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Mr. Henry Albert Bradshaw, Jr.
March 8, 1964 ~ August 30, 2023 (age 59) 59 Years Old
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Henry Albert Bradshaw, Jr. was born in Valhalla, New York to Henry A. Bradshaw, Sr. and Myrna Belton (Moore). He moved to South Carolina at a young age and attended school in Ruffin, South Carolina. He joined Buckhead United Methodist Church at an early age. His love of music developed throughout high school where he played the trombone. Upon graduating from Ruffin High School, he ventured out and enrolled at Howard University, majoring in Law, and was in the university’s marching band. He joined the Eta Omega Chapter of Kappa Kappa Psi, Fraternity in the Fall of 1984 (Sons of Genesis Line). After leaving Howard in 1984, he enlisted in the United States Army where he served for 11 years and received his degree. During this time, he honed in on his passion for Computer Engineering and Technology. After leaving the military, he settled in the Northern Virginia area where he raised his family and remained until his death.
He made his living as a private contractor for the DC Government and was a firm believer in living up to your potential and he valued hard work. He was an avid golfer and loved his New York Giants. Spending time with friends and those that loved him while sharing a deliciously cooked meal was a source of pride. You know he loved to grill and could burn in the kitchen!!
Preceding him in death: his father, Henry A. Bradshaw, Sr., wife, Sophina R. Bradshaw, brother-in-law, Henry L. Washington, II, and great-nephew, Greyson Haynes.
He leaves behind to cherish his memory, his three adult children, Deon S. Bradshaw of Pensacola, Florida, Jasmine B. Bradshaw and Tyler R. Bradshaw, both of Richmond, Virginia. His mother, Myrna B. Moore of Ruffin, South Carolina, sisters Vanessa I. J. Washington of Clarksville, Tennessee, and Raenel L. Moore of Spotsylvania, Virginia; nephews: Henry L. Washington, III, Ja’ir R. Clark, and Qamar A. Clark; nieces: Erica J. Holliday, Tanicia B. Haynes, and Peyton S. Brown, two great nephews: Gavin Fosmoe and Koda Haynes, a great niece: Bailey-Rae Haynes and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins (on both sides), friends, and brothers and sisters in love. Special thanks to his cousins Kenny, Delvonia, Genevre’, Mildred, and Lynette Bradshaw, Tammy Wells, and the rest of the Bradshaw family. A special acknowledgement to Grayson Cooper, Robert Milhouse, Tony Humphrey, and his wonderful fraternity brothers who were present throughout. For those names not mentioned, please charge it to the head and not the heart.