Rob Bradford Obituary, Partner Of Cherry Red Records Has Sadly Passed

Rob Bradford Death

Rob Bradford Death, Obituary – We were left with a feeling that could only be defined as complete and absolute shock paired with an overwhelming sense of loss when we learnt of Rob Bradford’s passing over the weekend. We were left with a feeling that we were left with could only be described as complete and absolute shock. His enthusiasm for everything Meek-related was unparalleled, and the unfathomable sense of accomplishment he felt while amassing the Tea Chest Tapes is something that will never be able to be duplicated; he will be sorely missed.

His contributions to the Tea Chest Tapes will also never be able to be replaced. Additionally, his contributions to the Tea Chest Tapes will never be able to be replicated by anybody else’s efforts. The members of his family and the many friends he leaves behind are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Please be assured that we are keeping you and your family in our thoughts and prayers.

Brad’s family includes his wife, Kerri (Dealy) Francis of Katy, Texas; his step-sons Tucker Clay and Keaton Clay, both of Waxahachie, Texas; his sons Robert (Kepler) Francis and Bowman Francis, both of Katy, Texas; his father, Robert (Bob) Francis; his mother, Claudia Francis; his sister Catherine Francis de Moxo and her husband Antonio Moxo of Madrid, Spain; and his niece Claudia Francis. All of these

Brad’s life now includes the Kappa Sigma Iota brothers who, during the course of his time spent as a member of that fraternity, he has grown to become close with. These brothers are now an important and crucial part of Brad’s life. They are the only people in his life who have been there for him for a longer period of time or on a more consistent basis than anybody else, and as a consequence of this, we feel a tremendous sense of gratitude and affection for them. Consequently, we have been there for him.

A memorial service will be held on Saturday, June 4, 2022 at 10:30 a.m. in the Forest Garden part of Our Lady of the Rosary Cemetery in celebration of the extraordinary life that Brad Francis lived. This service will take place in honor of Brad Francis. Located at 330 Berry Lane in Georgetown, Texas 78626, this portion of the cemetery can be reached by driving there. We would count it as a great honor if you could join us in this endeavor, and we look forward to meeting you there. Your participation in this activity would be greatly appreciated by us.

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