In Memory

Jimmie Bradley

James C. Bradley, 73 of Farmington, passed away November 2, 2018. He was born May 22, 1945 in Carlsbad, NM to Claude and Etheleen Bradley. The family is having a graveside service on Monday, November 12, 2018 at 9:45am at the National Cemetery in Santa Fe, NM.

Survived By: his wife, Kathy Bradley; and children, Chris Bradley, Jennifer Anderson, Tiffany Aubert.

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11/08/18 05:18 AM #1    

Jay Ortiz

Although we drifted apart and weren't close in our Highland years, Jimmie was one of those childhood friends I've always remembered, and thought about from time to time over the years, always with pleasure and gratitude for the times we did spend together, and the memories. I've missed him, even since we lost contact, and I'll miss him even more now.


11/09/18 11:31 AM #2    

Bill Basile

From Whittier Elementary to Wilson Junior High to Highland High School. Jimmie Bradley was always one of the smartest students and most talented athletes. RIP Jimmie Bradley


bill basile


11/10/18 01:34 PM #3    

Walter Huebner

During late high school and early college, Jimmie, Rod Krebs, and I worked at Piggly Wiggly on Gibson carrying out groceries for customers.  Shortly before I left that job, Jimmie became a cashier.  This was before any computers or scanners, so one had to memorize the prices of items and punch them in on a cash register key board.  I was amazed at how quickly Jimmie picked it up, like it was no big deal.  I was forever impressed by this feat!

11/13/18 10:16 AM #4    

Kenneth Bledsoe

     My friendship with Jim started as 7th graders at Wilson Jr. High in Albuquerque.  We also worked together as sackers and stockers at a supermarket on Gibson Blvd.                                                               During that time we cruised the streets of Albuquerque, went on many fishing trips to Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado.                                                                                                                                   Our families spent time together in Hawaii and Glacier National Park in Montana and visits with them at their mountain home at Vallecito Lake, Colorado.                                                                                       He was always a close friend and we will miss him.

Ken and Phyllis Bledsoe

Fort Collins, Colorado 



11/13/18 05:01 PM #5    

Elaine Weinshenker (Keaton)

This is very sad.

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