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 Bradley 'Big Bad Brad' Baughman

 Rest in Everlasting Peace


Brad's PSK Art Gallery

"It is with great sadness that I'm reporting on the passing of my very good friend, Brad Baughman. Like Richard Urata, Brad was a member of our 'Council of Elders' and his contribution was also significant in fostering the culture of the Puget Sound Knappers!

Bradley Steven Baughman passed away March 30, 2022, at his home in Dallesport, Washington, with family by his side.

Bradley was born July 25, 1953, in Roseburg, Oregon, to parents Glenn Spencer and Doree Ellis Baughman. He spent his early years in Winston, Oregon, and Glide High School in Glide, Oregon. He attended Umpqua Community College where he got his GED and then enlisted in the police academy. He served many years in law enforcement in Douglas, Sherman and Grant counties in Oregon.

He married Susan R. Holley on June 30, 1973 in Lookingglass, Oregon. Bradley was a life member of The Masonic Grand Lodge and The Oakland Lodge #16 in Oakland, Oregon, as well as Puget Sound Knappers.

Bradley is survived by his wife, Susan Baughman, son, Glenn Baughman (partner Jessica Reynolds), daughter, Tamica Baughman, mother, Doree Baughman, siblings, Christine (Gordon) Cottrell, Dana (Anne) Baughman, Jennifer (Stephen) Seefeld, Lewis (Kerri) Baughman and his step-siblings, Mark Harrington, Arianne Harrington (Richard Lipphardtt), Eric (April) Harrington, Lynette (Mike) Butler, Kirk (Rosa) Harrington, in-laws, Leo (Patsy) Holley, Steven Holley, Shelley and Russell Harter along with many cousins, nieces and nephews.

He is preceded in death by his father, Glenn Baughman, step-mother, Audrey Harrington Baughman, and step-sister, Janis Harrington Nelson.

A memorial service will be held 2 p.m., Friday, April 29, 2022, at the Winston Community Center, 440 SE Grape Ave., Winston, Oregon. A live stream will be available with details to come at Andersonís Tribute Center Memorial page for Brad.

 Quotes from Friends

"This is getting really sad, losing such wonderful friends. Both Brad and Rich had hearts a big is any there are. I learned a lot from both of them. They loved to share their hobby and would give you the shirt off their back." Harvey Hughett, Member - PSK Council of Elders

Memories of 'Big Bad Brad'!

Brad LOVED to teach youngsters about flintknapping

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