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Obituary for Phillip Wade Bradley February 27, 1940 – November 9, 2020: Globe Funeral Chapel

Mr. Phillip Wade Bradley, age 80, of Olive Hill, Kentucky, passed away Monday afternoon, November 9, 2020, at St. Claire Healthcare in Morehead, Kentucky.

He was born February 27, 1940, in Carter County, Kentucky, a son of the late Ora and Ethel Rice Bradley.

Phillip was of the Church of God faith and retired from Kentucky Electric Steel Mill. He enjoyed going to church, fishing, telling jokes and spending time with his family.

In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by three brothers, John Landon Bradley, Vernon Bradley, and Clyde Bradley, and three sisters, Audra Fultz, Gladys Arnett and Velma Tackett.

Phillip is survived by his wife of 59 years, Catherine Porter Bradley; one son, Phillip Wayne Bradley of Olive Hill, Kentucky; seven daughters, Marcia Zuppo of Girard, Ohio, Mary Greenhill, Glenna Jent, Lisa Wagoner, Rachel Bradley, and Sue Stevens, all of Olive Hill, Kentucky, and Patty Kilgore of Emerson, Kentucky; 22 grandchildren; 20 great grandchildren. He also leaves many other family members and friends who will sadly miss him.

A private graveside service will be held at the Bradley Cemetery with Brother Bobby Day officiating.

Phillip’s family will serve as pallbearers.

Due to COVID-19 regulations, we ask that you wear a mask and practice social distancing.

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