Deacon Willie H. Bradley Sr, was born on July 15, 1947 to Mr. Silas & Willie Pearl Marsh Bradley Sr. He departed this life on March 7, 2023 at his home with family.
Willie confessed Christ at an early age, and was a member of the Mt. Olive A.M. E Zion Church, Greenville Alabama:
Willie was a 1968 graduate of Southside High School Greenville, Alabama. Willie met and married Ruthie Mae Pugh on December 7, 1969 and to this union 3 children were born; Willie H. Bradley Jr. (RIP), Derrick L. Bradley, & Kimberly N. Bradley (Hall). Willie worked for Georgiana Nursing Home for over 35 years as a Certified Nursing Assistant. Willie also worked at Allied Signal for many years.
Years later while visiting church with his daughter, Willie later joined House of Prayer Holiness Church, under the leadership of Overseer Cecilia Adams, where he was an ordained Deacon. He was faithful to attendance and fellowship until his health failed. Willie loved his church and his church members. He found much joy in serving with humility.
Willie met and married Ruthie Mae Pugh on December 7, 1969 and to this union 3 children were born; Willie H. Bradley Jr. (RIP), Derrick L. Bradley, & Kimberly N. Bradley (Hall).
Willie was proceeded in death by his parents Silas and Willie Pearl Bradley, his oldest son Willie Bradley Jr and brothers Frank Bradley, George Bradley and Johnny Bradley.
Wille Leaves to cherish his memories His son; whom he loved: Derrick (Makesha) Bradiey. His daugher whom he adored: Min. Kimberly (Brent) Hall both of Greenville, Alabama. Four Grandchildren that brought him much joy: Shonta Bradley, Shillisha Bradley, Gaston Turner & Brenton Hall (BJ). One brother Joseph (Sharon) Bradley of Greenville, Alabama. Four Sisters: Sarah Pearl Palmer, of Montgomery, Alabama, Rosie Sims, of Greenville, Alabama. Linda McMeans, of Georgiana, Alabama,
Brenda (Floyd) Young of Greenville, South Carolina: One Uncle: Johnny Lee Mare of Montgomery , Alabama.
Close and supportive friends: Mrs. Doris (Sug) Rudolph, Mrs. Ann Franklin, and Mr. Robert ( Red) Hawkins.
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