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Richard Ross Bradley Sr., 76 years of age, passed away on Sunday, December 4, 2022, at Baywood Banner Hospital in Mesa, Arizona.

Richard was born June 20, 1946, in Portland, Oregon, grew up in San Diego, California, served honorably in the United States Army, and retired from Hunts United Can.

One of Richards greatest qualities was his heartfelt belief that there was more to Family than blood, and he loved everyone deeply that he considered Family.

Richard was a lover of the great outdoors and had a passion for Duck Hunting, Deep Sea Fishing, Fresh Water Fishing, and walking his dogs through the Livermore Hills. He also loved eating out (Hometown Buffet), Bradley Tacos (Mother Edna), Boxing, San Francisco 49ers and San Francisco Giants.

Richard was preceded in death by his parents, Garnett Bradley and Edna Miller, sisters Nancy and Dixie, and his wife Ruby.
He is survived by his sister Sharon, his children Richard, Sandra (James), Rick (Tracy), Brian (Johanna), and Dave (Misty). Richard has 14 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.

The Family will have a small private memorial on December 29th at 2:00 pm. at San Tan Mountain View Funeral Home, 21809 S. Ellsworth Road, Queen Creek, Az 85142

 

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4 responses to “Richard Ross Bradley”

  1. Brian Bradley says:

    I love you Dad! Please say hi to grandma, my mom and your sisters for me. Keep the party hoppin for when I get up there with you. Meanwhile, I will catch a big fish for you and make you proud by serving our country as a Chief. Go 49ers! Go Giants!

  2. Dave Coveney says:

    Hi Sandra and James,
    I am so sorry about the loss of your father, Sandra. His write up shows that he is a caring, steady, and competent person, which he passed onto his daughter. You are in my prayers and my thoughts.
    Dave Coveney

  3. Sandra Cochran says:

    Thank you so much, Dave. This was a very kind and thoughtful thing to say.

    Sincerely,
    Sandra

  4. Rubyann & Kylee says:

    we miss you grandpa!

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Richard Ross Bradley


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Richard Ross Bradley Sr., 76 years of age, passed away on Sunday, December 4, 2022, at Baywood Banner Hospital in Mesa, Arizona.

Richard was born June 20, 1946, in Portland, Oregon, grew up in San Diego, California, served honorably in the United States Army, and retired from Hunts United Can.

One of Richards greatest qualities was his heartfelt belief that there was more to Family than blood, and he loved everyone deeply that he considered Family.

Richard was a lover of the great outdoors and had a passion for Duck Hunting, Deep Sea Fishing, Fresh Water Fishing, and walking his dogs through the Livermore Hills. He also loved eating out (Hometown Buffet), Bradley Tacos (Mother Edna), Boxing, San Francisco 49ers and San Francisco Giants.

Richard was preceded in death by his parents, Garnett Bradley and Edna Miller, sisters Nancy and Dixie, and his wife Ruby.
He is survived by his sister Sharon, his children Richard, Sandra (James), Rick (Tracy), Brian (Johanna), and Dave (Misty). Richard has 14 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.

The Family will have a small private memorial on December 29th at 2:00 pm. at San Tan Mountain View Funeral Home, 21809 S. Ellsworth Road, Queen Creek, Az 85142

 

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4 responses to “Richard Ross Bradley”

  1. Brian Bradley says:

    I love you Dad! Please say hi to grandma, my mom and your sisters for me. Keep the party hoppin for when I get up there with you. Meanwhile, I will catch a big fish for you and make you proud by serving our country as a Chief. Go 49ers! Go Giants!

  2. Dave Coveney says:

    Hi Sandra and James,
    I am so sorry about the loss of your father, Sandra. His write up shows that he is a caring, steady, and competent person, which he passed onto his daughter. You are in my prayers and my thoughts.
    Dave Coveney

  3. Sandra Cochran says:

    Thank you so much, Dave. This was a very kind and thoughtful thing to say.

    Sincerely,
    Sandra

  4. Rubyann & Kylee says:

    we miss you grandpa!

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