Steven Bradley

Steven L. Bradley of Columbus, husband of Stephanie Lucas- Bradley died Saturday November 18th 2017 .

He was born in the Philippines on August 16th 1972 son of Rose Carter and the late William Bradley Sr.

Steve was a loyal and dedicated family man and part owner of Pure Strength and Wellness Functional Training Studio. Anyone who has ever met Steve would say he was as humble and kind as he was strong. He had a passion for people and never wanted anyone to leave his presence without a smile or hug.

His greatest mission in life was to make sure people understood  that they had a purpose and could accomplish anything they wanted. He pushed himself and others to be the best they could be and was not ashamed to tell them to call on God if they need to.

Steve was a game changer. He,like so many of us, was unhappy with his weight and health. He set a goal to lose weight and focus on a healthier lifestyle. Not only did he lose weight, he conditioned so hard he started competing and winning body building competitions. He was also a champion for cancer and rode in Pelotonia this year in honor of his father and those still suffering from this disease. Often you could find Steve speaking with those suffering from addiction and was never afraid to share his on battles.

His kindness and devotion to his family and freinds is a true tribute to the beauty of his soul .He Inspired others through love and will be missed but never forgotten.

Besides his wife Stephanie Lucas- Bradley and mother Rose Carter he is survived by his children; Chance Bradley, Krystian Shelton, Ronald Shelton and Xavier Shelton. His siblings; Terry Cephas, Robin Cephas- Savage, Robert Cephas and William Bradley, his grandson Jhier Wells his stepfather Garth Carter,  his sister-in-law Lisa flemimg, his  brother-in-law Louis Savage and a host of family member and Friends.

Visitation 1:00pm and Funeral 3:00pm at North Broadway United Methodist Church

Condolence Messages

  1. Christina Elin Rogers :

    Please know my prayers are with you all at this time. I am heartbroken for you and for all those whose lives Steven touched. He was kind, a mentor and friend. I pray God holds you all in the palm of his hand and comforts you.

  2. Kathy brinston :

    It was a pleasure to know and a joy to be around steve rest easy my friend your job here is done but you have another assignment with the lord amen.

  3. Lorraine Alexander :

    I only met Steve a few times for boot camp, but he made the biggest impression on me when during workouts he made me laugh. So sorry for the pain you are experiencing. May you find strength in your memories.

  4. To the family and friends of Steven, you have my deepest sympathy in your loss. When Lazarus died, Jesus said he was traveling to awaken him at John 11:11. He was referring to waking Lazarus from death, a deep sleep state, in which can only be done through God’s power. Lazarus was resurrected from death to show what would be done in the future. Soon, you will be able to greet your loved one back to perfect life (Acts 24:15; Psalm 37:29). May you find comfort in God’s promises.

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