Robert Anthony Bradley, passed away on April 7, 2015. He is survived by his wife Deborah; daughters, Joan and her husband Greg Towe and Kelli and her husband Jason Smith; brother, Stewart Bradley; grandchildren, Elizabeth and Dale Towe, Aidan and Katie Smith. In lieu of flower, memorials to American Cancer Society or Gwinnett County Relay for Life can be made in honor of Robert Bradley.

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  1. Debbie, Steve and I are so sorry to hear Robert passed away this morning. Our prayers go out to you, Joanie, Kelli and the rest of the family. If there is anything we can do please just call. We love all of you so much. See you tomorrow honey.

  2. Kelli, I am so sorry for your loss. Please let us know if we can do anything or if you need anything. We will keep you and your family in our prayers. Love you.

  3. So sorry for your loss. Robert was such a great person. He will be missed. You and your family are in my prayers.

  4. So sorry for your families loss. I know it will be difficult to let him go but remember he is out of pain. I will be praying for y’all. God will give you strength to make it through. If I can do anything please let me know. Love you guys.

  5. Kelli- you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Praying for strength for you all. If you need anything or don’t know if you need anything you just want something give me a call.

  6. He called me “Out of the blue” and I new he was saying Goodbye….of course he wanted to tell a joke or hear one! Robert I hope you are happy and pain free now with a full head hair and a white beard again… I’ll never forget the ice storm of 1983 when our beautiful daughters Kelli and Jamie were born And our 31 year friendship began. Smurfs birthday party, cookouts and memories especially of Debbie and you buying your first house. Your wife, children and grandchildren are blessed to have had you in their lives and I was and will always be your friend… I love you robert..

  7. Debbie and family, I am so sorry for your loss and pain. My prayers and love are with you. Wish I could be with you.Please keep in touch.

  8. Debbie and girls
    We are so sorry about Robert. He was such an amazing person with the best heart of anyone I know. We will miss his sense of humor and infectious smile. I’m sorry we can not be there in person but
    you are all in our thoughts and prayers. Much love now and always.

  9. Joanie, I will always remember your father in his red suit on his bus and my kids yelling “Santa Claus”. For him to do that around Christmas holidays for the kids, I know he had a big loving heart. Sorry for your loss and my prayers be with you.

  10. Please accept my condolences in this time of grief. May the God of all comfort bring you the peace you need to endure this trialsome time. He gives us a hope for the future, promising that all those in the memorial tombs will rise again when he calls for them. John 5:28.

  11. Kelli, you and your family are in my prayers during this time of loss. I pray that you all find peace in knowing your father is no longer suffering and his spirit will be a constant presence in your lives. While I know it may be hard to understand, God makes no mistakes and your dad is in a better place. If you need anything, please let me know.

  12. I am very seldom at a loss for words. But today, I am. Boooo. This sad news has hurt my heart. Debbie and Kelli, and the rest of your families…I am really sorry for your loss.

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