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Kelly Alison Bradley
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Birth: Oct. 19, 1967
Death: Jun. 12, 1986

Kelly was born in Hobbs, New Mexico, and moved with her family to Houson, Texas. She was known by all as an energetic, clear-headed, smart, and talented girl within whom the spark of genius glowed. She had many interests and hobbies. She loved playing the piano, often deviating from the classics she was practicing to play a little rock and roll. She participated in a variety of school functions, ranging from membership in the Chess Club, the Drama Club, Band, the National Honor Society and the Student Council. She enjoyed reading and playing softball. She won many awards in school Drama competitions, in both her serious prose readings and silly fun roles. She was so talented! Kelly was also a serious student - excelling at academics, and graduated Summa Cum Laude from Hastings High School in Houston, Texas. She died tragically in a one-car accident. She is survived by her parents, Richard and Betty Bradley; sisters, Karen LaValley and Kristin Bradley Thompson; brothers, Douglas Bradley and Jeffrey Bradley; and nephews, Chase and Clayton. 
 
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Originally Created by: Always with Love
Record added: Oct 26, 2004
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