OBITUARY

John Bradley "JB" Nalley

January 18, 1987November 28, 2019
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John Bradley "JB" Nalley, 32 of Louisville passed away on Thursday, November 28, 2019. He is survived by his children, Aiden E. Nalley, Alannah N. Nalley, Brantley M. Nalley and Kandace M. Nalley. JB's parents, Lisa and Kevin Nalley, his Nana, Evelyn D. Wilson and Papa, Elmer L. Wilson. JB is also survived by his sisters, Elizabeth A. Nalley and Jessica C. Nalley, his Granny, Margie J. Nalley, an uncle, John A. Wilson, cousins, Alicia Wilson and Chelsea Wilson and great cousins, Hunter and Edgar Wilson, and his close friend, Danielle Cassell as well as extended family and friends. Guests are invited to attend a visitation from 2-8pm on Wednesday, December 4, 2019 at Arch L. Heady & Son at Westport Village, 7410 Westport Rd. Louisville, KY 40222.

Services

  • Celebration of JB's Life Wednesday, December 4, 2019

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Christina Dickinson

December 3, 2019

Tears flood my eyes that this is a temporary goodbye. I am forever thankful for our beautiful daughter. Her eyes remind me of yours. Her laugh reminds me of your chuckle. Her loving nature reminds me of your passion.
I will never forget the first time we played guitar together and sang Johnny Cash. Wish we would of made more music memories together. Your Legacy will live on with our daughter, she has an ear for music too.
Love you John. See you again my friend.

Danielle Cassell

December 1, 2019

I loved this man more than anyone could imagine or could even challange despite everything we had been thru the years, the ups and downs our souls always found their ways back to one another, because they were mated for life. My heart hurts to not be able to hold him one last time, or hear his voice, to yell or laugh. I find his things in my car or home and even in my purse, and it brings such pain and happiness at the same time. Our lives were our own and each others, and to continue on alone saddens me beyond belief, i don't have my best friend, i don't have my confidant and the thorn in my side, i don't have my rock. He was truly my favorite person in the entire world, he was always my rock even if he wasn't right there with me. He wasn't perfect but he was my everything, and my soul and heart are in agony for myself and my son who has lost his father and best friend as well. I love u Jb i have since the first day i saw u and looked into those eyes... i always will.

Earl Underwood

December 1, 2019

What can I say, I'm in shock. You were one of my first friends. We grew up together in that small neighborhood. It is crazy to think how long it has been, but seems like yesterday. As we got older, I remember us playing music on the weekends with your Nana and Papa at the nursing homes and churches, playing basketball, the North Carolina trip we all took. But as is life, we grew into different interests, went different directions and lost touch with each other. I know it had been a while since we talked, but I was just thinking about you and your family. Reminiscing. Now it'll be with a heavy heart that I reminisce. My prayers are with all the Nalley and Wilson families. I'm so sorry, I love you all

Yvette Del Pino

November 30, 2019

Dear family members
kindly accept sincere condolences On the death of John Bradley. My son is just one year older than “JB” and I love him dearly. So I can imagine the pain of grief you must feel. Dear parents, rest assured that our dear Heavenly Father knows your pain. Most importantly he is quite capable of doing what is required to bring about relief to those who grieve. We find such words of Gods no at Isaiah 25:8 - he tells us that he will swallow up death forever. He also tells us that he will wipe the tears from all faces. Tears that result from mourning. What a time that will be.
So dear family members, see JB as being asleep awaiting the resurrection promised for mankind at John 5:28,29. Our faith and trust will not be misplaced.
Once again sincere condolences.
Kindest regards
Yvette

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JB & Uncle John

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JB “no ice please”

Biography

John Bradley "JB" Nalley, 32 of Louisville passed away on Thursday, November 28, 2019.
He is survived by his children, Aiden E. Nalley, Alannah N. Nalley, Brantley M. Nalley and Kandace M. Nalley. JB's parents, Lisa and Kevin Nalley, his Nana, Evelyn D. Wilson and Papa, Elmer L. Wilson. JB is also survived by his sisters, Elizabeth A. Nalley and Jessica C. Nalley, his Granny, Margie J. Nalley, an uncle, John A. Wilson, cousins, Alicia Wilson and Chelsea Wilson and great cousins, Hunter and Edgar Wilson, and his close friend, Danielle Cassell as well as extended family and friends.
Guests are invited to attend a visitation from 2-8pm on Wednesday, December 4, 2019 at Arch L. Heady & Son at Westport Village, 7410 Westport Rd. Louisville, KY 40222.