|Birth: ||Apr. 29, 1950|
|Death: ||Aug. 6, 2010|
Braddix, Mrs. James (Jay) "Chicken"
60 of Glendale, AZ passed away on August 6, 2010. She was a devoted christian and a friend to all. She joined the U.S. Army in 1971. She was the first daughter of James Allison & Virginia Greer (deceased).She is survived by her husband Norman (Brad), 3 children Christania, Aisha, and Kody, son-in-law Brian. Grandchildren, Jayla, Breya, Kellen, and sisters Rosie and Shelia, as well as a host of family and friends. A visitation will be held on Saturday August 14, 2010 at 10 A.M. A service will follow at 11 A.M. Both will be located at West Resthaven Funeral Home.
A Poem Written By her Sister:
When God is ready for us to begin our journey on this earth, He prepares us a body. This body was prepared for James Winters Allison Braddix (fondly known as Chicken & Jay) and on April 29,1950 her journey began. A child born to Virginia & James. They loved her, nurtured her, and they watched her grow. In the passing of time and in God's infinite wisdom and His ultimate plan, Other bodies were being prepared and connecting with Jay. Now lives are being shared-joys,laughter,sorrows,tears. All of these occurred throughout the years. Treasured memories formed in our minds and hearts, We have all been prepared for our roles and our parts. Jay was a daughter, a sister, and aunt, a niece, A mother, a grandmother, a friend, and a wife. These were all the roles that she played in her life. Children are a gift from God. Virginia and James were given that gift, and she grew and married. Norman and Jay were given gifts, and now their gifts have borne gifts. The gift of Jay keeps on giving. So when pain fills our hearts And tears cloud our eyes For we will surely miss the body that here lies. Let us look back and be thankful for the daughter, the sister, the aunt, the niece...The mother, grandmother, the friend and the wife. Don't look at the death of this body, but remember the gift of Jay's life! For the gift of my siter, Who was Chicken to me, I thank you, Father, And grateful I will always be. To God be the Glory for the gift that we all shared. Jay.
Created by: Brandy Hullinger
Record added: Aug 15, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 57079248
I attended your funeral this weekend and must say that it was a beautiful service. You were/are loved by so many people whose lives you touched in countless ways. You are the kind of woman I strive to be and are a role model for endless others. You will l...(Read more)|
Added: Aug. 15, 2010