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Dennis Dwayne Bradley
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Birth: May 6, 1960
Death: Nov. 17, 1977

Dennis was the only son of Norma Clary Bradley & Norman D Bradley. He was involved in a head on vehicle accident and was killed instantly at the young age of 17. Student of Vanden High School, North Campus. Employed at Travis AFB in Packing and receiving. He was fun loving, outgoing and was the "Prince" of his home, surrounded by his loving mother and seven sisters, including a twin sister. He is sorely missed! 
Family links: 
  Norman D Bradley (1930 - 1969)
  Norma Jean Clary Bradley (1926 - 1999)
  Gayle Renee Sloss Robinson (1954 - 1989)*
  Deborah Cecil Bradley (1958 - 2003)*
  Dennis Dwayne Bradley (1960 - 1977)
*Calculated relationship
"In Loving Memory"
"Beloved Son and Brother"
Suisun-Fairfield Cemetery
Solano County
California, USA
Plot: IOOF Plot 29 Grave B
Maintained by: BKB
Originally Created by: Grave Finder
Record added: Sep 22, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 29995172
Dennis Dwayne Bradley
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Dennis Dwayne Bradley
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Thinking of you and the many concerts we went to, including all the "Day on the Greens"...Led Zep!!, Sammy Hagar, etc. I will never forget when we were in sleeping bags overnight & some drunk person peed on your sleeping bag while you were in it!! LOL! Br...(Read more)
 Added: Mar. 20, 2013
My Recent visit with you was great! Your neice got to share a beer with you, her first time there! Jerry took me there on his newest Toy, it was a great ride! I miss you and think about you your baby sister! LOL, 1 hour and five minutes!
 Added: Nov. 13, 2011
Another interest we had in common! Jerry putts around and still visits your gravesite.. It seems he has carried great guilt in his life since the accident & thought that we had placed blame on him. I wish I had known this sooner! I finally got to see h...(Read more)
 Added: Sep. 11, 2011
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