Obituary of Hugh Jasper Bradley
Hugh Jasper Bradley (H.J.) passed away peacefully at Cherokee Indian Hospital January 21, 2021, after an extended illness. He was born July 25, 1935 to the late John and Pearl Bradley. His grandparents were Morgan and Clarenda . He is preceded in death by two children Johnny and Debi Loraine Bradley; a brother, Cecil; three sisters, Clarinda, Edith Lou McLendan, and Arizona Owle; two grandchildren, Brianna Bradley and Tom McCoy Bradley. He is survived by his wife of 35 years, Flora Bradley; three sons, Terry (Marzena), Gerald (Shannon), and Eddie Bradley; three daughters, Pearl (Ernie) of Ada, OK, Cinda (Billy) of OK, and Rinda Hathcoat of Arizona; nieces Linda Bradley and Caroline Bradley; nephew Dave Owle; three step children, Marlene Arch, Manuel and Stephen Watty; 28 grandchildren, and 45 great grandchildren. H.J. as he is known, retired in 1998 from the Cherokee Boy’s Club as a Charter Bus Driver for 30 years. He was a member of Boiling Springs Baptist Church and a self-taught musician; he used his talent of singing for the Lord. He was a people person and lived and enjoyed life to the fullest. Funeral Services will be held 1:00 PM Sunday at H.J.’s home at 249 Locust Rd. Cherokee, NC 28719. Pastors Gil Breedlove and Aaron Bradley will officiate with burial at Bradley Cemetery. Pallbearers will be among grandsons and close friends. The family requests anyone who attends the funeral please wear a face covering.To plant a tree in memory of Hugh Bradley, please visit Tribute Store
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