DUBLIN—Services for Billy Scott Bradley, 92, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, March 9, at the Double N Cowboy Church in Dublin. Burial will follow in the Barbee Cemetery. Visitation will be held from 6-8 p.m. Wednesday at Harrell Funeral Home.

Bill was born in Dublin to parents, Emmett Scott Bradley and Lula Loretta "Lou" (Williams) Bradley. 

At the age of 19 he served in the United States Navy near the end of WWII, and then returned to his hometown of Dublin. While working the family farm raising registered Holstein cattle with his father, Bill enjoyed a career in rodeo, competing in Tie Down Calf Roping as well as working as flagger and judge for many rodeos, including the famous Colburn Rodeo Bowl in Dublin.

At one of the rodeos she met Bobbie Jean Williams, who he later married on Dec. 6, 1958. They made a home in Dublin operating a successful dairy farm and raising Quarter Horse race horses, and raised two daughters, Terri and Luann, both of whom continued the family rodeo legacy.

Bill attended the Double N Cowboy Church with wife Bobbie, where he blessed the lives of everyone who knew him.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Scott and Lou Bradley; one brother, Emmett Bradley; and two sisters, Dortha Jurney and Peggy Jurney.

Bill is survived by his wife, Bobbie; two daughters, Terri Willingham and her husband Joe Willingham and their three sons, Scott with wife Kasi and daughters Landri and Brityn, Cole and Cade; and Luann Johnson with her husband Cody Johnson and their two daughters Bayli and Tori and son Clay; two brothers, Dean Bradley and Jerry Bradley; one sister Betty Hayes; along with a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends.

The family would like to welcome all who wish to donate in Bill's name to the Double N Cowboy Church, in lieu of flowers, please feel free to do so with their heartfelt gratitude and appreciation.