Lloyde Wallace Bradley Jr.

11/03/1921 - 05/21/2014 Born in Glendale California to Ester and Lloyd Bradley. He served in WWII in the Army Air Corps as a weather-aerial gunner over Italy. After the war he graduated from USC with a degree in Public Administration. He worked for the DMV for 35 years and started as a Driver License Examiner in Los Angles and retired as head of the Driver Improvement Program in Sacramento where he co-authored the first Spanish written test and served on various traffic legislative committees. When he retired, he and his wife traveled extensively throughout Europe and eventually had a winter home in Spain. Lloyde is survived by his wife of 49 years Rebecca, daughter Caroline Rogers, son David Bradley, step-daughters Carol Harris, Christy Quinlan, Margo Allen, step-sons Robert Quinlan and Steven Quinlan. Services will be private.

Published in Sacramento Bee on June 4, 2014