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BRADLEY DANIEL MULVENA
October 30, 1984 – October 1, 2023
Bradley Daniel Mulvena was born on October 30, 1984. Bradley will be forever loved and missed by his father, Daniel (Joanne), his mother Colleen (Mike), brothers Tim (Carrie), Derek, sisters Amanda (Jason), Laura (Trevor) and Katelin. His nieces and nephews Chance, Brianna, Marcus, Devon, Maddie, Carter, Leland and Nevaeh. His grandmother Florence Mulvena, uncles and aunts John (Meridee), Frank, Jane (Brian), Kathleen, Kelly, Veronica, Colleen (Brian), Patricia (Duane), Hugh (Cindy), Patrick, Terri (John) and Rob (Meagan) as well as many cousins and friends.
Bradley was predeceased by his grandparents, Jack Mulvena, Frank and Ilene Soos and Uncle Brian Jennings.
Bradley grew up in the Ashern and Camper area, attending Ashern Early Years and Ashern Central School, graduating in June 2003. Bradley was known for keeping his teachers and EA’s on their toes. He was very independent and never complained or asked for help.
Bradley was a huge sports fan and loved following minor hockey in Ashern. He accompanied and cheered on his brothers and sisters through their hockey years. He loved to run the clock at Ashern Arena for minor and senior hockey games and a wheelchair ramp was installed for him there. A highlight was also attending a hockey tournament for his brother Tim in Calgary, where he got a tour of the Saddledome. He was also invited to drop the puck at center ice during a Manitoba Moose game from Captain Randy Gilhen. He also participated in the Winnipeg Wheelchair Hockey League.
After graduating, he moved to Ten Ten Sinclair Disability Centre in Winnipeg. He lived here until he moved to Bertrand Street in St. Boniface. He was employed by True North and worked at Manitoba Moose games, Winnipeg Jets games and concerts at Canada Life Centre.
Bradley sat on numerous boards at Ten Ten Sinclair and was a huge advocate for disabled community. Bradley was a loving, caring, friendly person to everyone had the pleasure of meeting him. He loved visiting his grandparents in Amaranth and at the farm in Langruth.
Bradley loved his nieces and nephews and always did his very best to spend time with them at birthday celebrations and family events.
The family would like to thank Manitoba Possible for all of the services they provided over the years and home care services.
A Celebration of Life will be held on Sunday October 15th at 1:00 PM officiated by Brad’s friend Tyler Geisler – East St. Paul Community Center 2nd Floor of the Arena, 266 Hoddinot Road in East St. Paul. Elevator Access is Available.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in Brad’s name to Manitoba Possible
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