Charles Bradford Death – Obituary News: Elder Charles E. Bradford has died .
We are sad to report that Elder Charles E. Bradford has passed away, according to the following statements posted on social media on September 10. 2021.
It is with great sadness that we have learned of the passing of Elder Charles E. Bradford. He passed away on Thursday, September 9, in Huntsville, Alabama, at the age of 96.
— Ted Wilson (@pastortedwilson) September 10, 2021
Ted Wilson @pastortedwilson It is with great sadness that we have learned of the passing of Elder Charles E. Bradford. He passed away on Thursday, September 9, in Huntsville, Alabama, at the age of 96.
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Elder Bradford served the Lord in multiple capacities, including as the first president of the North American Division of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.
Elder Bradford was a giant in so many ways! He was a faithful follower of Christ, wonderful preacher, diligent Bible student, dynamic intellect, experienced administrator, caring pastor, loving husband and father, encouraging brother in Christ, and a long-time friend.
As a student and young worker, I had the privilege of watching the close working relationship and friendship between Elder Bradford and my father. They had a very collegial rapport as they helped to guide God’s church through the power of the Holy Spirit.
Elder Bradford seemed to always have things under control. He had a way about him that even in difficult situations you would know that he was thinking three steps ahead of others and, by God’s grace, things would work out well to God’s glory.
What a privilege to have known Elder Charles E. Bradford. On behalf of the world family of Seventh-day Adventists, Nancy and I wish Mrs. Bradford and the family our deepest condolences, Christian sympathy, and warmest regards.
May the Comforter come especially close to the entire Bradford family at this time of sorrow. Soon, Jesus will come and we again will see Elder Bradford and our loved ones who have died in Christ. What a day that will be! Even so, come, Lord Jesus!”