Lawrence Lee Bradley, 63, passed away at 4:26 a.m., Sunday, Oct. 19, 2014 at his residence.
On June 30, 1951, Lawrence was born in Rochester to Floyd and Areminda Reffitt Bradley. He was a lifetime Fulton County resident and attended Talma High School.
Lawrence and Brenda Shell Holland were married Sept. 5, 1997 in front of his Talma home by Mayor Phil Thompson.
The Bradley Boys, including Lawrence, could often be found in the junk yard looking for parts to work on cars. Lawrence worked at Niff-Cor of Mentone for 12 years. To relax, Lawrence enjoyed sitting outside, often with his dogs, looking over the fields and enjoying the sunshine. He was a member of the the First Free Will Baptist Church of Kosciusko County of Claypool.
Lawrence is lovingly survived by his wife; two daughters: Mary (Bruce) Scott, Rochester, and Susan Holland, Sandy Hook, Ky.; two sons: James “Allen” Holland and Robert Holland, both of Salyersville, Ky.; 10 grandchildren: Roxanne Holland, Johnny Holland, Kayla Holland, Carla Conrad and husband Joshua, David Scott, Alexandria Holland, Lewis Salyers, Tosha Salyers, Allen Salyers, Ashley Salyers; two great-grandchildren: Nikolai Conrad and Yuri Conrad; two sisters: Shirley (John)Hurley, Goshen, Kathy (Steve) Oswalt, Tippecanoe Shores; three brothers: Thomas Bradley, Logansport, Floyd “Bud” (Betty) Bradley, Rochester, Jerry Bradley and companion Tammy Kincaid of Tippecanoe; niece and caretaker: Sheila Robinson of Rochester and his Chihuahuas: Mickey and Minnie.
Preceding Larry in death are his parents, grandparents and brother Gary Bradley.
Visitation will be Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014, from 1-3 p.m., followed by a celebration of life, at Good Family Funeral Home.
Pastor Terry Bradford will officiate services. Interment will be in the Sycamore Cemetery.