and the drums, as well singing. He sang in any venue, from private concerts for one or two people in the house, to church meetings, as well as karaoke on cruise ships and even sang the 7th inning stretch in front of over 15,000 fans at Cubs and Giants Spring Training Games. He loved baseball and was a 5 year veteran of The Miracle League of Arizona (www.mlaz.org). He enjoyed being outside and was very active. He loved his cousins and spent any chance he could with them. He loved anything with wheels and loved going fast on anything with wheels, especially his tandem bike, the green machine, the race car, The Beast, and The Viking. He was always in the mood for bean burritos, breakfast burritos, anything chocolate, pancake Saturday, chocolate milk and never met a cookie he didn’t like. His squealing laugh and his smile were contagious. He could cheer you up with his most legendary “squeezes” (hugs). Although he was born blind, he didn’t let that slow him down. He knew who you were by the sound of your voice and never forgot a voice or a name. He taught thru his example to accept and love others for who they are even if they are little different than you. He leaves behind a loving Mother (Evonne) and Father (Jason) and three siblings, Older Brother, Tyler (13) and younger twin Sister and Brother, Abigail and Daxton (6). He has many relatives who have preceded him and will watch over him for this short time away. He is loved by all who had the privilege to know him and his departure will surely leave a void in all of our hearts, but at the same he has filled our hearts with so much love. We thank all of those who have helped him along the way, from so many friends and neighbors, as well as his doctors and nurses and therapist and teachers who have so lovingly cared for him all.
Visitation and Viewing Thursday – July 5th, 2018, Bunker Family Funeral Home, 3529 E University Dr. Mesa, AZ 85213 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
Funeral Service is Friday, July 6th at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Alta Mesa Stake Center, 5350 E. McLellan Rd. Mesa, AZ 85205. Viewing 9:00 am – 9:45 am and the Funeral at 10:00 am.
Graveside service to follow at, Mountain View Cemetery.
The family requests in lieu of flowers, donations be made to The Miracle League of Arizona in Bradley’s honor. To Donate Visit: www.mlaz.org