Maude L. Bradley 52, of Pleasant Plains, died at 12: 50 pm, Tuesday, December 12, 2017 at St. John’s Hospital. She was born on May 20, 1965 to Gerald Dean (deceased) and Bernice Walters Bradley.
She is survived by her mother Bernice Bradley of Monticello; four siblings, Mary (Robert) Eilers of St. Louis, MO, Jane Lackie of Monticello, Michael (Cathie) Bradley of Loami and Rose Ann (Ray Beesley) Bradley of Edinburg; several nieces, nephews and cousins and her fur babies – Canine Companions, Samantha Jo, Jordan, Lucky and Jack and Feline Companions, Abbott, Bella, Bosco and Aspen.
She was preceded in death by one sister, Rebecca Mayfield; companion, Cindy Moore; one canine companion, Goofy and one feline companion, Costello.
Maude fulfilled her lifelong dream of becoming a truck driver and drove for over 25 years. She currently was a truck driver for H & M Trucking. She belonged to the Women In Trucking organization.
She was a member of Heartland Metropolitan Community Church.
Memorial Service: The family will host a memorial service at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Animal Protective League.
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Maude i never met u in person even tho we had a few opportunities to do so.....you were my online best friend for many years....my heart is broken knowing ill never get to hug you in person....rest in peace my friend....love you forever goofy girl...... :'(
Maude, I will forever miss our long talks, playing cards, and our laughs. Man could we make each other laugh, and Steph blush. My thoughts and prayers are with your sisters, brother, nirces and nephews. May you forever rest in heaven my dear sweet friend.
To My Dearest Best Friend Maude we had a lot of Good times you will Always Be in my heart forever you Were An Amazing Woman Who Loved being on the Road and seeing the Amazing Places you Never Seen You Are a Free Spirit All the Babies Loved you and the kids Adorned her I Love You My friend you were my Navagation When I Got Lost i will miss our Rummy Card playing and Watching Movies or Just go hang out and i will miss Cooking for you when I Knew You were Coming home off the Road You Loved Life So Much Rest Easy My Best friend Always We Will Meet Again I Love you Maude
I will miss you Maude. Rest in peace.
Jersey Tee (Tracy) posted on 12/23/17
Can't believe you are with the Lord, girl! You sure were a shining star on this side! Am so glad to have been able to share time on the road and even a few visits with you....and countless hours on the phone. Seems sad to me that the day you passed is the day I returned back out on the road! Am so glad you met the Lord and have gone to live with Him! That is you most important trip of them all! Am glad to have a new angel that knows the Road I am on! Will miss you and keep you in my heart always, kiddo. Big Hug! Seeya again someday...Good Lord willing' and the creek don't rise!!