Sherry Lynn Bradley
April 26, 1960 ~ July 16, 2010
Athena, Oregon - Sherry Lynn Bradley, 50, died July 16, 2010, at her home.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Mountain View-Colonial DeWitt, 1551 Dalles Military Road, Walla Walla, Washington.
A memorial service will be next spring in Sacramento, California where the rest of her family lives.
Sherry was born April 26, 1960, in Oceanside, California, to Claude Hilton and Patricia Eldean Phillips Bradley. In 1993 she and William Todd Adair were married in Reno, Nevada. Sherry worked as a care giver until she became ill.
Sherry was a loving mother, wife and grandmother. She had a huge heart and always took care of everyone around her, taking them in and feeding them. Sherry was a care giver from the age of 19 until the last person she cared for passed away in 2007. The people she took care of were like family to her. She touched many hearts and will always be loved and missed by all of us. She was a very strong, understanding and compassionate woman. She loved family, the outdoors, all animals (especially horses). She enjoyed all music including Janis Joplin. She was a very brave woman when she was diagnosed in October of 2009 with Lymphoma (a cancer she had for many years) and then found out she had lung cancer as well. Sherry loved everything peaceful and her life was all about her family. She was a loving big sister and was always there for her siblings. She enjoyed sneaking away to the casino and fishing with her husband, Billy.
Sherry is survived by her husband, William Adair, her son, Robert Wayne Bradley; her daughter, Brandy Marie Bradley; three sisters, Sandra Rieff, Terry Korte and Tamatha Korte; a brother, Fred Korte; three grandchildren, Robert, Samantha and Johnathan Bradley; her grandmother, Lorene Sisson; and two un- cles, Ronnie Joe Anderson and Fred Chinsworth; numerous nieces and nephews, great nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her mother, Patricia Danley; her father, Claude Bradley; her grandfather, RJ Phillips and her last patient, Charles Kverno.
Friends may write memories and sign the online guestbook at www.mountainview-colonialdewitt.com.