Jaime Bravo Gomez
September 16, 1971 – May 22, 2018
WENDELL – Jaime Bravo Gomez, 46, went home to be with the Lord Tuesday, May 22, 2018. He was born in Michocan, Mexico to the late Carmel Bravo Garcia and Ceferina Gomez. Jaime was a simple man who loved his children, his wife, his granddaughter and every one who had the honor of being called family. At 17, Jaime came to the U.S. and has worked very hard to provide and secure a great life for his family. He was a very active member of Wendell Baptist Church where he enjoyed another of his passions…cooking. He loved to cook and on Wednesday nights at Wendell Baptist there is a rotation of families that prepare the congregational meal and Jaime could hardly wait until his night would come around. Jaime was very passionate about helping others and truly left this life too soon. He will be dearly missed.
Jaime is survived by his wife, Alma Magana Mellin; daughters, Magdalena Bravo Magana and Seydna Bravo Magana; son, Isaias Bravo Magana; his pride and joy, granddaughter, Ariela Bravo Magana and several brothers and sisters.
Our deepest sympathy to the family. When someone we love dies it causes Pain and sorrow. Though we personally have never seen anyone raised from the dead, we have certain Scriptures that assure us of the resurrection. Jesus said: “The hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out.” (John 5:28, 29). We can also, comforted by the hope expressed by the upright man Job: He will call; The dead will answer (Job 14:13-15). To know that there is a better future awaiting those we have lost in death, where the issues, such as sickness and death that plague us today, will be things of the past is comforting. I hope these scriptures give you strength to endure the difficult days ahead.