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PAUL JERRY "JAY" BRADLEY Jr.

PAUL JERRY "JAY" BRADLEY Jr.

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September 20, 2015
I MISS YOU JAY. I WILL ALWAYS MISS YOU. LOVE YOU--ALWAYS KAT
September 08, 2015
You are and always will be with me my friend. I still love you and talk about you often to my friends and family.
November 11, 2014
My family will know you Jay... I mention you often.... Love you brother
November 11, 2014
For you Jay, still miss you, still think of you everyday
May 06, 2014
I've known Jay since my early years in college, back to 1989. He is one of the greatest friends I have ever known. He and I would sit all night and talk about random events from history and current. He use to tell me I was the smartest person he had ever met besides himself. Outside of our friend Boris I cant think of anyone greater. I still miss you Jay and will always love you.
November 12, 2012
I was only around you a few times,and I didn't know you well,
But I knew of you very well,
Your unwavering views, values and love for your parents made an impact on others,
Your kindness and loyalty toward your friends will be remembered forever,
You were a fine young man,
Your influence on others will continue to grow,
You left your mark on society and you will be dearly missed.
Ann Barksdale
November 10, 2012
I am sorry I never met JAY but learned to love him as you sdhared him through the years!! THANK YOU FOR LOVING BETHANY ONE OF THR GREATEST EXPERIENCES OF HER LIFE!! BOBBY AND I WILL BE FOREVER GRATEFUL!!! PRAYING WITOUT CEASING!!!!
November 10, 2012
So shocked and saddened.........I was out of town and did not know........my love and prayers to you all.............
November 10, 2012
Jay was a wonderful, fun, and caring nephew, and the world is now missing the gentleman that he has always been. I remember the day he was bor n, his growing up years, and the man he became. What fun it was to visit their house and watch him play with Glenn & Jeff and how they included younger cousin Andrea. Even as a boy and young man his innate kindness showed to everyone, young & old. After he grew up, I had such fun with him as He shared his vast and in-depth knowledge of history; I always felt lucky that he enjoyed our conversations. Jay always came by when Ron or I had surgery or illness, and I know he did the same for others: Mother when she was so sick and Mrs. Weaver and many others, I'm sure. He will always be in our hearts and memories, and we love him.
November 08, 2012
Jay, you were my brother, my best friend. Today I came to realize, you touched so many lives, everyone that knew you, loved and most of all respected you. Your humor, I will never forget the day, you came to work, and said, mom must been feeling a little off of it today, thinking something was wrong with her, I ask, what's wrong? He says, my shirt look alright? Holds up his arm, to show me the crease, of which was completely crooked. I said, Jay Paul, you ironed that shirt. He begins laughing, seriously, does it look ok? I said, by the time you leave here, you'll be lucky to know what color it is. Then, there was the day, he came to work, and guess who got the blame for not polishing his shoes. Yes, his momma. He loved his parents dearly. Many times, he would call me, and we would talk, he would say, I'm going to go in and talk to mom and dad, before they go to bed, and I will call you back. He was a kind and loving gentleman, and to me it was a legacy, not many people in this world, could ever fill. God now has one of the greatest angels this earth has ever had the privilege to meet. Love you, brother...you are, my best friend.

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