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Sam Bradley
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Submitted by: Wanda Purcell

Services were held Monday January 12, 1976, at Draper-Cannon Chapel in Newton, Kansas for Sam Bradley.

Sam Bradley was born December 10, 1927 at Mason, Oklahoma to Tom and Meddie Bradley.

He is survived by his wife Ramona; two daughters, Denise and Denelle of Newton, Kansas; one son, J. B. of Fort Carson, Colorado Springs, Colorado; and one grandson; his mother, Meddie Bradley of Cheyenne, Oklahoma; three sisters, Jerry Bowers of Cheyenne; Betty Laxton of Sayre, Oklahoma; Erma Jean Barber of Moore, Oklahoma; three brothers, Glen of Moore, Oklahoma; Jack of Midwest City, Oklahoma; and Bill of Clinton, Oklahoma.

Interment was at Greenwood Cemetery in Newton, Kansas with Draper- Cannon Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

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