James Allen Bradshaw II, 35, of Eudora, Ks, took his own life on July 26, 2020 after a long battle with mental health disease.
Visitation will be held at Rumsey-Yost funeral home on August 5th, 2020 from 10:00AM-10:45AM. Due to covid, the family asks that you pay your respects as timely as possible, as James has many friends and family. There will be a derby car procession from the funeral home to Memorial Park Cemetery following the visitation.
Graveside services will begin at 11AM at Memorial Park Cemetery.
James was born October 24, 1984, at Lawrence Memorial Hospital, to James A. Bradshaw and Carol M. Mendell (Ray).
He was a hard working man. His most recent employment was at K’s tire. He enjoyed working at K’s and had a great friendship with his co-workers. James was also a family man and enjoyed lots of things such as derbying, mudding, hunting, fishing, mechanics, and much more. He loved his children more than anything.
James is survived by his mother Carol Mendell, his 5 children, George Grieb of Lawrence, Ks, Hunter Bradshaw and Leland Bradshaw of Eudora, Ks, Arabella Bradshaw of Stull, Ks, and Braxtin Bradshaw of Lawrence, Ks. James is also survived by 5 sisters, Charlene Mendell, Daisy Bradshaw, Carollynn Haar, Crimson Ruff and Lyndia Bradshaw. And many aunts, uncles and cousins.
James was preceded in death by his Father, James A Bradshaw, his brother Brian Scott Hamilton, his brother Richard Bradshaw, his sister Joy Vanderslice, His Aunt Charlotte Woodruff and his maternal and paternal grandparents.
Memorial contributions may be donated to Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home.
The family of James also wishes to thank those who have donated and contributed to his memorial fund and also purchased memorial merchandise to help fund the funeral. A Huge thank you also goes out to K’s Tire and all their employees for all their support.
If you or someone you know are struggling please reach out! You are loved and you matter.
National Suicide Hotline- 1-800-273-8255
Messages & Condolences
My thoughts and prayers to your family Jimmy and the boys at KS tires are hardworking Christians and I go there all the time may God hold and comfort your family during this difficult time
Although I did not know James personally I knew several of his family members. I just want to say I am so sorry. Words can not express the sorrow one feels at this time. May the memories you have of James give you comfort during your grief.
My thoughts are with your family during this extremely difficult time. I was so sorry to hear the news Of your untimely passing from a colleague. May you Rest In Peace, James.
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