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Celebrating the life of Kyler Bradley

(Provided by Ivey Funeral Home at Rose Hill) (Provided by Ivey Funeral Home at Rose Hill)
LIBERTY TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19) -

Services will be held Saturday for the 10-year-old Butler County boy who died this week after battling a rare, aggressive form of pediatric brain cancer.

Visitation for Kyler Bradley will begin at noon with a 2 p.m. funeral to follow at Princeton Pike Church of God, 6101 Princeton Glendale Rd., in Liberty Township.

"Kyler Anthony Bradley, age 10, of Fairfield Township, lost his fight and received his well deserved wings on Tuesday, April 12, 2016," reads his online obituary from Ivey Funeral Home at Rose Hill.

"He is survived by his loving parents, Kirk and Rebecca Bradley; devoted brother, Kirk; adoring grandparents, Randy and Barbara Bradley and Randy and Diane Schmelzel; aunts and uncles, Tom and Camille Popplewell, Jeff and April Schmelzel, Paul and Mendi Schmelzel and Kim Steele as well as cousins, Bradley, Sam, Jason, Kara and Chance.

"Kyler was made an Honorary Fire and Police Chief for the Fairfield Township Fire and Police Departments 6 months ago. He was a hero and inspiration, receiving love and support from thousands worldwide.

"Kyler was a true outdoorsman, which included 4-wheeling, fishing, boating, shooting and archery. He was a 5th Grade student at Fairfield Intermediate School and a member of Bridgewater Church.

"Kyler, you will be greatly missed until we meet again; WE LOVE YOU!"

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