OBITUARY

Robert Voorhis Bradley

August 4, 1926November 5, 2012

BRADLEY, Robert Voorhis Age 86 of Nashville. November 5, 2012. Mr. Bradley served in the U.S. Navy during World War II and the Korean War. He retired from Avco. Preceded in death by wife, Juanita; children, Robert Thomas and Mary Margaret Bradley. Survived by son, James (Jane) Bradley; 7 grandchildren; 11 great grandchildren; a host of other family. Funeral service to be conducted 12 noon, Wednesday, November 7, 2012 at Hibbett & Hailey Funeral Home. Burial will follow at 2 p.m. in Odd Fellows Cemetery in Baxter, TN. Visitation with the family will be 4-8 p.m., Tuesday and one hour prior to the service on Wednesday.

Services

  • Funeral Service Wednesday, November 7, 2012
  • Visitation Tuesday, November 6, 2012
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Robert Voorhis Bradley

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May 15, 2013

Was R. Voorhis Bradley originally from Pleasant Hill, TN? There is a wooden plaque in the Pioneer Hall Museum with the names of boys who had graduated from the PH Academy carved into it . One name was Voorhis Bradley. I am from the Van Voorhees ancestry line and am wondering where his Voorhis name came from. Possibly it's a family name? If so we are all related.

November 8, 2012

I'm sorry for your loss. I had the blessing of meeting Mr. Bradley and being the recipient of his kindness. I know that he is with God now. John Lermusik Jr. (Rebecca's son).

Reba Salimbene

November 7, 2012

God speed and smooth sailing, Robert Bradley! I know you have both now! God Bless all your grieving family.

November 7, 2012

It was such a blessing to be part of Mr. Bradley's life, he was a great person to work for. We laughed together, we cried together and he got me hooked on his soaps during the day. I will never forget you Mr. Bradley. But it's a blessing to know that you can see and walk without help and in no pain. I will say goodbye for now but I will see you again one day. I love you Jane, Jimmy and family.
Love Always Brenda Jones

Pat Craig

November 7, 2012

Uncle Bob will never be forgotten and will be greatly missed. I am so sorry we will no tbe able to come to the funeral but want you to know all of you are in our hearts and prayers. We love you.

Judy Webb

November 7, 2012

Our prayers and deepest sympathy are with you and your family at your time of loss. I am sending to you and your family my thanks for his time of service to our country, sorry I didn't get to thank him in person. We were all blessed by him.

A friend of Jimmy's
Judy Webb and family

Valerie Pendleton

November 6, 2012

Uncle Bob was always so good to us. We truly feel blessed that he has been a part of our lives. He always made everyone feel welcome. He made countless trips to the basement to bring up sodas and treats for everyone to enjoy. We will always look back on our time with him fondly. Valerie Lindsey Pendleton and Family

Karen Law

November 6, 2012

cannot for get him! one time mom and I came up to decoration day at big lick, and even though his site was failing, he managed to see us and remark" boy you have put on some weight" I always love both he and Juanita. Please remember that my thoughts and prayers are with you the family.
Karen Law

Chaplain Richard Reuer

November 6, 2012

I wish to extend to you and to members of your family my deepest sympathy on your loss. May the Lord's loving promises comfort you and give you strength as you walk through this difficult time. On behalf of a grateful nation and an expression of appreciation for the honorable and faithful service rendered by your loved one, if you wish for a personalized memorial card mailed to you with history of playing of taps, 21 gun salutes, meaning of each fold of the flag as a keepsake, please send your request to:
Chaplain Richard Reuer, Honoring Those Who Served Ministry
1206 6th St SW
Minot, ND 58701
Or click on “CONTACT ME” to email me your mailing address.

This service is free to all veteran families. I wish to thank you for your serving from one veteran to another – Thanks!
Fair Winds and Following Seas

FROM THE FAMILY