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Bradley Eidem '12 March 30, 2024 11:36 AM updated: March 30, 2024 11:44 AM

Bradley Cullen Eidem 

March 13, 1990 - March 6, 2024 

Bradley Cullen Eidem, 33, of Spring, TX, passed away on Wednesday, March 6th, 2024, leaving behind a legacy of love, laughter, and permanent memories.

Born on March 13th, 1990, to Mary Kay Cafero and the late Shannon Lee Eidem, Bradley brought joy and brightness into the lives of all who knew him. He shared an unbreakable bond with his doting and protective sister, Whitney Michelle Eidem, and was blessed with the presence of his stepfather, Rob Tyler Martin, who became an integral part of their lives.

From an early age, Bradley displayed a remarkable blend of compassion and intelligence. His childhood was marked by adventurous escapades alongside his sister, from being the best of friends to occasional partners in mischief. Bradley had a passion for Power Rangers, Legos, Nintendo, and NBA basketball. His love for the sport was evident in his extensive collection of basketball jerseys and his fondness for the iconic film "Space Jam."

Brad excelled academically; his brilliance was matched only by his insatiable curiosity. He was known for his willingness to engage in intellectual conversations, always eager to share his knowledge with others.

Throughout his schooling at York Jr. High School and Oak Ridge High School, Bradley not only excelled academically but also demonstrated his athletic ability on the football field. Graduating with the class of 2008, he left a lasting mark on his alma mater.

Continuing his academic journey, Bradley pursued a bachelor's degree in Biochemistry at Texas A&M University, graduating in 2012 also with a minor in Business Administration. His thirst for knowledge led him to embark on a career with Lamberti USA, where he not only traveled extensively but also contributed significantly to the field, earning an impressive five patents under Lamberti SPA.

In 2015, Bradley relocated to Waukegan, IL, to further his career with Precision Laboratories and the People Against Dirty. His professional journey eventually brought him back to his roots in Spring, TX, in 2019, where he resumed his role with Lamberti USA.

While Bradley's professional successes were notable, what really motivated him was his deep-seated desire to leave a positive impact on the world and those around him. With his infectious sense of humor and genuine warmth, he easily won the hearts of everyone he met. He was not satisfied with just helping others academically; Bradley found true fulfillment in simplifying complex ideas for his friends.

Bradley cherished the moments spent with his loved ones. Whether it was skiing down the slopes, casting a fishing line at the lake house, or staying at the beach house for weekend getaways, holidays and family time were always a priority. Bradley was fortunate to have multiple sets of grandparents who showered him and his sister with love and affection, each in their own unique way.

Additionally, Bradley shared special bonding experiences with his parents and sister. He would join his mom for exhilarating half marathons, embracing the thrill of running together and enjoying their own activity together. On the other hand, disc golf sessions, Texans football games, and fishing with his dad provided a fun and competitive outlet for them to connect. Brad enjoyed living next door to his sister and nephews for several years where they spent many nights cooking dinner together, dancing in the living room, and watching hit TV series. All these treasured memories instilled a deep appreciation for the importance of family and shared experiences.

A devoted friend to many, Bradley and his ever-present megawatt smile left a lasting impression on all who crossed his path. He had an unmatched zest for life, evident in his love for music, travel, Houston & Chicago sports teams, playing golf with his friends, and his impeccable dance moves.

Bradley was preceded in death by his father, Shannon Eidem, his paternal grandfather, Lee Eidem, his maternal grandparents, Mary & Dominick Cafero, his Nanna, Connie Johnston, and his maternal aunt, Donna Futch. He is survived by his mother, Kay Cafero, his stepfather, Rob Martin, his sister, Whitney Eidem Henagan, his nephews, Gauge and Hunter, as well as numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins, each of whom he loved dearly.

Bradley's compassion extended even to our furry friends, especially his cherished cat, Ava. While Bradley's time with us may have been cut short, his spirit will endure in the hearts of those who were touched by his warmth and kindness. To honor his memory, we kindly ask that you consider donating to one of the following animal organizations:

ThisIsHouston - 

SmartPetz - 

Bruce Kapp Animal Fund - 

Villalobos Rescue Center - 

Your contribution will not only honor Bradley's love for animals but also continue his legacy of compassion and generosity.

A celebration of life for Bradley will be held Saturday, March 23, 2024 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at Forest Park The Woodlands Funeral Home & Cemetery, 18000 Interstate 45 S, The Woodlands, Texas 77384. 


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