Aleta Mae Casey Bradley
Aleta Mae Casey Bradley, known to family and friends as Patti, went home to be with Jesus at the age of 81, at her home in Irving, Texas on Wednesday the 19th of January, 2022.
Patti was born February 13th 1940, in Brownwood Texas to Norman Ned Casey and Stella Mae Casey. She was the youngest of three children.
Patti married Robert L. Bradley right out of high school. Four amazing children were born of this union, each raised to live by the golden rule.
She was preceded in death by her late husband Robert L. Bradley and daughter Cynthia L. McDonald. Survived by sons and daughter; Robert D. Bradley, Daniel L. Bradley and Susan D. Bradley; Son-in-law Edward J. McDonald, and daughters-in-law, Roberta Bradley and Ruth Bradley. She also leaves behind eight grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren.
Patti was a devout Christian, always sharing her love and testimony. She had a constant listening ear, a prayerful tongue and a forgiving heart. She was a true servant to the Lord and is rejoicing in her new home, well earned.
Patti was a woman of great courage and never backed down from a challenge. She enjoyed crafting of all varieties and could build anything. She loved to fish and had a way of finding the best fishing hole. Traveling was her favorite pastime. She was a master camper and treasured long road trips.
Her career accomplishments were many, including; aircraft assembly, the first female manager in the Southern region at McDonald’s, and a compassionate customer service representative at Liberty Mutual. Her greatest joy was teaching Sunday School. She could spend hours on end talking about all the ways she was blessed by the Lord. She knew her Bible inside and out and always had an encouraging scripture for any situation.
She will be remembered as the heart of the family and the memories she leaves behind will be cherished until we meet again. Patti loved Jesus and wanted everyone to know it!
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