WANDA L. BRADFIELD
Mrs. Wanda Bradfield, 84, of 831 South 15th, Quincy, died at 6:45 p.m. Friday (March 23, 2012) in her home.
Born September 13, 1927 in Taylor, Missouri, Wanda was the daughter of Oliver and Bessie Hoke Davis. She married Lee Harris Sr. in April 1947. He preceded her in death. She married Raymond Bradfield on July 5, 1960. He preceded her in death.
A former member of the Eagles and Moose Auxiliary and avid St. Louis Cardinals fan, Wanda enjoyed reading, embroidery, puzzles, and playing cards, especially Rummy.
Wanda was employed at Motorola, Carson, Pierie, Scott & Company, and later as a health aide for the Adams County Homemakers. She retired in 2004.
Survivors include six children, Sharon Denton (Charles), Lee Harris (Jann), Gary Harris (Patti), Karen Grubbs (Daniel), Tammy Brown (James Wiechert) and Brenda Brown (Richard) all of Quincy; fourteen grandchildren, Kelly Koch (Brian), Shelley Bergman (Matt), Sara Cramer (Mike), Stacy Gander (Aaron), Carrie Trowbridge (Brian), Gary Harris Jr., Kevin Harris (Wendy), Daniel Grubbs Jr. (Crystal), Tara Norris (fiance' ,Carl Ziegler), Tim Brown (Sunna), Mandy Pershing (Tim), Amber Williams, Austin Brown and Connor Brown; twenty great grandchildren, Charleigh, Addison, Aidyn and Jostyn Koch, Lake and Sierra Bergman, Cole and Lily Gander, Aubrey and Carter James Trowbridge, Alex, Andrew and Emily Harris, Sydney, Reis and Brady Norris, Isaiah Pershing, Caleb Williams, Kennedie Brown and Sydney Heston; a brother, Donald Davis (Nancy) of Durham, MO; a sister, Martha Burgtorf of Ashland, MO; and many loving nieces and nephews.
Mrs. Bradfield was preceded in death by her parents; a son in law, Harold Brown; a great granddaughter, Tayte Cathryn Koch; four brothers, Charles, Pearl, Kenneth and LeRoy Davis; and four sisters, Lily Spratt, Violet Foltz, Neva Bradfield and Nedro Davis.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 1:00 in the Zehender Robinson Stormer Cookson Funeral Home by the Rev. Richard Martin. Burial will be in Greenmount Cemetery.
Visitation will be Monday evening from 4:00 to 6:00 and Tuesday from 12:30 until the time of services at the funeral home.
Memorials may be made to the Blessing Foundation for Hospice or St. Louis Children's Hospital to support Congenital Heart Defect Research.