Jacquelyn Bradley

Jacquelyn “Jackie” Bradley was born to Maggie Lash and William R. Lash Sr. in Columbus, Ohio on August 16, 1946. On August 17, 2019, “God saw you were getting tired, and a cure was not to be, so he put his arms around you, and whispered, Come to Me.”

Jackie attended Columbus public schools and was 1964 graduate of Marion Franklin High School. She was employed with Lucent Technologies for 25 years as a production technician. In 2000 Jackie reconnected with her husband Robert Bradley and they married in 2006.

Jackie loved the Lord and accepted Jesus Christ as her savior in her early years. She loved the word of God and witness to those who did not have a relationship with the Lord. She was a faithful and devoted member of Victory Deliverance Church for 35 years where she was a member of Mother Sanders Prayer Band. She was baptized in 1985 and served in various positions over her years of membership; the finance ministry, Sunday school teacher, children’s choir director, counseling young women and served as a Deaconess. She was also a graduate of the Bible Study Fellowship and returned for higher level of education. She was also a Real Estate Appraiser and continued in the career for a few years.
Jackie was very active in the Parents of Murdered Children (POMC) and the Respect My Life organization. She would also lobby for various gun control laws in memory of her 2 sons Rahim and Kahlief Tye Sr. Jackie was very active in her son’s sports and was known as the team mom. Her devotion transcended over to her grandchildren and how she supported them at their sporting events.

The heart of a loving mother makes room for more children and that’s what Jackie would do unconditionally. Anytime, there was a family gatherings’, church events, graduations, or family travels, you can count on Jackie being there. In fact, she’s usually the one who bounces the ideas off to you in hopes you’re “all in.” It gave Jackie great pleasure last year to have, a clown, food and a bouncing fun house in her back yard for her grand and great grandchildren. Family and Friends were welcomed, but that day was all about her grandchildren.

She truly loved her friends and family, and always spoke of her sons who unfortunately had an untimely death. Those boys were her heart, and if you were in her presence for any period of time, she would share fond memories of them. Before Jackie ended a phone call or departed from you, she would affectionally say “I love you more.”

Jackie was preceded in death by her grandparents Maggie Harris and Ike Anderson, Lillian Lash and William R. Lash. Sr, brother Gary Lash, sister Vickie Lash, and sons Rahim Tye and Kahlief Tye Sr.

Jackie leaves to cherish her memory; parents Maggie Lash & William R. Lash, Jr.; husband Robert E. Bradley; brother William (Kendall) Lash lV, sister Brenda (Daryl) Tucker; sons Kevin Wade & Larry (Charlanda) Wade; 8 grandchildren Antone’ Wade, Brittana Carthan, Lawrence Wade Jr, Derrick Wade, Kahlief Tye, Jr., Kaymionna Wade, K’Vion Wade & Keith Brown; God children Tiffany Adams, Amirah Adams & Andrew Adams; 8 great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and hosts of family and friends.

Visitation 10:00am and Funeral 11:00am Monday, August 26, 2019 at Victory Deliverance Church, 1718 Myrtle Ave.

Interment at Glen Rest Memorial Estates.

Condolence Messages

  1. Karen D. Peaks, then Secretary and Co-Founder

    On behalf of the former Northeast Athletic Association’s T-ball, Coaches’s Pitch and Baseball Program in the early 1990’s through 1997, we remember Sister Jackie. We will remember her smile, discipline, love and dedication to her children, the community children and those involved with making a difference in children’s lives. She will be a voice silenced, but her memories shall live forever.

    We leave our condolences and prayers for the family whom she loved dearly. Those in Christ, we will see her again, as she is just resting from her labors and obtaining her reward.

  2. To the family of Jackie Bradley, I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your mother and wife. I’ve known your mother and wife for more than five decades. I will continue to keep your family in my prayers. She was a wonderful and loving person. I would always tell her that I loved her and she would always respond with that she loved me more. She will truly be missed.

  3. Bradley Family my church family and I are praying for you all.

  4. Mr and Mrs Armond Dunlap and Family

    You have our condolences and prayers.From the Dunlap Family

  5. “Let not your heart be troubled: ye believe in God, believe also in me. In my Father’s house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you. And if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again, and receive you unto myself; that where I am, there ye may be also.” John 14: 1-3 KJV

    Whereas, we, the Women of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Incorporated – Delta Omicron Sigma Chapter, pause at this hour to pay our last respects to Jacquelyn Bradley, the stepmother of Chapter President Soror Denise Johnson of Delta Omicron Sigma chapter.

    Be it resolved that we express our deepest sympathy to your family, other relatives and friends. We say to the Bradley/Lash family and friends to hold onto God’s strength and faithfulness. “Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord from now on”. ”Yes, says the Spirit, they will rest from their labor, for their deeds will follow them.” Please know that the Women of Delta Omicron Sigma stand ready to offer any support at any time.

  6. Taushyia Britton

    Our deepest condolences for the loss of your beautiful gaurdian angel love Kevin and may you and the rest of your family be blessed with strength and peace praying always love

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