Born on October 24, 1965 in Charleston, West Virginia
Departed on October 4, 2021 in Melbourne, Florida
Thomas Franklin Bradley passed early in the morning on October 4, 2021. He was born on October 24, 1965 in Charleston, West Virginia to John and Nancy Jividen Bradley.
He is survived by his wife Catheryn Logan Bradley; his son Thomas John Bradley; his daughter-in-law Sarah Bradley and three grandchildren Jake Thomas Bradley, Easton James Bradley and Noah Lee Bradley. He is also survived by a daughter Kayla. Thomas was preceded in death by his parents.
Family and friends will always remember his ready smile, his big heart and his light hearted approach to life as well as his love of the outdoors and nature. This country boy will be missed.
A celebration of his life will be Saturday, December 4, 2021 at Ballard Park, Large Pavillion #8 at noon.
Please consider donations to Space Coast Field of Dreams.
Libby Jividen Plumley
from Poca, WV. wrote on December 13, 2021:
Iam Tommy’s Aunt , Nancy let me babysit for you one summer, I was about 12, & Tommy was still in diapers. When he was young he loved watching Charlie Brown on TV. I remember he ran away from home one time & Nancy was so worried we found him one block away just sitting down. Tommy grew up in church, & he became a Christian when he was 5or 6 I know Nancy was waiting for him at Heavens Gates went he passed. I will miss our long talks on the phone, we talked mostly about family that had already passed his parents his grandparents Hazel & Franklin Jividen & he especially liked talking bout Franklin & all the silly things that he did. We would talk for hours. & he loved talking bout Catheryn, & how he wanted to protect her as she was going through Breast Cancer. Also he talked bout Tommy, & his grandchildren & how much he loved them. And Tommy I will miss you very much, I wish things could have been different for you. But you are not suffering, & you are now well. I Love you very much. Love Aunt Libby. & always remember Catheryn Tommy Loved you very much he told me this often.
from Satellite Beach wrote on October 8, 2021:
As far back as the 1990,s I remember your happy smile and easy way. Enjoy your new life reunited with your family❤️
from Mooresburg, TN wrote on October 8, 2021:
Prayers for the family, and my condolence.
I remembered Tom from BHS, he was great guy, funny, and fun to be around. R.I.P my friend.