Ronald William Bradley died peacefully at his home in Quincy, Florida, with loved ones by his side, on Sunday morning, May 2, 2021. He was born on October 24, 1942, in Jacksonville, Florida, to William Berry Bradley and Ruby McAlpin Bradley. He lived most of his life in Quincy and graduated from Quincy High School in 1962.
Ronnie was employed by the Gadsden County Times for almost 20 years, and retired from the Florida Department of Revenue after 28 years of dedicated service. He was a charter member of Forest Hills Methodist Church and loved singing in the choir. He was a lifelong FSU fan and a football season ticket holder, and rarely missed the kickoff luncheon. He was also an enthusiastic FSU Women's Basketball fan and enjoyed sitting behind the bench and cheering for the team.
Ronnie is survived by his brother, Reggie Bradley and wife Kathryn of Tallahassee, nephew Berry Bradley of Crawfordville, nephew Scott Bradley, niece Gwen Gascoigne, and great-niece Shirley Bradley all of Tallahassee, and lifelong family friend Doug Glisson, Tallahassee. He was blessed by a large extended family of cousins and friends who will miss him very much. Special thanks to cousin Angela Tharp for her loving care during Ronnie's last days.
A celebration party of Ronnie's life will be held at a near future date. There will be food, fellowship, and laughter, all to honor Ronnie's life here on earth, and his new life in Heaven. The family will notify everyone, and we hope you will be there to share this time with us.
The graveside funeral service will begin at 11am Eastern Standard Time
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