Jeffrey R. Bradley, on January 10, 2022, of Williamstown; formerly of Bellmawr. Age 61.
Beloved husband of 33 years to Jacqueline (nee Truesdell). Devoted father of Gillian and Evan. Loving son of the late Charles and Marjorie Bradley. Dear brother of Karen Reeves (Michael), Deborah Kilstein (Saul), and the late Richard Bradley and Theresa Maull. Also survived by many nieces and nephews, and great nieces and nephews.
Jeff loved playing keyboards both at home and in the worship bands at his church. He enjoyed flying his drones, riding his bike, and playing with the many dogs he had raised. He enjoyed his role as an adjunct professor at CCC for over 20 years and also his lifelong career in IT. Most of all, Jeff loved spending time with his family, whether it be hiking with his daughter Gillian, attending concerts with his son Evan, or spending quiet evenings relaxing in his yard with his wife Jackie.
Services and interment are private at the request of the family.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Jeffrey's memory to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105 or by visiting www.stjude.org.
"It's so sad that a talented man like Jeff left this earth too soon. I worked with Jeff for only the past few months, I wish I had been able to get to know him better. Reading through this tributes I feel he was a wonder family man as well. I hope the wonderful memories of Jeff comfort you at this time of sorrow. Take care. Lil Cunha"
"I am saddened to hear of Jeff?s untimely passing. I was close to Jeff during high school and I have many great memories of those years. My heart goes out to Jeff?s family. I hope Jeff?s wife, children, siblings, and others find comfort in each other and their memories. Kim Lamb "
"Jeff was my brother-in-law. He married my sister, Jackie, on a beautiful June day. They both looked so happy as they began their journey as man and wife, and looked forward to the possibilities that lay before them. They had a loving relationship, and raised two beautiful children, Gillian and Evan. Jeff was a man of many talents. He was very intelligent, proficient with computer work, and was a talented musician. However, what I mostly admired about Jeff was his love for and dedication to his family. He truly had a wonderful bond with his wife and children, and was very involved in their lives. They made many wonderful memories that I pray will give his family some measure of peace in time. May God give all of you comfort and strength to help you through this difficult time.
Love, Judy "
"We are saddened by the news of your husband and father passing. Jesus is holding you close. Continue to share his love of people with others and cherish the many memories you made together. We are praying for strength for you all during this very hard time. You are loved. The Bolopues"
"Dear Jackie & family,
May your hearts be filled with his wonderful memories. May his humor bring a smile in your hearts. This is the way to always remember Jeff ."
"So sorry to hear of Jeff?s passing. I worked with Jeff for many years at Global. I remember one day in the parking lot he was flying his drone and took time to show me what it could do and then he sent me the video he recorded. Prayers to his family. "
"So sorry for your loss. "
"Dear Jackie- So sorry to read the news. God Bless your Family, praying for strength for all of you. Linda Czyzewski"
"Shocked and saddened to hear of Jeff's passing. I have many fond memories from Triton High School and playing in the band with Jeff and his friend, Bob Leth. Two guys that went to heaven before their time. Glad that I was able to be Jeff's friend on his journey in life. Have many wonderful memories of our friendship and blessed to have known his parents, especially Miss Betty, and family. Grace Earl-Kinkle"