Mountain View Funeral & Cremation

2350 Montebello Square Drive, Colorado Springs, CO


George William Bradley

Passed away on July 1, 2020

George William Bradley passed away on July 1, 2020 and is under the care of Mountain View Mortuary.

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Kathy and Rick Sturdevant

July 20, 2020

"Skip" was good to us as a couple. As a supervisor, we always knew he would be kind and understanding about any concerns of ours about each other, health, or family matters. The Bradleys welcomed us to their home as newcomers and when there were social events, such as the Space and Missile Pioneers induction dinners, he was always a good host. Many prominent people attended and spoke at his retirement, honoring his work. He was also remarkable in his survival for so long with health challenges. Although we have not heard that the pandemic was a direct cause of his death, we know it would have been difficult because he would have so missed contact and activity. Blessings on his family!

Jason Al-Jehani

July 10, 2020

Skip was one of the happiest prople i ever came to know. He will be missed in this world and in B1 for a long time.

Robert Laborde

July 10, 2020

Skip was a kind and gentle man. I met Skip via Peterson Toastmasters and he was great mentor to me and many other TM's. I always enjoyed a history lesson when he gave a speech. I learned a lot from Skip. And it was always fun to end a meeting with Skip telling a joke from a Popsicle stick he had received from a grand child. We will all truly miss him.

Margaret Ball

July 9, 2020

My deepest condolences to Gail and GW. Skip was a wonderful mentor, kind boss, and loving friend. I am truly fortunate to have him as my guide as an intern at AFSPC and in government service afterwards, but it is his genuine kindness and humanity that made him a great friend. I know he will be missed by everyone he touched in life.

Mike Pierson

July 8, 2020

Skip was always kind, always positive, and always ready with a corny joke from a Popsicle stick! From the moment I arrived at Air Force Space Command, Skip was an older brother I could go to for advice, or just to lend an ear. We were members of the base Toastmasters Club, where I learned more about Skip's life, his deep knowledge of history, and his compassion. I'll miss you, my friend. You will always be part of Air Force space history, and mine.