Bradley Taylor Rohne

Bradley Taylor Rohne was born August 23, 1991 in Arlington, Texas and went to be with our Heavenly Father on October 24, 2019.

Although only 28 at the time of his death, Bradley impacted many people in his lifetime. He was a loving and compassionate person who loved to be silly. He had a smile that could light up your soul. He was deeply committed to his faith, family, serving his country and his Marine family.

Bradley descended from immigrants who came from Norway in 1846 (Brownsboro), 1851 (Four Mile Prairie) and 1871 (Bosque County). He was proud of his Norwegian heritage and participated in many ethnic events and festivals.

Bradley grew up in Arlington, Texas and graduated from Kennedale High School in 2010 where he played football and baseball. He brought the meaning to “love of the game”. Bradley enjoyed spending his free time at the family farm hunting and sitting around a fire with family laughing and telling stories, throwing darts, catching a Rangers game or heading to Austin for a UT game. Bradley was a family champion in video games. He was a member of the Metroplex Dart Association (MDA). He was a technical “guru” and loved building and riding motorcycles with his friends.

He joined the United States Marine Corps in June 2010. The Marines became his immediate family. He was deployed to Afghanistan in Sept of 2012. He returned to the states and attended many training courses to advance and promoted to the rank of Sergeant.

Bradley is preceded in death by his grandmothers; Jurdiss Rohne, Marge Rohne and Beverly Crosby and his Uncle Eric Rohne. He is the second of two children to his father, Bruce Rohne, mother and step father, Sue and Roger Brant. Besides his parents he leaves his sister, Laura Dacy and husband Cory, Grandparents; Wayne A. Rohne, Bob and Linda Crosby, Aunts; Janet Rohne Ayala and husband Jaime, Jo Lynn Crosby Massey and husband Steve, Sherry Wilhelm Piitre and husband Chris and Janelle Wilhelm Bailey, Uncle Scott Wilhelm and wife Wendy, Mark Hurley, Niece Zoey Dacy, Nephews; Xander Dacy and Damian Dacy, Godson Michael Stinson, Godparents; Joe Stinson and Nina Jones, along with numerous cousins and friends.

The Honor Guard from the United States Marine Corps will be providing colors. Serving as honorary pallbearers will be Jaime Ayala, Scott Wilhelm, Steve Massey, Mark Hurley, Joe Stinson, Jaime Ayala, Jr, Michael Wilkerson, Randall Wilkerson, Michael Stinson, Zac White, Travis Simpson, Max Hackett, Zach Longstrom, Aaron Copeland, Natalie Longstrom.

Visitation will be held on Tuesday, October 29, 2019 from 6 pm – 8 pm at Wade Funeral Home 4101 W Pioneer Pkwy, Arlington, TX 76013. Service will be held on Wednesday, October 30, 2019 at 1:00 pm at City on a Hill Church located at 1140 Morrison Dr., Fort Worth, TX 76120. Interment will follow at The Rock Church cemetery in Cranfills Gap, TX.

In lieu of flowers, donations can made to USMC of your choice in Bradley’s name or the PKU foundation in Bradley’s name.

Funeral services are under the direction of Wade Funeral Home in Arlington, TX

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