|Birth: ||Jun. 6, 1926|
|Death: ||May 22, 1993|
Billy was born in Lawrence, Kansas to Icy Ann and Frank Lee Bradley and moved to Denver, Colo. in the mid 1950's. Billy worked along with 'Popie' in the Iron workers field and was a union steward and superintendant with the Iron Workers Union in Colorado. He and Frank Tate 'Popie', stepfather helped to build many of the high rise buildings in downtown Denver, Colo. in the 1950's.
Early in his adult life Billy was always an entrepreneur...
and involved in several areas, IE: Worked in sales, owned and operated Taxi cabs, and owned "Billy's Place" café (*pictured).
Billy was a great dancer, doing the 'Jitterbug' with sister, Fran and together they entered and won many contests with their unique style of dancing. I remember uncle Bill as very sharp dresser and kept his beautiful black wavy hair just perfect using what I remember as Brylcreem hair oil.
He married Mary Jo and adopted a son Bill John in the early 1960's.
Children: Bill John (adopted)
Stepchildren: Gary and Linda
Sister: Frances May (Bradley) Iams
Brother: Roy Edward Bradley
Icy Ann Bryant Tate (1904 - 1980)
Mary Jo Bradley (1926 - 1992)*
Roy Edward Bradley (1922 - 1987)*
Frances Mae Bradley Iams (1924 - 2012)*
Billy Lee Bradley (1926 - 1993)
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Hampden Memorial Estates
Plot: Enduring Faith, Lot 3128, 4
Created by: deetsdon
Record added: Aug 29, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 96211280
Uncle Bill and sister Fran (my Mom) dancing the 'Jitterbug'|
Added: Jan. 12, 2014
Dear Uncle Bill, stopping by today to say Hi and leave you some pretty flowers on this Memorial day weekend. Love from your family.|
Added: May. 27, 2013
We think of you often - love from your family|
Added: Oct. 11, 2012
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