ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Bradley Godin, 39 years old, born on March 8, 1979, and passed away on November 12, 2018. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Virginia Slifko on May 5, 2021
I lived on the street where Brad's family lived and would spend time with the Godins. He was such a smart little guy and knew what he wanted, for sure!! I only wished that I could have spent time with him when he was older. I know I would have enjoyed who he was when he became a grown man!! The world is a better place because of his time on earth!! Wish I could have heard him sing!!
Posted by Dina Tyler on May 5, 2021
I remember when Brad was a little boy I would call him square mouth, because he would form a perfect little square when he would cry. He was always so sweet and loving. Many times I would visit at night and mom would put you to bed and lay with you for a little while, I knew when she did this that she would fall asleep with you and I would go home.He loved everyone and was a big help with my son Stephen when he was a baby..You will always be loved and forever in my heart ❤️
Posted by Brenda Rupert on May 4, 2021
I worked with Brad at Olive Garden. He was always upbeat and smiling. He was a hard worker and helped his co-workers often. I enjoyed his dry sense of humor. Brad loved music. Miss him and think of him often.
Posted by Angela Atkinson on May 3, 2021
Brad was a kind, gentle and concerned person. He was always trying to make things better for his friends. The thing that Brad and I had in common was our love of music. He shared so much of his own music with me. He was talented. I wonder how that might have turned out with more time. I hope he is in a happy place where he has no conflict, just joy.

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Posted by Virginia Slifko on May 5, 2021
I lived on the street where Brad's family lived and would spend time with the Godins. He was such a smart little guy and knew what he wanted, for sure!! I only wished that I could have spent time with him when he was older. I know I would have enjoyed who he was when he became a grown man!! The world is a better place because of his time on earth!! Wish I could have heard him sing!!
Posted by Dina Tyler on May 5, 2021
I remember when Brad was a little boy I would call him square mouth, because he would form a perfect little square when he would cry. He was always so sweet and loving. Many times I would visit at night and mom would put you to bed and lay with you for a little while, I knew when she did this that she would fall asleep with you and I would go home.He loved everyone and was a big help with my son Stephen when he was a baby..You will always be loved and forever in my heart ❤️
Posted by Brenda Rupert on May 4, 2021
I worked with Brad at Olive Garden. He was always upbeat and smiling. He was a hard worker and helped his co-workers often. I enjoyed his dry sense of humor. Brad loved music. Miss him and think of him often.
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The Big Orange Truck

Shared by Sara Meeks on May 3, 2021
I remember when Brad was a toddler in the process of giving up the bottle, he loved sitting on the front porch waiting for the Big Orange Truck (the garbage truck) . One morning we were sitting there waiting patiently for the truck to come, when he saw it coming down the street he walked down the driveway with his bottle in hand and handed it to the truck attendant and told him, he was a big boy now and didn’t need his bottle anymore. Brad was an adorable little boy who was my heart when he lived next door.