Kenneth Wayne Bradshaw

Kenneth Wayne Bradshaw, of League City, passed away on Sunday, August 29, 2021 in Webster, Texas at the age of 53.

Kenny was born May 13, 1968 in Pasadena, Texas to Sammie Bradshaw & Fred Bradshaw Jr.  He graduated from Clear Lake High School at went on to get his BS in Computer Science.

He was preceded in death by his mother Sammie McFarland Bradshaw and loving grandparents.

Survived by parents Fred and Karen Bradshaw Jr, brothers Garlan and Kevin Bradshaw, sisters Kimberly Branch, Pam Branch, Stacey Bradshaw and Mary Bradshaw, nephew Corey Bradshaw and nieces Brittany Cruz and Jacqueline.

He worked as an Oracle DBA for several companies and for his own consultant firm. Kenny moved to Colorado and Oregon for work and eventually returned back home to Texas.

Kenny’s interests included time with friends, cycling, playing golf, fishing and enjoying all kinds of sports and traveling with family and friends. He most recently traveled to Cabo with friends and had a fantastic time. He loved to go on cruises with anyone that would go with him.

Kenny won awards for his famous chili recipe. He and Kevin would Team up, Kevin with his fajitas and Kenny with his chili. He was not that much of a cook as he got older.

Kenny enjoyed discussing Astrophysics with his nephew Corey and light-hearted topics with his niece Brittany. He loved to travel with his parents and was planning a big trip to the Florida Keys over Thanksgiving.

The family will receive friends on Thursday, September 2, 2021 at 9:00am with a Funeral Ceremony at 10:00am at Crowder Funeral Home, 1645 East Main, League City, Texas 77573.

Interment will follow at Forest Park East Cemetery in Webster, Texas.


  1. So very sorry for your loss. I remember Kenny trying to convince me to trade my Yankees hat for an Astros hat…he offered to buy! He loved his Astros.

    Our thoughts are with you during this trying time.

    Joe Cap & Peggy

    Joe Cap & Peggy
  2. We are so sorry for your loss.

    Joe Cap & Peggy
  3. I am so sorry for this loss. Kenny was such a great person. Peace to everyone.

    David Feller
  4. Charlotte and I, here in Georgia, would like to express our condolences for the loss of your son at such a young age. Give Fred a hug from us Cuz and tell him our thoughts are with him and you.

    Ron Theriot
  5. Very sorry to hear of your loss.

    Rich & Laurel Harrelson
  6. Karen and I here in North Carolina are so sorry for your loss. My children and I always remember the great times we had with the Bradshaw family in Texas and our prayers are with you at this very difficult time.

    Ken and Karen Harrelson
  7. I am so sorry to hear this. Kenny and I went to high school together and ended up working for Unisys in Clear Lake, and then I followed him to Colorado and to Nike in Beaverton. We hadn’t gotten together since he moved back to Houston, but I’m very sad to hear of his passing. He was good friend.

    Walter Robinson
  8. Fred and Karen. We are so sorry for your loss. My kids and I have such great memories of the times our families spent together years ago in Texas and a short time in Maryland. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family.

    Ken and Karen Harrelson
  9. I was so very sorry to hear of your loss. My prayers and thoughts are with the family.
    The Lord has a reason for all things.

    Barbara and Charles Floyd
  10. So sorry for the loss of Kenny. Bill and I enjoyed seeing him and his homes when we were in Texas visiting Philip and Margie. Kenny was the same age of our kids and we watched him grow up while visiting Sammie and Philip .Margie and Philip had just took us to see his latest beautiful home after he finished it. He sure had a good eye for decorating.we share all your sorrow and pray and take care thru this sad time GOD BLESS. Bill and Sandy Minix

    Bill and sandy minix
  11. Kenny, you will be missed by many. I enjoyed growing up as your friend and knowing your family.

    John Stone

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