Obituary for Mrs. Rosie Lee Bradley

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Mrs. Rosie Lee Bradley

October 9, 1931 - May 5, 2019

To Everything There Is A Season, A Time To Be Born…” Ecclesiastes 3:1
Rosie was the first child born to the late Alphonso Foley, Sr. and Katherine Jackson Foley on October 9, 1931 in Dallas, Texas.

“When I Was A Child…” I Corinthians 13:11
Rosie’s public-school education was received from Phyllis Wheatley Elementary and Lincoln High Schools in Dallas, Texas. She was a proud graduate of Prairie View A&M University where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Education on May 18, 1952. Later she received a Master of Science degree in Education from East Texas State University: now The University of Texas at Commerce.

“I Must Work The Work Of Him Who Sent Me…” John 9:14
Rosie was reared in New Zion Baptist Church under the pastorate of the late Rev. A.V. Voice. She was a member of the Planning Committee when the church moved from Boll Street in North Dallas to its present site and was re-named Greater New Zion Baptist Church. Later, she united with Crest-Moore Methodist Church under the pastorate of the late Rev. George Brewer and remained a faithful member of The United Methodist Church until her demise.

“Present Your Body As A Living Sacrifice…” Romans 12:1
Her love for people, especially children, and desire to serve others enabled her to embark on a teaching career which began in Ferris, Texas. She became employed in Dallas ISD and was an outstanding Librarian at the following schools: M.B. Lamar & William Brown Miller Elementary Schools. Then she transferred to The Law Magnet High School where she remained until her retirement in 1995.

“They Shall Be One Flesh…” Genesis 2:24
On August 23, 1953, she married the love of her life, Booker Bradley, Jr. They became the parents of three daughters and one son.

“I Am Now Ready To Be Offered…” II Timothy 4:6-8
Rosie Foley Bradley departed this earthly life on May 5, 2019. She was preceded in death by her parents, Alphonso and Katherine Foley and two brothers: George Foley and Donald Foley.

“I Will Not Leave You Comfortless…” John 14:18
Rosie leaves to sail life’s tempestuous seas: four loving children: Kathleen Abdul-Aziz, Venita Lynn Saahir, Carol Bradley Chandler (Stefon), and Ryan Kirk Bradley; eight grandchildren: Katrina Abdul-Aziz, Ameerah Abdul-Aziz (Gurry), Kameelah Abdul-Aziz, Sydney Chandler, Stefon Chandler II, Ryan Bradley, Jade Bradley, and Logan Bradley; six great-grandchildren, two brothers: Alphonso Foley, Jr. and John Foley; two sisters: Jacqueline Foley-Connor and Jeannette Foley; two dear sister-friends: Betty Mann and Robbye Williams, and a multitude of loving nephews, nieces, other relatives, and friends.

 

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Service Schedule

Visitation Information

Date: Monday, May 13, 2019

Time: 1:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Black and Clark Funeral Home

Address:

2517 E. Illinois Avenue, Dallas, TX, 75216

WAKE: 7-8pm, Monday, May 13, 2019
Black and Clark Funeral Home Chapel
2517 E. Illinois Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75216


Service Information

Date: Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Time: 11:00 am

Community United Methodist Church

Address:

4501 South Marsalis Avenue
Dallas, Texas 75216

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Born: October 9, 1931
Died: May 5, 2019

Condolences for Mrs. Rosie Lee Bradley

Minor Kelly posted on 10/23/19

In memory of , Minor Kelly lit a candle

 

Minor Kelly posted on 10/23/19

Ms Rosie, Happy belated birthday really miss you Went to the casino on Tuesday I thought about you wishing you and Mr Bradley the very best in heaven.

 

Rhonda Jones posted on 5/24/19

Hey Lynn Bradley, I'm so sorry for your kids. Rhonda Jones 214.710.7215

 

Reginner Randle posted on 5/15/19

Carol we are standing in prayer for you and your family. May God and his infinite power strengthen you. Garry and Reginner Randle

 

Dr. Keisha Lankford posted on 5/15/19

In memory of , Dr. Keisha Lankford lit a candle

 

Dr. Keisha Lankford posted on 5/15/19

Omg, she was definitely a favorite! Mrs. Bradley was one of the greatest educators/librarians of all times. She kept us in line and modeled an example of a wonderfully poised and intelligent woman. I will forever remember and honor her legacy. May God bless her family! You’re definitely in our thoughts and prayers!

 

Ella Mayes posted on 5/13/19

In memory of , Ella Mayes lit a candle

 

Randy D. Mayes posted on 5/13/19

Even though my heart is broken, there is joy knowing my friend is at rest and the sufferings of this life are no more. I am thankful I was given the opportunity to share time on this earth with such a caring, considerate person whose passion for life inspired others. She taught me so much and encouraged me. Particularly, at a time when I was filled with uncertainties about my future. Ms. Rosie, thank you for treating me like a son. I don't know if you ever knew how much that meant to me. You will be greatly missed. but I am comforted by the realization that love never dies. I love you my friend. Until we meet again, rest.

 

Celestine Pruitt member Community UMC posted on 5/11/19

Dear Family, May Faith, Prayer Loving Memories and others Sustain you in your moment of grief and sorrow sustain you.

 

Sheila Hendrix posted on 5/9/19

In loving memory of a wonderful person who was a mother, daughter, sister, aunt, and friend… Mrs. Rosie Lee Bradley. Our deep and heartfelt condolences goes out to the entire Bradley’s family. Whereas, grief can be so hard, just remember our special memories will help us cope. Your truly…Cedar Crest Neighborhood Association.

 

Patricia Kinard, AAFES posted on 5/8/19

Carol, know that you and your family are in my thoughts during this difficult time. Let Go, Let God, he will see you through.

 

Stephanie Goree posted on 5/8/19

Carol, God does not make mistakes he does does everything for a reason. God just need another beautiful rose for his rose garden in heaven. I am praying for you and your family. Stephanie Goree FDR Class of 1979

 

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