This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Lawrence Bradley Jr, 72 years old, born on October 22, 1948, and passed away on July 22, 2021. We will remember him forever.
August 6, 2021
August 6, 2021
Gone but not forgotten! REST IN PEACE♡

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August 6, 2021
August 6, 2021
Gone but not forgotten! REST IN PEACE♡
His Life
Lawrence E. Bradley Jr age 72, passed away on the morning of July 22. He was surrounded by the love of his daughter and grandchildren and the compassion of the Hospice of Cincinnati staff. A Zoom online memorial will be held on Saturday, August 7th at 11am. 
He was preceded in death by his parents, Lawrence Sr. and Dorothy (Carter) Bradley, his sisters Irma Jean Haney and Mary Clark, his son's Peter Lance and Lawrence Christopher and his wife Judy Ann (Gray). Larry is survived by his son Thaddeus Leslie (Tiffany), his widowed daughter-in-law Crystal (Peter), his daughter Helen Lyndsay and grandchildren Torrie, Trevor, Ezra, Elizabeth, Elijah, Dorothy, Joshua, Christopher, Jamel and Alexa.  He is also survived by brothers Cornelius (Bessie) and Ralph and numerous nieces and nephews.
Lawrence was born and raised in Natchez, Mississippi and received his baccularate of arts from the University of Wisconsin Madison. He served his country in the Army National Guard. A dedicated professional banker, Larry worked at several financial institutions for more than 40 years. He also owned Riverbend Consults, a small company helping small businesses fund and  navigate  through the start-up process.
Larry always lent his business talents to his community and church. He was a golf enthusiast and enjoyed traveling. Larry also enjoyed spending time with his friends, family and grandchildren who brought him so much joy. 
The family would like to thank W.E. Lusain Funeral Home for their service and care for our father.
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February 23, 2022
I just learned today the sad news of the passing of Larry last summer.  I was an employee of Larry’s in Cincinnati in the mid-nineties and so enjoyed working for and with him.  Larry was a terrific banker, leader and friend, whowas at once smart, kind and funny.  I’ve never forgotten the clever and funny line he would deliver with a big smile: “Never let the facts get in the way of a good story”!  I miss him.

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