TeJuan Deon Lamont Bradley, Sr.

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TeJuan L. Bradley, Sr., 47 years old, went home to be with the Lord peacefully on January 3, 2023 at Springfield Regional Medical Center surrounded by his loving family and friends. He was born on March 20, 1975, the son of Isaac Jones and Brenda (Bradley) Cobb in Springfield, OH.

TeJuan loved cars, dogs, fishing, and the outdoors regardless of the season. His greatest love was his children. Although he was big in size, he was a gentle giant at heart and a respectful man. You couldn’t tell him he wasn’t a Casanova. After he lost his eyesight in 2001, he gained a greater appreciation for listening to music and there was never a dull moment around him.

Around 2005, following his lengthy road to recovery, he was baptized at Restored Life Ministries.

Prior to the accident, he spent a great deal of time training his dogs. Before the accident he wouldn’t talk to you if he didn’t know you but following the accident he would have a conversation with anyone. TeJuan was and still is his one and only sister’s “Protector”.

TeJuan’s precious memory will be cherished by his loving parents; Dale and Brenda Cobb, sons; TeJuan L. Bradley, Jr., Trevon Evans, Tramon Evans all of Springfield, OH and Milan McKelvey of Panama City Beach, Fl., his one and only loving daughter; Nala Bradley of Springfield, OH, two grandsons; Braden Jewels and Ciroc Evans, his sister affectionately known as her brother’s keeper, his eyes, and his best friend; Tiffany Cobb of Springfield OH; one nephew; TeAirin Walker, two great nieces; Erynn Walker and Serenity Walker, special cousins; Duncan (Elaina) Bradley Jr. and Alvin Cobb Jr., and a host of cousins, aunts, uncles and friends. Also special friends; Ryan Long, Sr., Eddie White, and William Thomas, Jr.

TeJuan was preceded in death by his grandparents; Cleophus and Tena Howard, two cousins; Deantra Bradley and Ella (Nikki) Mays.


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Condolence Messages

  1. Rest Easy TeJuan

    Love Aunt Lisa

  2. We can’t begin to imagine what you are feeling, but please let us share Our heartfelt condolences. In times of distress we need comfort that soothes the heart. May the peace of God guard your heart. Thinking of you all.

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