Billy Sloan Bradbery, Jr

In Loving Memory of Billy Sloan Bradbery, Jr. passed away Wednesday, March 4, 2015. He was born August 29, 1950 in Pasadena, Texas, the son of Bill and Betty (Prichard) Bradbery. Billy was united in marriage with Diana Lynn Dare. He had served in the United States Air Force Reserve and was retired from a lifelong career in sales. He will be missed by his: parents, Bill and Betty Bradbery; wife, Diana Dare Bradbery; daughter, Reagan Bradbery; son, Devin Bradbery; three granddaughters, Talis, Aivlynn, and Cynthia; sister, Brenda Thompson and niece, Heather Thompson. In Lieu of flowers memorial may be made to the charity of your choice.


  1. Rest in Peace Billy. Thanks for all the good times on the water and for being a great neighbor and friend.

    Kent Talbot
  2. We’ll miss you friend

    Paul Thornton
  3. We love you Billy. Rest well.

    Linda and Marshall

    Linda Johnston
  4. Sleep peacefully Billy, God is by your side.

    Brenda Turk
  5. Rest in Peace, Billy. You will be remembered in our minds and in our hearts.

    Don and Judy Bailey
  6. Billy was Billy,
    A good man, a good friend.
    I am happy and blessed to have known him.

  7. Diana, my love to you at this difficult time. You had two precious years with Billy. Know that you gave him a great love and he in return. Billy will be with you always in your thoughts and little signs from him will appear unexpectantly as he is now your guardian angel.

    Aunt Mary

    Mary Cloud
  8. Thinking of you, Billy, your family, friend’s and all those who knew and loved you. Rest in peace Billy. God bless you and yours.


    Patti Jeffcoat Farnkoff

  9. So sorry for your loss. My heartfelt condolences to the family. Words cannot express the pain we feel when we lose those we love. My prayer is that you may find comfort through God’s word, the Bible.(Isaiah 25:8) May you have peace duo g this time of great loss.

  10. Although I had not seen Billy in many years, I recall lots of good times and great conversations. He was a kind man with a huge heart. I know he will be missed by all that knew him. I wish his family peace.
    Beverly Ballon

    Beverly Ballon
  11. My condolences to Diana and children, Billie’s parents and Brenda. Billy was one of my original neighborhood childhood buddies and playmates. We learned how to pole vault in Billy’s backyard, play home run derby at Strawberry park, tear up the grass in the Frank’s front yard playing football, and he was my first business partner mowing lawns for $2.00 a yard. I am deeply saddened to hear of his passing, but will always cherish the wonderful childhood memories with Billy. Love ya buddy!!

    Jay Baker

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