Antoine Bradley


Antoine Ramon Bradley Sr. was born into this world on April 11, 1979, to Cheryl Yvonne Bradley and Larry smith. When Antoine lost two of his children it caused him to be broken hearted which led to his heart failure. Antione earned his heavenly wings and joined Jerea and Antoine Jr. October 15, 2022.

Antione would love to talk about going on long car rides in the evening with his grandmother and grandfather as a kid. Antoine grew up on the Northside of Columbus and took pride in where he came from. He attended East High School. He was a Family man and took so much pride in all of his children and enjoyed spending time with them all together. He used to have his kids walk on his back all the time. I believe that was one of his ways of spending some one-on-one time with them as well as a reason to give them snacks. His daughter Winnie used to call him babe instead of Dad. He enjoyed going on family outings and attending family functions. Antoine enjoyed cooking and was amazing at it. When Antoine was not being truthful his nose would flare up and he would try to hide his sneaky grin. Despite how the world has changed through technology he loved his DVD’s and CD’s. Antoine’s kids always talked about his feet, and he would tell the story about when he wanted some LA Gears as a kid and they were too small but he still would wear them and they messed up his feet.

Fearing the lord means to be in worship of his holiness, to give him complete worship and to honor him as the God of great glory, majesty, purity, and power.

God’s relentless, loyal love arrives in Jesus, and his affection for us drives him to give us the ultimate act of loyal love in his life, death, and resurrection.

Antione was a man of God no matter the situation he relied on God through prayer. He gave his life to the Lord as a child and continued to walk by that Faith throughout his life. Antoine prayed every night before bed and in the morning before he got out of bed. Always blessed his food before meals and would watch to see if the others he was eating with were doing the same. Antoine was married on February 9, 2011. Throughout his marriage he worked on leading his wife to the Lord. As well as his daughter Jerea, he answered many questions from Jerea about the magic man in the sky as Jerea would say. Antoine won the battle as he and his family decided to join Resurrection Power Church of God in Christ.

Antione was preceded in death by his daughter, Jerea Ford-Bradley; son, Antione Bradley Jr; father, Larry Smith; grandmother, Shirley Bradley; nephews, Dyonte Morgan, Breon Kelly, and Kenneth Turner; sister-in-law, Resheena Childs; and uncles, Bernard Bradley and Randy Bradley.

Antoine is survived by his mother, Cheryl Bradley; wife, Twylia Bradley; daughters, Teriana Sparks-Bradley, Knakyla Bradley, and Sanah “Winnie” Ford; sons, Da’sean Sparks-Bradley and Le’Marion Williams; stepchildren, Jerome Ayers, Terika Sparks, Shylia Ford, and Xylia Ford; grandson, Chase “Baby Chase” Sparks; sisters, Deshawn “Nikki” Bradley, Kia Smith, Lynnette Green, and Delia Newsome; brothers, Desmar Woods, Dawayne Bradley, David (Deandra) Smith, and Juan Green; aunt, Rosalind “Aunt Niecy” (Patrick) Bradley-Goodwin; uncle, Dennis (Tubi Hughes) Bradley; bestfriends, Paul Spinner, Nathaniel Galloway, Rock, and Bernard; special friend, Kesha Brown; and a host of cousins and friends.

Visitation 1:00pm and Funeral 2:00pm Wednesday, October 26, 2022 at MARLAN GARY FUNEARL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE NORTH, 2500 Cleveland Ave


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Condolence Messages

  1. Celeste Benjamin

    To The Beloved Family and Loved , I send My Condolences. Words can not express my sadness but I love Y’all and pray for strength and guidance for All of Us.

  2. We would like to extend our condolences to the family.
    May God comfort you through his word the Bible and the gift of prayer. With caring thoughts.

  3. Sending My Prayers and Condolences to the Bradley Family.. I pray God Comfort and Minister Grace in this time of Sorrow..Antoine Rest with Jesus ❤️

  4. Love you Cousin you may be Gone but never forgotten get your rest up there my Guy and make sure you tell my brother an nephew I said what’s up Rest In Paradise

  5. Mrs. Janice Powel

    Sending my Condolences to the Bradley family. May God Comfort in your time of bereavement..

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