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Adam Shane Bradford

Dover, Delaware

November 21, 2016

Age Military Rank Unit/Location
45 Army  

 

 

Adam Shane Bradford
September 05, 1971 - November 21, 2016

Adam Shane Bradford, age 45, died Monday, November 21, 2016 in Dover. Mr. Bradford was born in Ashland, Kentucky and is the son of Paul Boughner of Indiana and Carla (Bradford) Clester of Kentucky.

Adam honorably served our country in the Army branch of the United States Military. He bravely fought in the Iraq War. Adam went to school for Wastewater Treatment and worked as an operator at Clean Delaware and later Kent County Levy Court Facility. He was employed as a Chef at many reputable restaurants in Rehoboth, Dewey and Bethany Beach.
Adam had a love for all sports and could rattle off statistics with the best of them. He especially was known for his never-ending support as a loyal fan to the Washington Redskins, which he shared with his son, Brendon. Adam had a generous, helpful heart and loving spirit towards everyone he met. He is known for his kindness, bright smile, and contagious laugh. He was courageous and proud to be a veteran for our country. However, Adamís most proud accomplishment in his life were his children, whom he dearly adored with undying love. 

In addition to his parents and stepfather Ronald Clester, Adam is survived by one daughter: Miranda Robbins and two sons: Brendon A. Bradford of Selbyville and Seth G. Bradford of Lewes. Also, Adam is survived by brother Christopher Hutchinson, sister in-law AnnaLisa, and niece, Anna, all of Germany.

A mass of Christian Burial will be held on Monday, November 28, 2016 at St. Lukeís Catholic Church in Ocean City, Maryland at 11am. Burial will be in Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Millsboro. 

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Adamís memory to Home of the Brave, Veteranís Homeless Shelter in 6632 Sharps Rd. Milford, DE. 19963 (homeofthebravefdn.org)

Condolences may be sent by visiting www.bishophastingsfh.com
Jennifer of Wheeler
December 09, 2016

Thank you to all for your kind words of comfort , loving prayers and support. Adam was an important person in my life for the past 16 years. We share a wonderful son together. He loved us and we loved him very much. We will continue to pray for Adam and ask that you all continue to pray too for Adam' s soul and our grief. Prayers for each of you for peace and comfort to know that we will meet again in heaven through our Lord Jesus Christ. Thank you for sharing your thoughts and stories. I like the football memories Scott Frasure!! Keep and cherish the kindness, love, smiles, laugh, and happy memories that Adam gave us!!! God bless, xoxo
Scott Frasure of Winchester, KY
November 28, 2016

God Speed Adam, For those of you who only knew Adam as an adult let me tell you a little about his youth. I played football with him as a kid. In fact he was the starting fullback on a team that went undefeated in 1983 and 84. The Redskins. He was a monster who ALWAYS got the first down. Also, Yes he was a big fan of the Washington Redskins just like we all were in 1982-84. I would venture to say our JFL team was the reason he was a lifelong fan of the Redskins. Sorry to hear this news.
Leah Hogsten of formerly of Flatwoods, KY
November 28, 2016

I remember Adam fondly from our time together in school. He was very genuine. As his obituary reads, "Adam had a generous, helpful heart and loving spirit towards everyone he met...known for his kindness, bright smile, and contagious laugh" is exactly how I remember him as a teenager. My sincere condolences to Adam's family, friends and loved ones.
Michael Sansom of Flatwoods,Kentucky
November 27, 2016

I'm sorry to hear the news of Adamns passing I want to leave my deepest condolences to the family.Adamn was a nice young man friend and teammate at RHS he will be missed.

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