LAPEER, MI – A fund has been established by friends to pay for funeral expenses of a Millington man who died Tuesday from injuries sustained following an explosion at a Lapeer Industries plant.
Killed in the industrial accident was Bradley Davis, 34-years-old, who leaves behind a wife and three children
A 1998 Millington High School graduate, Davis married his wife, Nicole, in 1999. They have three young sons.
A GoFundMe account had been established but that has now changed. A total of $4,840 has already been donated through GoFundMe.
A decision was made to close down the GoFundMe account and have donations sent to Frankenmuth Credit Union.
Frankenmuth Credit Union is willing to take donations for the family with 100% being given to them instead of having to deal with fee’s that are taken through GoFundMe.
The number to call Frankenmuth Credit Union is 989-497-1600 to make a credit or debit card contribution. Or if you are local you can stop in.
Frankenmuth Credit Union
580 N Main Street
Frankenmuth, MI 48734
Phone: (989) 497-1600
Thanks are given for supporting this family in their time of need.
Bradley A. (Brad) Davis of Millington passed away suddenly Tuesday November 4, 2014 at the Lapeer Regional Medical Center in Lapeer MI, Brad was 34.
Brad was the son of Dave and Cathy (Dell) Davis and was born in Lapeer, Michigan on March 11, 1980. On October 16th of 1999 Brad married Miss Nicole McCrandall, and together he and Nicole have celebrated 15 years of marriage. Brad had been employed for the past 5 years with Lapeer Industries in Lapeer Michigan. Brad loved anything to do with the outdoors; he loved hunting, fishing and spending time with his wife and their son’s, as well as spending time with other family and friends.
Brad leaves his wife Nicole, three sons, Joshua, Jacob, and Jared, his parents, Dave & Cathy Davis, mother & father in-law, Rita & Bill McCrandall, a brother Brandon Davis and girl friend Cris, grandmother Mrs. Delores Davis, extended family; brother in-law Bill & Sara McCrandall, sister in-law Ashley and husband Joel Dice, as well as several aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, and many friends. Brad is preceded in death by his grandfather David Davis, grandmother Victoria Lopez, and an uncle Jeff Dell.
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Memorial gifts of remembrance can be directed to the Davis family for a memorial fund. ~ Hanlin Funeral Home is in charge of services.