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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Sonya M. Bradford

1968 - 2021

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Mrs. Sonya Michelle Bradford affectionately known as "Shell" transitioned to be with the Lord on March 17, 2021 at her home in Swainsboro, Georgia after an extended illness. Sonya was born on January 28, 1968 to the parentage of James Strowbridge and Barbara Jordan-Strowbridge of Wadley, Georgia.

Sonya was a graduate of Louisville High School class of 1987. In May of 1990, she married Kelvin Bradford. She was a graduate of Swainsboro Technical College, East Georgia College, and South Georgia College of Nursing. She loved her career as a registered nurse and enjoyed serving others.

She leaves to cherish her husband of thirty years Kelvin Bradford of Swainsboro, Georgia, her sons Rashad (Keara) Bradford of Junction City, Kansas and Martavious Bradford of Warner Robins, Georgia. She also leaves her two grandchildren Rashad Alan Matthews of Baxley, Georgia and Kearrie Bradford Junction City, Kansas.
She also leaves her three siblings Veronica (Sherman) Meardith of Grovetown, Georgia, James (Catina) Strowbridge of Statesboro, Georgia and Jeremy Strowbridge of Grovetown, Georgia and a host of uncles, aunts, and cousins.
 

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Veronica McIntyre

March 29, 2021 2:02 AM

Dear Bradford, Strowbridge, Jordan Families.
    We are stunned; we had no idea Sonja was ill.  We are very sorry for your loss.  It is our loss, too.  Many of us expected her to outlive us.  She is in the best hands of all, Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Sonja belongs to Him.  We believe rest and peace are now hers.  As teenagers, Sonya and Veronica came to visit us. They were so kind and gentle.  We talk about it when we think of them.  Certainly with her personality, through God, she found her purpose.--to save lives by taking care of people. Our deepest sympathy and heartfelt compassion are extended to her family and friends. God Bless, Love. The Strobridge Family in Virginia

Lyndia, Tangie & Aleshia

March 24, 2021 12:12 PM

Words fail to express our deepest sorrow for your loss.
“Death creates a hole that no one can fill, but love creates a memory that no one can steal”.
Sending Love and Sympathy
Lyndia, Tangie & Aleshia

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Dedrie & Dennis Matthews

March 22, 2021 10:58 PM

Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts
Dedrie & Dennis Matthews

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Brittany Underwood

March 22, 2021 9:41 PM

I had the pleasure to work with mrs. Sonya a couple of years ago! She was an amazing nurse!! She will definitely be missed!

Nakia

March 22, 2021 9:35 PM
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My deepest sympathy. I meet Sonya in RN college and we were friends ever since. With us being 2 hours away from each other, we did not see each other a lot but kept in touch by text and phone calls. Sonya was always the same. Always laughing and smiling. She always say “we can met in Statesboro, it’s only about 50 miles for me”. I always laughed because she always said miles verses time. She was a caring and loving person. I will miss my friend. God bless Kelvin and family. Give them comfort.
Nakia

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