Annie Mae Bradley, a native of the Toddtown community and a resident of Jackson, traded time for eternity on Sept. 27, 2020 at Saad Hospice Inpatient Facility in Mobile. Annie was born to the late Mr. Clarence Campbell Sr. and the late Mrs. Clara Mae Campbell on Nov. 30th, 1954. She was 66 years of age.
Annie enjoyed spending time with her beloved family, fishing and dancing.
In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Thomas F. Bradley Sr.; two daughters, Teresa and Victoria Bradley; one son, Thomas D. Bradley; three sisters, Amanda Portis, Blythia Campbell and Clarice Campbell; one brother, Benjamin Campbell; one nephew, Joseph Foster; and godmother, Willie Mae Gamble.
She leaves to cherish her memories seven loving and devoted daughters, Lida Campbell of Grove Hill, Tammy Bradley of Jackson, Shirley (Michael) Saucier of Murfreesboro, Tenn., Patricia (De-Andre) Portis of Toddtown, Jennifer (Antoin) McMillian of Grove Hill, Barbara Bradley of Morvin and Mary (Eric Sr.) Bracy of Saraland; six brothers, Sollie Campbell of Jackson, Clarence Campbell of Fulton, Chester Campbell of Toddtown, Arthur Kentucky, Nathaniel Campbell and Moses Campbell, all of Bakersfield, Calif.; 11 granddaughters, Mykeyia Campbell and Jaliyah Fail, both of Grove Hill, Ebony Pugh of Toddtown, Jada Page of Montgomery, Matisha Dunigan and Ashante Dunigan, both of Morvin, Tykeidra Dunigan of Tuscaloosa, La’Miyah Bradley and Erika Bracy, both of Saraland, ShaKorria Bradley and Tomorra Law, both of Jackson; six grandsons, James Morris and Davion Fail, both of Grove Hill, Eric Bracy Jr. of Saraland, Jason West of Jackson, Ja’Vontae Bradley of Toddtown and Lamarion Dunigan of Morvin; and eight great-grandchildren, A‘Nylah Campbell, Autumn Campbell, Da’Vari Fail, Camille Henderson, Collin Pressley, Sha’Renity Collins, Riley Tate (unborn) and Maliyah McGrew (unborn); one godsister, Mary Gamble of Mobile; with a host of nieces, two devoted, Tienease Campbell and Lakisha Campbell, nephews, other relatives and friends. Annie had six devoted friends, Barry Trudell, Janice DuBose, Loula DuBose, John Todd, and Wilma and Mary Todd.
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