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Bradfield Bradfield Dwann Duanice (Jackson) Bradfield died Tuesday, March 8, 2011.

She was born May 31, 1970, to Larry N. Jackson Sr. and Sandra (Howard) Jack- son.

Mrs. Bradfield was a 1989 graduate of Rockdale High School and a 1991 graduate of ITT Technical Institute. She moved to Bryan and attended Texas A& M Universit y, receiving a bachelor of science degree in rural and public health. She continued her education via graduate school at the University of North Dakota, pursing a master in forensic science.

Mrs. Bradfield embraced the Lord and united with Lily of the Valley COGIC. She was a member of the sanctuary choir, praise team, licensed missionar y, Y WCC and Missionary Circle. While in North Dakota, she worshipped at Gospel Ministry COGIC, serving as a member of Pastor’s Aid and as director of youth and choir.

She married Steve Bradfield Jr. on April 8, 2006, in Grand Fork, North Dakota.

Mrs. Bradfield returned to Rockdale in November 2009, then relocated to Bryan were she was employed by St. Joseph Hospital and Mental Health Mental Retardation in Bryan.

She was preceded in death by a daughter, Sondra M. Jackson; her father’s parents, William and Seewillow Jackson; and her mother’s father, Elvie Howard Sr.

Survivors include her husband, Steve Bradfield, and son, Tayron Jackson, of Br yan; her parents, Larry Sr. and Sandra Jackson; three brothers, Tommie Booker-Jackson (Dione), Larry Jackson Jr. (Amy) and Tyrone Jackson (fiancé Shanita); two go sisters, Vicky Miller and Aja Jack- son; two foster children, Ricky and Marissa Williams; two godsons, Tito Santoya of Bryan and Marcus Cruz of North Dakota; and her spiritual mother, Barbara Henry; also, aunts, uncles and a host of relatives and friends.


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