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In Loving Memory

Torrence, Charles “Brad”

Charles “Brad” Torrence entered into rest on Saturday, June 8, 2024. Beloved husband and best friend of Tammy Torrence  (nee Mattick) for over 42 years; loving father of Cory (Sarah) Torrence, Crystal (Charlie Taylor) Bayens and Tiffany (Brandon Potter) Torrence;  cherished grandfather of Benjamin, Isabelle, Sebastian and Michaela; son of Joseph and Suzanne (nee Janes) Torrence; dear brother of Kim (Jerry) Crowe and the late Becky (Survived by Den) Bozesky; son-in-law of Marilyn and the late Herman Mattick; brother-in-law of Gail (Ron) Dietl, Stu (Donna Schrage) Mattick, Anita (late Jim) Emerson and the late Red Campbell; our dear nephew, uncle, cousin and friend to many.

A celebration of Brad’s Life will be held at a later date.   A KUTIS SOUTH COUNTY CHAPEL SERVICE


4 thoughts on “Torrence, Charles “Brad””

  1. Brad will be missed in our Hot Wheel Community. I’m am blessed to have met him and Tammy. Prayers for comfort and peace to his family during this difficult time.

  2. I knew Brad for many years, even to the point of seeing his kids become adults. No one was more passionate about cars than Brad, real cars and toy cars. He was truly a miracle, struggling with major health issues most of his later years, yet he never lost his fervor for collecting and sharing stories with many of us. Brad you will be missed. Peace and comfort to all his family.

  3. My deepest sympathy to Tammy and children, Mrs. Torrence, Mr. Torrence and Kim. I am so sorry for your loss. From grade school to recently, Brad was always so friendly and kind no matter what he was going through. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.


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