Alexander Michael Bradford\n\nAugust 5th 2002 to March 30th 2022\n\nOn March 30th, 2022, Alex entered the arms of Jesus Christ and left this world with a legacy of joy and laughter. To be in Alex's circle, was to be loved like you have never been loved before. Alex was a Sophomore at the University of North Carolina Wilmington and an Alumni of Western Harnett High School.\n\nAlex lit every room he entered with his amazing smile and always had a punchline ready. He lived every day to the absolute fullest surrounded by his people. A young man filled with limitless joy who had a passion and drive for sports like no other. He will be remembered with a baseball glove on his hand, but loved anything that could be a competition, especially if he thought he could win. He loved any opportunity to be with his family and friends. Alex could eat six meals a day as long as he had a friend to eat with. Alex was brave and courageous and did whatever it took to make people feel happy and loved. He was a humble, kindhearted, hilarious, loving person that took in each moment and made it the most. Alex walked this earth in the path of the Lord and will continue to be loved each and every day. \n\nAlex is survived by his dad, Jeremy, his momma, Millisa, and his best friends and sisters, Katlynn and Mikenzie; his grandmother Dixie Heath (Texas), grandfather Mike Bradford (Missouri); Aunts Jessica Heath (Texas), Page (Dave) (Kansas), and cousins Xavier, AJ, Harley, and Christopher; his UNCW Pike Brothers, and countless friends and family. \n\nAlex is preceded in death by his Papa Kenny Heath and his Grandmother Katherine Fisher.\n\nThere will be a celebration of life for Alex at 2:00 pm on April 10, 2022, at Carolina Barn in Spring Lake, NC. Visitation for family and friends will be held prior to the service beginning at 12:00pm, noon.