Bradley, Johnny

Johnny Bradley

August 1, 1943 - January 31, 2019

Johnny Lee Bradley of Anna, Texas passed away January 31, 2019 at the age 75.  He was born on August 1, 1943 to Lewis Bradley and Alma “Tinsy” (Pingleton) Bradley in Collin County, Texas.  Johnny was a 1961 graduate of McKinney High School in McKinney, Texas.  After graduation, he served his country proudly by enlisting in the United States Marine Corp.  Johnny married Carolyn Miller on August 22, 1967 in Durant, Oklahoma.  He was a machinist and business owner at Bronco Manufacturing for 45 years.  Johnny was a car enthusiast. He loved deer hunting and fishing.  Most of all, Johnny loved spending time with his children and grandchildren.  He was a friend to all and was so loved by many people.

Johnny is survived by his beloved wife of 51 years, Carolyn Bradley of Anna, Texas; daughter, Johnna Adams of Van Alstyne, Texas; granddaughters, Bradlyn Keel and husband, Colton of Anna, Texas and Alee Adams of Lubbock, Texas; great-grandchildren, Carsen and Summit; son-in-law, Sammy Adams of Anna, Texas; brothers, James Bradley and wife, JoAnne of Princeton, Texas and Bobby Bradley of Collinsville, Texas; sister, Pam Murray and husband Scott of Allen, Texas; and numerous nephews, nieces and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Lewis and Alma Bradley; brothers, Don Bradley and Teddy Bradley.

A graveside service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, February 5, 2019 at Cottage Hill Cemetery, 11444 FM 2478, Celina, Texas 75009.  The family will receive friends during a visitation Monday evening from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home, 2525 Central Expressway North, Allen, Texas 75013.

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Our deepest condolences on the loss of Johnny. He was a great man and had a loving heart and soul. He will be missed by all. Our prayers go out to the whole family. Carolyn Martin and Robin Martin Horton, February 4, 2019 Our deepest sympathy. Our thoughts and prayers are with y'all at this difficult time. RIP Johnny.
Mark Long, February 4, 2019 To Carolyn, Johnna, family & many friends - my cuz Johnny was a one of a kind guy.  He was liked by all who knew him & was a fun man to talk & laugh with.  His laugh & laid back ways is what I will remember most.  Johnny was also a smart hard working man who built a great business & did very well for himself & all of his family.  Johnny is gone too soon & will be loved & missed forever.  R.I.P. my friend. *R.D.P. & P.D.P.*
ROGER & PATRICIA PARRISH, February 3, 2019 From the first time I met Johnny I knew he was a wonderful and kind man! His great sense of humor and that smile will be missed!! Heaven gained a sweet angel for sure!!
Melody Herring, February 3, 2019 We are truly sorry for your loss. Praying for peace and comfort for you all in this time of grief. Ron and Deanna Fournier, February 3, 2019 Dear Carolyn, Johnna, and family...I am so sorry to hear this sad news. Johnny was a good man with a big heart and I know he loved his family very much. Please know that I am sending you hugs, love and prayers during this most difficult time. May you feel God's comforting arms around you, and feel the peace and love that only HE can give. God bless!
Pinkie Biggs Benton, February 3, 2019 My husband and I both graduated from MHS. Johnny and I were in the same class. A great friend. We saw him again at a class reunion a few years ago, and it was so nice to visit again. He was a fun person to be around and a gentleman. I know the family will have such special memories of great times together. God bless all of you. Carol Griffin Lowry, February 3, 2019 Johnny will always be in our memories. His laughter, smile, genuine concern, and kindness always brightened the day. His friendship will be missed always. Shirley J. Ellis, February 2, 2019 Johnny, you will forever be in our memories along with your spirit and kindness and "l need to borrow a $100"...I will remember that phrase for ever it always put a smile on anyone's face in the room, the memories we have had over the years will never be forgotten... Rest in peace my friend.
Keith Dennison, February 2, 2019