Bradford Frank

July 30, 1954 - April 9, 2024

Brad Gusmus, aged 69 passed away from this life April 9th 2024. He was preceded in death by his parents,Mona and Frank Gusmus.
He is survived by daughters, Ashley Wheeles and Jennifer Underwood, two adopted children, Breanna Gusmus, Elijah Gusmus, stepson,Thomas  Cherry.
One sister, Rebecca Bowden, two brothers, William Gusmus, Paul Gusmus, a number of grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
A celebration of life for Brad Gusmus will be Saturday, April 20th 1:00 P M at Crosspoint Church of Christ, Florence, AL. Williams Funeral home directing.


No services listed.

6 Comments on “Bradford Frank Gusmus”

  1. I am so sorry for your loss Brad was a good man and christian and volunterred on everything at his church,From Suzanne Clemmons Nd Family

  2. Dear Gusmus family,
    I’m sorry to read of your loved one’s passing and may all find comfort in our Lord’s word during this time of sadness.
    In John 11:23-26; “Jesus said to her, “Your brother will rise again.” Martha said to Him, “I know that he will rise again in the resurrection at the last day.” Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in Me, though he may die, he shall live. And whoever lives and believes in Me shall never die. Do you believe this?”.
    A wonderful promise from our Lord Jesus that we can believe and have confidence in.
    May we all find peace in knowing our loved ones who have passed on are now in the care of our Lord God who has shown his great love for us through his Beloved Son.
    Rest in peace dear brother, your reward is waiting.
    God’s continued blessings be upon you all.

  3. Brad was the most generous person I know and a faithful servant of God. My best friend and I will miss him terribly.

  4. You will be miss when I walk in class you won’t be sitting there thank for all you doe for me prayers be with you and your family I love you brother in christ

  5. So sorry Gusmus Family. Brad and I was Inseparable in high school playing basketball 9 – 12th grades. I stayed in touch with him through his journeys on this earth. friends we were and we stayed in touch on Facebook. I enjoyed how he posted the ramps and decks he and his church members built for people in the community. He was so proud of them. He will be missed.

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