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Kathy Beard Bradley

Kathy Bradley pic croppedKathy Beard Bradley, age 63, of Austonio, passed away Tuesday, March 9, 2021 in the Crockett Community Care Center. She was born April 6, 1957 in Crockett to parents, Easter Beard and Dorothy Dyches Beard. Kathy was a caregiver for many years and attended the Westside Baptist Church.

Kathy is survived by sister, Sharon Hamilton and husband, Roy of Austonio; brothers, Ronald Beard and wife, Karrissa of Fischer, William Beard and wife, Lorna of Leander; step-mother, Patricia Beard of Leander; niece, Miranda Lasiter and husband, Cliff of Slocum; nephew, Jesse Wayne Hamilton and wife, Christina of Austonio; great-nieces, Laney and Marlee Lasiter of Slocum, Lacey Hamilton of Montgomery, Ashley Stone and husband, Brian of Portsmouth, RI; great-great-nieces, Remi and Harper Stone of Portsmouth, RI; special cousins, Dina Herrera and husband, Poncho of Crockett, Debbie Bennett and husband, Gary of Austin; many aunts, uncles and other relatives. She was preceded in death by momma, Dorothy Dyches Beard; daddy, Easter Beard; grandma, Rena Dyches; granddaddy, K. P. Dyches.

Funeral services for Kathy Beard Bradley will be held at 1:00 p.m. Sunday, March 14, 2021 in the Callaway-Allee Memorial Chapel, with Cliff Lasiter officiating. Interment will follow in the Creek Cemetery.

Visitation will be held Saturday evening from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Callaway-Allee Funeral Home.

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  1. Kathy had such a wonderful sense of humor and a delightful laugh. I would tell her jokes so I could hear that laugh. She was loving and thoughtful. When she ate with us, she would often tell me what a good cook her sister, Sharon is. It got so that when she was going to have a meal with us, I would say “I know this isn’t as good as Sharon’s, but here it is anyway.” She had so much empathy. On her last day on this earth she apologized to everyone that came in to see her. She knew her death would cause us pain and tears and she didn’t want that for us. She was a sweet, sweet woman and I’m glad she was in my life.

  2. Kathy, you are my cousin and best friend. Memories of us as as little girls playing, of teenagers riding around listening to music, I will cherish forever. I will miss you…

  3. No matter how many years had pasted in between visits, Kathy always had warm and welcoming greeting. She knew how to keep a conversation going. She had a keen sense of humor and a great laugh that she didn’t hesitate to share. I always enjoyed her company.

  4. Kathy you will be missed. Your beautiful smile, infectious laugh and enthusiasm for life was so enjoyable. I love you and glad you are no longer sick. I know mom was glad to see you.

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