Judith Carol Bradshaw

Born on December 27, 1949

Departed on November 11, 2016 and resided in Nashville, TN

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Judith Carol Bradshaw was born in Nashville, TN on December 27, 1949 daughter of Clyde and Dora Mai Anderson. Judy was the youngest of 5 children; Buddy Lee Denton, Howard Earl Anderson, William Gary Anderson, and Eudora Faye Keen. She is survived by her husband of 47 years Joe Wade Bradshaw, two children, Anthony Wade Bradshaw and Angelia Carol Bradshaw, and 8 grand children, Jonathan Alan Bradshaw, Gabriele Wade Bradshaw, Stefanie Carol Bradshaw, Kaileigh Jennifer Jean Bradshaw, Abigayle Shae Lorryn Bradshaw, Nicholas Joseph Dale Bradshaw, Isabella Carol Bradshaw and Benjamin Wade Bradshaw, and several nieces and nephews. Judy was a graduate of East Nashville High School and pursued bookkeeping in college. During her professional career she worked in accounting, management and medical payment processing. Judy put an enormous financial, physical and emotional effort into supporting her family and children by putting Tony and Angelia through private school and college.  More than anything, Judy enjoyed spending quality time with friends and family. She frequently vacationed with her children and grandchildren as well as often playing family games. Other things she enjoyed included collecting music boxes, stuffed monkeys, movies and her two Yorkshire Terriers KK and GG. One of her favorite things to do was to watch mystery shows including Murder She Wrote, Perry Mason, Simon and Simon, Matlock, and Hart to Hart.  Judy professed her faith in Christ and asked Jesus into her heart in 1976 at the Assembly of God church. She was bold in her faith and shared it with her friends and family. Judy and Wade were married for 47 years and have resided in East Nashville for 46 years. During that time, they were an example to many of what it meant to be a Christian. One dear friend said that in his 48 years he only knew one Christian family that didn’t make him feel judged for his past…it was the Bradshaws. Thank you for support of the family during their time of loss and sadness. In lieu of flowers to commemorate Judy Bradshaw’s passing, you may gift her grandchildren Benjamin, 8 months old, and Isabella, 8 months old. All gifts will go towards setting up college funds for the children.paypal.me/angeliabradshaw





3 Comments to Judith Carol Bradshaw

  1. Nell Lane Bowlin
    November 14, 2016 2:35 pm

    My warmest personal regards to Faye Keen and her family. I regret that I will be unable to pay my respects in person, but I am with you in spirit. My God bless each and every one of you and carry you during your time of grief. May he grant you his every grace. My deepest love to all. May Judith’s soul rest in peace. She has now looked upon the face of God, what a blessing.
    Love and Prayers,

  2. Mike & Sue Franks and family
    November 14, 2016 2:55 pm

    Our prays go out with the family, which is hard on all of us but the family is hit the harder. Faye we are going to try and get by the Funeral home .

    November 14, 2016 8:52 pm

    CHIP, I didn’t really know Judy at all, but when she would call Joe at work he would always walk off to another area where he could hear her speaking. One day, I heard her say what are you doing, and he said I’m thinking about you! / Joe loved that girl, from the day he was pulling her pigtails when he was kid.

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