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Bradley Charles Stevens Obituary

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Bradley Charles Stevens

Jackson, Michigan

March 19, 1964 - June 6, 2024

Bradley Charles Stevens Obituary

Bradley “Chuck” Charles Stevens, passed away peacefully at his home in Michigan Center on June 6, 2024. He was 60 years old. Born on March 19, 1964, in San Diego, California.


Bradley is survived by his siblings, Michael (Marti) Grace of Jackson, Terry Lynn May of Jackson, and Frank (Kathie) Reason of Jackson. He also leaves behind his special friend, Fred D. Yenne of Michigan Center, his beloved dog Duke, his special niece Michelle (James) Blues of Jackson, and numerous nieces and nephews.


Bradley was preceded in death by his grandmother, E. Mae Stevens, his mother, Doris Jean Legace, and his brother, Cory “Pete” L. Stevens.


An avid traveler, Bradley found solace in exploring new places with his faithful companion, Duke, by his side. Their adventures were a testament to Bradley's adventurous spirit and love for life. His infectious laughter and upbeat demeanor brought joy to all who had the privilege of knowing him. Bradley had a special knack for taking care of those around him, always ensuring that everyone felt loved and supported.


In accordance with Bradley's wishes, cremation has taken place. His ashes will be interned at Roseland Cemetery. A celebration of Bradley's life will be held at a later date, allowing family and friends to come together to honor his memory.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Bradley Charles Stevens hosted by Lauer Funeral Home Jackson.

Bradley “Chuck” Charles Stevens, passed away peacefully at his home in Michigan Center on June 6, 2024. He was 60 years old. Born on March 19, 1964, in San Diego, California.


Bradley is survived by his siblings, Michael (Marti) Grace of Jackson, Terry Lynn May of Jackson, and Frank (Kathie) Reason of Jackson. He also leaves behind his special friend, Fred D. Yenne of Michigan Center, his beloved dog Duke, his special niece Michelle (James) Blues of Jackson, and numerous nieces and nephews.


Bradley was preceded in death by his grandmother, E. Mae Stevens, his mother, Doris Jean Legace, and his brother, Cory “Pete” L. Stevens.


An avid traveler, Bradley found solace in exploring new places with his faithful companion, Duke, by his side. Their adventures were a testament to Bradley's adventurous spirit and love for life. His infectious laughter and upbeat demeanor brought joy to all who had the privilege of knowing him. Bradley had a special knack for taking care of those around him, always ensuring that everyone felt loved and supported.


In accordance with Bradley's wishes, cremation has taken place. His ashes will be interned at Roseland Cemetery. A celebration of Bradley's life will be held at a later date, allowing family and friends to come together to honor his memory.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Bradley Charles Stevens hosted by Lauer Funeral Home Jackson.

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