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Margie Bradley

July 18, 2018

The lord felt it was time to go into his garden and pick the most beautiful flower. So he sent his angels to wake up Margie Bradley on March 2, 1934. He called her name from on July 18, 2018 at 3:14 am and she peacefully answered.

She was born to the union of Bryant and Lousie Perry (who precede her in death) in Tuskegee, Alabama. She was the third oldest of six children.  She finished her education in Alabama. Mother Bradley has always been a phenomenal person. She accepted Christ at a young age. She attended Mount Nebo Baptist Church of Tuskegee, Alabama.

Mother Margie and James fell in love and to this union they had a daughter name Caroline Perry.  In 1957, she met and married Joseph Williams Sr. who precede her in death. To this union, Joseph Williams Jr  (precede her in death) was born. In 1976, she met and married Percy Bradley (precede her in death) and gained a daughter, Diane Bradley.

Mother Margie Bradley joined Unity Faith Missionary Baptist church under the late Reverend Edward Jones. She was a faithful and dedicated member. She served on the Deaconess Board, Nurse’s Guild, Mother’s Board, Choir, and she was a Missionary.

Mother Margie was in employed at various restaurants because she loved cooking. However, her main passion was to take care of people. She was an amazing caretaker. When Sister Bradley wasn’t working, she enjoyed cooking, attending church functions, bargain shopping, and spending time with family.

Sister Margie Bradley favorite saying was “The devil will take you somewhere you don’t want to go and keep you longer than you want to stay!’

Mother Bradley leaves behind her cherished memories with her two daughters, Carol and Diane; grandchildren, Kelly (Lawrence), Courtney (Ashley) Kyle (Anna), Kendra (all of Florida), Percy (Charity), Isaiah, Aaron, Alyssa, Aisha, Devin, Kevin, Micah (Daniel), Montel Lee, Siblings, Clarence Perry, Dorothy Chappell of Cleveland, Ohio, Thelma Finley of Chicago, Illinois, god daughter Celia (George) Yaroborgh, a special friend Vickie, and host of nieces, nephews, cousins, family, and friends.

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