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Bradley James Kahle

August 26, 1965 ~ August 4, 2022 (age 56)

Obituary

Bradley James Kahle was born on August 26th, 1965 to William and Carol Kahle. He had two
brothers and two sisters. He attended Gardena Elementary School in Fridley until second grade
when the family moved to Isanti where he spent the remainder of his growing up years. He
graduated from Cambridge Sr. High in 1984. Brad played hockey and enjoyed many, many
friends.
After high school he met Amie Horcher and they were married from 1991-2012. They raised 7
beautiful children who have gone on to bless him with 6 wonderful grandsons and 3 angel
babies. Brad was a wonderful hands-on dad. Spending countless nights playing catch, helping
his children with projects in the garage and creating the love of imagination within them. He
loved his children with his whole heart and taught them to be strong, independent, hard working
and creative people.
Circa 2009, Bradley committed his life to the Lord Jesus Christ. He eagerly spent his time in the
Bible, learning the Word and praising God in all he did. Bradley was a man of prayer, he would
invite the Lord into every aspect of his life - the big things and the small. He went on several
missions trips where he used his talents, skills and passion for people to serve the Lord. He was
always willing to lend a hand and would work tirelessly helping people.
Bradley looked forward to every visit from his grandsons, always conjuring up exciting and
usually crazy adventures for them. They learned so many fun things from him and loved being
around him. ‘Grandpa Brad’ was never too busy to love them well.
Bradley worked for Dave’s Floor Sanding and Installing for 20+ years. He was a valued
employee that touched many he worked with and for. He was very talented with wood working
and crafted many gorgeous wooden furniture pieces and items for family and friends.
Bradley was extremely loving, he cared for everyone and it was evident in how he lived his life
and interacted with those around him. He was goofy, lived in the moment and wasn’t ruled by
the fear of others' approval. He was innovative, he could make nearly anything out of random
things he’d find laying around. He was selfless and never complained, making sure others were
taken care of before himself.
Bradley passed away unexpectedly at Mercy Hospital in Coon Rapids, MN August 4th, 2022.
Visitation to be held from 5-8 pm on August 9th at Carlson-Lillemoen Funeral Home Cambridge,
MN and the service to be held at 11am on August 10th at Abundant Life Alliance Church in Oak
Grove, MN.
Bradley is survived by his loving children Casey Kahle of Washington, Dan (Hannah) Kahle of
St. Michael, Emily (Andre) Pilch of Wisconsin, Samantha Kahle of Colorado, Jessica Kahle of
East Bethel and Stefani Kahle of East Bethel; 6 grandchildren; parents William and Carol Kahle
of Isanti; siblings Doug Kahle of Blaine, sister-in-law Kimberly Kahle of Cedar, Billie Kahle of
Blaine and Carla (Bonnie) Kahle of Minneapolis.

Bradley was preceded in death by his son Peter Bradley Kahle, grandchildren Lucille Kahle,
Theodora Pilch, Emery Kahle, brother Kenneth Kahle, and sister-in-law Lori Kahle.

Visitation 5:00 - 8:00 PM Tuesday, August 9, 2022 at Carlson-Lillemoen Funeral Home.

Funeral Service 11AM Wednesday, August 10, 2022 at Abundant Life Alliance Church of Oak Grove

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Services

Visitation
Tuesday
August 9, 2022

5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Carlson-Lillemoen Funeral Home
311 Ashland St S
Cambridge, MN 55008

Funeral Service
Wednesday
August 10, 2022

11:00 AM
Abundant Life Alliance Church of Oak Grove
3840 197th Ave NW
Oak Grove, MN 55303

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