David Lee Bradford, 55, of McRae, passed away unexpectedly on Thursday, February 22, 2018 in Searcy. He was born on January 27, 1963 to the late James Bradford and Muril Pate Bradford.
He is survived by his sister Rebecca Summerville, and brothers James D, Paul, and Barney. His children with Diana Bradford, daughter Tabitha Dauzat (Keith), son David Bradford II (Jessica) and seven grandchildren, Alayna, Keithen, Trinity, Olivia, Sophia, Wyatt, and Isabelle. Fiancé, Jennifer Neal and kids Emily, Matthew, Nathan, and Christian.
A family hosted memorial will be held on a later date.
Cremation Arrangements are under the trusted direction of A Natural State Funeral Service, 2620 West Main Street, Jacksonville, Arkansas, 72076. 501-982-3400
We are praying the Lords peace and comfort for your family. We love you
My heart hurts for everyone. Prayers and love!! I will always remember the great times we had growing up.
Rest in peace!
So sorry for your loss. Love you all and praying for you
We’ll miss you very much dad. We love you.
You will be sorely missed my friend. Prayers of comfort and peace for your family. Rest In Peace brother.
Forever in our hearts.
he is gone too soon. our hearts go out to his family and friends.
ellen and george
We are so deeply sorry for the loss you have experienced. Know that God is your strength, and the love of family and friends will bring the comfort to sustain you during this time. With much love,
God bless him
We are so sorry for your loss. Sending lots of prayers for your family is this time of mourning. If you need anything, don’t hesitate to ask. Love you guys.
Only knew him during my time at JM. He was helpful to me.
We at Stallion Transportation Group have lost more than a employee he was our friend. David would come in the office and shake everyone’s hand and ask how they were doing. This was a common practice for David even when is plate was full and running over. As a employee you could not ask for any better. He was a true definition of a “Professional Truck Driver”. We will miss David but he will not be forgotten. We will honor David by placing a plaque in our office in remembrance of him. We have only done this for two other employees in our twenty six year history.
President & CEO
Stallion Transportation Group
Thank you Butch I know David loved working there and spoke about all of you all the time. Thank you for treating him like family and honoring him with the plaque.
Rebecca, Davids sister
Dear David and Jessica, So sorry for your loss. Love you both, Aunt Renae
God Bless His Soul❤️🙏
Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. May the Lord watch over you and keep you in comfort and solice. Amen