James Bradley Obituary, Death – James “Spook” Bradley was a Memphis Legend who played for the Memphis Tigers. He was known as “Spook.” He was commonly referred to as “Spook.” In addition to that, he was given recognition for his accomplishments by the Golden Wildcat Hall of Fame. We are deeply sorry to inform you of his demise; he was a member of all three organizations; our thoughts and prayers are with you and your loved ones during this trying time.
We are able to take delight in the fact that he was successful in collecting his flowers while he was here, and we are able to rejoice in the fact that he was able to get them while he was here. On the other hand, we are able to take satisfaction in the fact that he was able to get them while he was here. This is something that affords us the opportunity to take delight in. As a result of this, we are able to look back on the past with a feeling of satisfaction in having achieved something.
Throughout this trying time, we will continue to keep his family in our thoughts and prayers as much as we can, and we ask that you do the same. During this difficult time, we are keeping them in our thoughts and prayers. I will hope that, at some time in the not too distant future, he will be able to find the peace that he so justly deserves, and that he will be able to do so in a way that he can accept it. I will also pray that he will be able to do it in a way that will allow him to accept it.