August 29, 1968 ~ June 16, 2022

Born in: Vincennes , Indiana
Resided in: Evansville, Indiana

Bradley Eugene Smith passed away from this life on Thursday, June 16, 2022 in Evansville, Indiana at the age of 53. He was born on August 29, 1968 in Vincennes, Indiana.

Those left to cherish his memories include one son Josh Smith, wife Samantha, one daughter Amber Stiemel husband Kevin, three grandchildren Payton Smith, Bryer Smith, Herschel Stiemel, two brothers Dale Smith wife Charla, Keith Smith, three sisters Robin Chaplin husband Gerald, Kris Todd husband Curt, Bobby Corrie husband Clyde, mother Rita Smith, along with numerous nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends.

He is preceded in death by his father Herman Dale Smith.

Bradley Eugene Smith was a construction worker for many years. He was very talented and could build or fix anything. He loved the outdoors and going fishing. Setting on the banks or just being around the water was his favorite pass times. He enjoyed gambling and loved spending time with his friends. He will be missed by all.

Graveside services will be held on Tuesday, June 21, 2022 at 1:00 pm at the Memorial Park Cemetery in Vincennes, Indiana. Officiating will be Captain Karla Salsbury of the Salvation Army of Vincennes. Under the direction of Goodwin Sievers Funeral Home Gardner Brockman Chapel, Vincennes Indiana.

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Graveside Service: June 21, 2022 1:00 pm

Memorial Park Cemetery
919 Willow Street
Vincennes, IN 47591

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  1. My little brother. When you got your final diagnosis you really took it like a man. Thanks for comforting me when it should have been the other way around.😪. You never knew a stranger and would give the shirt off of your back to anyone. I know you still have my back even in Heaven. As you used to say instead of goodbye when we talked on the phone “holler at me” 🙋‍♀️❤️

  2. Brad…I will miss you forever! My heart aches! I remember your youth full of ballgames that you played in over at Cub League and over at Four Lakes…Dad And I would go and proudly watch you! You were an excellent ball player! One thing that I laughingly remember fiercely about you is ..that you hated onions..Lol. If you detected them in anything you wouldn’t eat it 😉 I Love You more than you will ever know and will hold our memories close to me forever! Love, Your Little Sister,Bobby🌻

  3. Bro,
    Thank you for all the fond memories. We had so many good times. I’m glad God chose you to be my brother.
    Love you and until we see each other again, I will always have a hold of your hand. I hope I kept you as comfortable as possible.

  4. Brad
    Your body is whole once again , your no longer sick , your in a place of peace and tranquillity and with all the family members that passed on before you. You will always be loved and missed by everyone still here on earth , I will cherish the memories of growing up with you and all the fun we had as children. Playing hide and seek , rolling down the hill behind are house , and Christmas mornings as we played with each others gifts with envy. We will all be together again some day Rest In Peace big brother , Love Keith

  5. Brad was very kind and thoughtful person. I’m very proud to call Brad my friend. Much love and prayers to Kris and family.

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