ForeverMissed

We respectfully announce the passing of Rev. Bradell A. Martin of Hogansville, Georgia on Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at West Georgia Hospice in LaGrange, Georgia.

Memorial Services for Mrs. Bradell Martin will be held Saturday, April 1, 2017 at 1:00 PM at St. Mary United Methodist Church, 100 Pine Street in Hogansville. Pastor Elaine Gilbert will officiate.

Funeral arrangements by Thrash and Sons Funeral Home. 706-637-8791 Fax 706-637-8796.

Posted by Gloria Sellers on August 9, 2017
WISHING YOU A HAPPY HEAVENLY
Posted by Gloria Sellers on June 14, 2017
Missing you. ..LOVE ALWAYS...YOUR COUSIN. ...PSHELL
Posted by Josephine Jackson-Smith on April 1, 2017
"He has shown you, O man, what is good, and what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with your God?" Micah 6:6-8
Dear Willie Frank and family, We are hearing today, April 1, of 'Rev. Bradell's Flight'. Receive our prayers to God for your unwavering Faith. We, the family of a previous departed who knew you all, offer unto you the above quote (which Bradell knew well), as our testimonial to her life. And we know, yes, we know, God will take care of you all.
Rev. Dr. Josephine (Dr. Jo) and sons: Theophus Harold (Dr. Thee), Dea. G. Winston, and Disraeli Woodworth Smith,
Posted by Regina Fletcher on March 31, 2017
Good people leave memories that bless us,"
 Proverbs‬ ‭10:7‬ ‭ERV‬‬
May your memories of Bradell bring you comfort.
Posted by Monique Davidson on March 31, 2017
REST IN PEACE GONE BUT NEVER FOR GOTTEN HEAVEN HAS RECEIVED AN ANGEL.BLESS THE MARTIN FAMILY AND FRIENDS
Posted by Loraine Crenshaw on March 30, 2017
Please accept my deepest sympathies. Sincerely, Loraine Crenshaw (Hospice LaGrange)
Posted by Monica Musrock on March 29, 2017
Vernard, Cyndi, and Family,

Please accept our condolences on the loss of your beloved mother, wife, and friend to all. Thank you for sharing the sweet stories of her life with us. May the memories of her bring you comfort.

Your friends at Free Medical Clinic
Posted by Charlene Johnson Brown on March 29, 2017
May the sound of your laughter always remain inprinted in my mind's ear. Always loved hearing you laugh and tease your kids.
Posted by Evered Douglas on March 29, 2017
You've left some amazing people behind as a tribute to your legacy. Your memory and strength will be reflected by them and not be forgotten. May you smile down upon them from the Heavens and bless them with the same warmth they remembered in life when you all reunite again.

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Posted by Gloria Sellers on August 9, 2017
WISHING YOU A HAPPY HEAVENLY
Posted by Gloria Sellers on June 14, 2017
Missing you. ..LOVE ALWAYS...YOUR COUSIN. ...PSHELL
Posted by Josephine Jackson-Smith on April 1, 2017
"He has shown you, O man, what is good, and what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love mercy, and to walk humbly with your God?" Micah 6:6-8
Dear Willie Frank and family, We are hearing today, April 1, of 'Rev. Bradell's Flight'. Receive our prayers to God for your unwavering Faith. We, the family of a previous departed who knew you all, offer unto you the above quote (which Bradell knew well), as our testimonial to her life. And we know, yes, we know, God will take care of you all.
Rev. Dr. Josephine (Dr. Jo) and sons: Theophus Harold (Dr. Thee), Dea. G. Winston, and Disraeli Woodworth Smith,
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MY ROLE MODEL

Shared by Gloria Sellers on August 9, 2017

Remembering...your beautiful smile...and you being my favorite cousin...HAPPY HEAVENLY

Shared by Kay Smith on March 30, 2017

My Grandmother introduced me to Mrs. Martin.  She made beautiful dresses for her. I loved hearing her life stories and her infectious laughter.   Mrs. Bradell never knew the impact that she had on my life, although I did tell her a few times.  I would like to share with you a story of kindness and compassion about this sweet lady.  In 1992 my Grandfather passed.  I was living in another state at the time and needed to get to Georgia as soon as possible.  I did not have time to buy a suit for my son who was in the 5th grade.  Mrs. Bradell told me that she could take one of Grandad's suits and alter it to fit my son. I didn't think that it would be possible.  Impossible is not a word that was in her vocabulary.  She did an absolutely amazing job and it looked as if the suit had been specially made for my son.  Well actually it had been thanks to her. She did this in one days time.  She would not allow me to give her any money at all.  There will always be a speacial place in my heart for her.  To Mr. Charlie Frank and family, my thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Shared by Cynthia Martin on March 29, 2017

The first time I met Bradell Martin was when Vernard handed me his phone and told me to talk to his mother. When she figured out I was dating her son she pretty much told me I should leave him at the side of the road where I found him. ;-)

Later after Vernard and I got engaged we were at mom and pops for Thanksgiving or something and Vernard and Vincent were having there typical competition/conversation when mom turned to me and said I’ll give you the other one for free. ;-)

Then at my bridal shower Bradell Martin’s  words of wisdom she wrote down, which was one of thigs all the guest did, included “Stay away from dieters and Keep some cash but other folks money spends better than yours.”

Therefore at Mama Martin’s memorial I plan to wear something colorful to honor her unique charm.