Bradley Jacobs

September 4, 1952 - December 30, 2017
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Bradley Joseph Jacobs passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his family on December 30th, 2017. He was 65 years old.

He was a lifelong resident of Harrison County and a graduate of Cadiz H.S. He enlisted into the Marines and left shortly after graduation. He fought in Vietnam for the country that he loved. …

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Bradley Joseph Jacobs passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his family on December 30th, 2017. He was 65 years old.

He was a lifelong resident of Harrison County and a graduate of Cadiz H.S. He enlisted into the Marines and left shortly after graduation. He fought in Vietnam for the country that he loved. After returning home he married Terri Whiteman and loved, raised and provided for her and his two daughters Beth and Jessica. He followed in his family’s footsteps and became a coal miner. He lived and breathed coal mining and worked up to the day he got sick. He was a CPR instructor through the AHA, an animal lover and an awesome father. He was also a 32nd degree Mason belonging to the Scio lodge.

Preceded in death are his father and mother, Andrew and Mary; brother, Greg; grandparents, Jo and Eve Beveridge and Louis and Elizabeth Jacobs.
Survived by wife Terri; daughters, Beth (Collin) Albaugh from Scio, Jessica (Ryan) Hooker from Mount Pleasant; sister, Deb Cruciotti from Florida; brother, Steven (Janet)Jacobs from Cadiz, Crystal (George) Sayre from Cadiz; brother, Rodney (Carla) Jacobs from Marysville; granddaughters, Bree, Hannah and Rylee Albaugh and grandson, Gavyn Hooker, whom he was all so proud of; and 14 nieces and nephews who he loved to brag about.

A Memorial Service will be held on January 14, 2018 from 2 to 6pm at the Cadiz EMS/firehall, located at 160 North Main Street, Cadiz Ohio 43907. Please come help celebrate Dad’s life.

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Service Information

Date: Sunday, January 14, 2018

Time: 2:00 pm

End Time: 6:00 pm

Cadiz Fire Station

Address:

160 North Main St.
Cadiz, OH 43907

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A Memorial Service will be held on January 14, 2018 from 2 to 6 PM at the Cadiz EMS/firehall.


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Born: September 4, 1952
Died: December 30, 2017

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Geib Funeral Home & Crematory

On behalf of the Geib Family and Staff, we offer our most sincere sympathy for your loss. We are honored to have been called upon to serve your family.

 

Beth Swansboro posted on 1/17/18

Please excuse the question marks in my former post. That was to be a period. God Bless!!!??

 

Beth Swansboro posted on 1/17/18

It is with a heavy heart I have gotten my hometown paper and saw of Bradleys passing. We grew up in Cadiz friends all the way through high school. He and my late husband, Bob were good friends. He was such a great guy with a wonderful sense of humor. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I too know how it feels to lose your love in your life.God Bless??? Beth(Hayest) Swansboro (Bob) Pittsburgh, Pa

 

Gary and Kathy Barker posted on 1/13/18

Our heartfelt sympathy.

 

Uncle Fudd & Aunt Pauline posted on 1/12/18

Beth, we are so sorry that we only recently learned of your dads passing. Also sorry that we won't be at the memorial service Sunday, we will be in Columbus for a 2nd birthday party. You know how that can be a "must attend" event. Our deepest sympathy to you and all of your family.

 

Bonnie Beetham posted on 1/11/18

To Brad's loving family, I extend to you my heartfelt sadness in the loss of a wonderful man. As a son, brother, husband,father, grandfather, friend and soldier, he excelled. There is no doubt that in God's kingdom he will reign high among angels. I pray for peace and understanding for the family and friends he leaves to carry on the life he began.

 

Lolita Lee McDowell posted on 1/10/18

Brad was a great friend. When I was a Senior in high school, my fiance was in the military and would not be able to take me to my Senior Prom. Well, Brad didn't have a date either, so with my fiance's blessing, he escorted me to the prom. We had a great time, he was a fun guy. I wish we had kept in touch over the years. God Speed Brad. Lolita

 

Rosemarie Page posted on 1/9/18

Deb, we're so sorry to hear about Brad's passing. We have so many childhood memories of our families being together. Our thoughts & prayers are with you and your family. Much love..... Rosemarie Taylor Page Jim Taylor

 

Lorna Yoder posted on 1/8/18

I still remember Brad and Uncle Bud working on the house and the many years of it being such a warm basement home. I know the hard work and effort that it took while he worked and took care of his family.

 

Lorna Yoder posted on 1/8/18

My thoughts, prayers, hugs and love go out to you at this time and always since you are family. Miss Bradley and some of the stupid things that happened when I was growing up since I'm not much older than Beth.

 

BECKY DANZE WILSON posted on 1/8/18

BRAD YOU WERE A GOOD GUY AND MY MOM LOVED WORKING WITH YOU AT THE M&K REST IN PEACE

 

Debbie Meadows posted on 1/7/18

We have known the Jacobs family for many years . I remember Debbie, Sonny & Bradley from high school. Bradley was my husbands boss at Y&O #1 working on 4 section & he recalls Bradley as the best boss he ever had. Out thoughts & prayers are with all of you. Sincerely, John & Debbie (Waszil) Meadows

 

Donna Best posted on 1/6/18

So sorry for your Loss Your dad was a great Hard working man I would see him all the time Dairy Mart or Dollar Store My husband worked with him at Harrison Mining,He was a great friend to all of my family members He called my Grandma Aunt Nellie.My Thoughts and Prayers are with you all,Prayers Donna and Archie Best.

 

Polly Moore Deremer posted on 1/5/18

Brad and his family were wonderful neighbors growing up. He always had a smile on his face. May he rest in peace.

 

Remah Hodge and Family posted on 1/5/18

May God Bless this amazing family, Let them find comfort in knowing that their loved one is at peace in heaven. Amen

 

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