Brad Gowdy

Obituary of Brad Gowdy

Bradley Colin Gowdy 60, was born on January 31, 1963 in Minot, North Dakota. Bradley was an accomplished musician and guitar player with immense talent. He loved teaching and sharing his music to help others. He taught guitar lessons, played in various bands across the US his entire life. He impacted many lives, along the way. He touched more lives than he ever knew. His career took him from North Dakota to Colorado, California, landing in Arizona. Bradley will be greatly missed by all that knew and loved him.

Bradley was taken away from us too soon and will be remembered for his infectious laugh, his sense of humor and quick wit, his beautiful blue eyes and smile and immense talent.

Bradley is survived by his mother Barbara Seiser, California, his sister’s Bobbie Constantineau, AZ, Mary (Sterling) Knuth, California, Brother Mark (Sandra) Ohlhauser, North Dakota, Niece Abagail (Mike) Dinh, AZ, Nephew Colin (Jamie) Carpenter, North Dakota, Great Nieces and nephews Jakob & Emma Styles, Sam & Ava Carpenter, Lucy & Van Dinh.

Bradley was a rolling stone, wherever he laid his hat was his home.

Bradley established and led a vibrant music department for his fellow members during his time at New Freedom AZ. It meant a lot to him and New Freedom is committed to carrying on his legacy by continuing to offer high-quality music programs to their members. To honor his extraordinary efforts, you can make a donation to the program (in lieu of flowers) to support the ongoing operations within the music department. Your contribution will help keep Bradley's vision alive and bring the joy of music to many more individuals. Thank you for considering a donation in memory of Bradley Gowdy.


Click here to donate: – Select “Bradley Gowdy Music Program” under the Fund dropdown option.


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