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James D. Bradley

  • On August 17, 2020

James D. Bradley, 70, of Charleroi passed away surrounded by his loving family on August 15th 2020. Jim passed peacefully after a long and courageous fight with liver and throat cancer.
Born June 3rd 1950 the son of the late Charles H. Bradley and Mary T. Bradley (Colosimo). He was a 1968 graduate of Charleroi High school. He was employed for 32 years as a nurse’s aid at Mayveiw State Hospital. Jim is preceded in death by his stepmother Ora E. Bradley and niece Kathy L. Waldron. He is survived by his loving wife of 35 years Sheila and his two children J.C. and Tiffany (Justin) Bradley. He is also survived by his brother Robert and wife Zana Bradley of Tennessee along with many nieces and nephews. He leaves behind many friends whom he thought of as family.
Jim was a huge sports fan and loved watching PITT, the Penguins, and of course the Steelers. Jim had the biggest heart and was loved by many people. His biggest accomplishment was his children whom he was always so proud of. At the wish of Jim there will be no public viewing and services will be private.
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Prudy Nicholson
  • Aug 18 2020
Sheila, my very deepest sympathy to you and your family.
Sharon Colosimo Rapp
  • Aug 18 2020
My condolences to Cousin Jimmy’s brother Bobby, his wife and children. I remember Jimmy as a little boy visiting our Nuna’s house in Lock #4. Just a few days ago I was tagging photos of Aunt Mary (his Mom) for a photo book of my Colosimo Family. Again my sympathy in your loss.
Margaret (Anthony) Miller
  • Aug 18 2020
I have funny fond memories of Jimmy from our high school days. My sincere sympathy to Jimmy’s family.
Bob & Karen Herring
  • Aug 18 2020
Worked for many years with Jimbo and Sheila at Mayview. He was a great friendly person to all. We lived in the same town and we often would visit with him. Alway a smile on his face. He will be missed!
  • Aug 18 2020
Mary C Biringer
  • Aug 19 2020
Sheila, I am so sorry. Jimbo was a great guy. I worked with him for quite a long time at South2 and admissions. He always kept me laughing. My prayers are with you and your children.
Katie Mowery
  • Aug 19 2020
I am so sorry for your loss and your children and families. You will be in my prayers.