Brad Mooney 09/12/69 - 04/24/10

by Jennifer Mooney
(Little Rock, AR)

Necker Island, July 2008

Necker Island, July 2008

Necker Island, July 2008
Family vacation, May 2009
Dad and Nate, August 2009
Daddy and his girl, May 2009

Brad Mooney was placed in God's presence on Saturday, April 24, 2010. To us, he was taken too soon. But, God's way are not our ways. Brad and I were married on May 18, 1991. He was taken just 3 weeks shy of our 19th anniversary.

We were blessed with Nate in 1998, and Allie in 2001. Brad was a wonderful husband, father, son, brother, friend and banker. His life was dedicated to God and his family. He always made time for Nate and Allie. He wanted the best for them, and it was important to him that they know how much he loved them.

Brad was a 'people person' and enjoyed meeting and visiting with anyone. It was important to him that our children be raised in a loving, Christian home. Brad touched many lives and has left a legacy for his children that life is about relationships.

On a personal note, I loved Brad more the day he died than the day we married. He was the love of my life, my best friend, my confidant, encourager.... my soul mate. I miss him more and more with each passing day as my life continues on without him. I have chosen to live my life as a witness to others that my faith is real - that no matter the circumstances, no matter how tragic a situation seems - God is in control. He has a plan for each of us and while we don't understand, his plan is perfect.

I was privileged to be his wife and the mother of his children. I thank God for placing him in my life. I'll love you always, Brad....

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Dec 26, 2011
Chance
by: Steven

Hello Jennifer, not knowing if you will ever read this is the same chance that I came across this site totally by chance. Something about Brad's face and the look of peace and contentment you two had on your faces in the Necker Island pic spoke to my soul. Reading your words sealed the need for me to write and say indeed, God's will is mysterious for mortals to understand. I hope you find the ability for happiness in this dimension until the eternal Earth age arrives. God bless you and your children.

Jul 20, 2010
I feel for you
by: Joe Pfefer

I do feel for you. Right now, 19 days after my wife, Jan, was taken, it is all too sureal. I am glad to see you and Brad had a loving marriage (as my wife and I did). While I cannot just say 'it will get easier' - here is to hoping to fond and loving memories! Joe Pfefer

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