Bradley Jay Spencer

Bradley Jay Spencer

Sep 26, 1960 - Dec 22, 2019
N. Chesterfield

Bradley Jay Spencer

Sep 26, 1960 - Dec 22, 2019
N. Chesterfield

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Bradley Jay Spencer, 59, of N. Chesterfield, VA changed his membership from the church militant to church triumphant on December 22, 2019. Brad is survived by his beloved wife Toni H. Spencer; mother Lorraine T. Spencer; brother Chad Spencer; and many uncles, aunts, and cousins. He is also survived by two aunts by marriage in TN. He is predeceased by his father James A. Spencer; grandparents James C. & Dot Spencer. Brad was a graduate of Thomas Dale High School and V.P.I. He enjoyed learning every day, music, dancing, playing the violin, and sang with a beautiful baritone voice. Brad also had a dry sense of humor and an amazing memory. He was a hardworking and faithful employee of VADPOR. He will be greatly missed by his love Toni and his mom, but he is now playing in heaven with his basset hound Chester. Services private. Memorial contributions may be made in his name to Beulah United Methodist Church, 6930 Hopkins Rd. N. Chesterfield, VA 23234.

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3 responses to Bradley Jay Spencer

  1. We were so sorry to hear of Brad’s death. Our thoughts and prayers are with Toni, Lorraine, Chad and the entire family.

  2. I am deeply saddened by the loss of Brad at such a young age. He had been one of my 4th grade students at Salem Church Elementary School. Brad was intelligent, creative and delightfully humorous. I’m glad I had the opportunity to let Brad know how much I enjoyed teaching him. My heartfelt sympathy goes out to his loved ones.

  3. Brad was in orchestra with me. He was a wonderfully kind person and had a great sense of humor. Several of us made senior regional orchestra one year and travelled to Norfolk for the weekend. Brad and Andy drove together. On they way home, they got confused by the road signs for the Chesapeake Bay Bridge Tunnel and the Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel(pretty sure they aren’t the only ones😏 who have made that goof). They ended up over in Cape Charles. They spent the last of their cash to pay the toll over there and then Brad had to sell his CB radio to get home! On Monday in Orchestra, they told the whole story as a great grand adventure! Schiele laughed so hard I thought he was going to hyperventilate! I hope You all are comforted by many warm and happy memories of your time together.

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