Scott Bradley

Macken Funeral Home Memorial Photo
Date of Birth:
Thursday, March 14, 1968
Date of Death:
Sunday, June 10, 2018
Age:
50 years old

Visitation

Date: Sunday June 17, 2018
Time: 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location: River Park Chapel at Macken Funeral Home [ view map ]

Time of Sharing

Date: Sunday June 17, 2018
Time: 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location: River Park Chapel at Macken Funeral Home [ view map ]

Second Visitation

Date: Monday June 18, 2018
Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Location: St. Pius X Catholic Church [ view map ]

Memorial Mass

Date: Monday June 18, 2018
Time: 11:00 am

Location: St. Pius X Catholic Church

Macken Funeral Home Memorial Photo
Date of Birth:
Thursday, March 14, 1968
Date of Death:
Sunday, June 10, 2018
Age:
50 years old
Macken Funeral Home Memorial Photo
Date of Birth:
Thursday, March 14, 1968
Date of Death:
Sunday, June 10, 2018
Age:
50 years old

Scott Bradley

Scott Bradley, 50, currently of St. Paul, died Sunday, June 10, 2018, while Mountain biking near Moab, Utah.  He and his family were vacationing in Utah celebrating his parents 55th wedding anniversary.  Celebration turned to shock, pain and prayer.

Scott was born March 14, 1968 in Rochester, Minnesota to parents Fran and Mary Bradley.  He was the third child, preceded by older brother Al and sister Michele and followed by much younger brother Chris.  Scott and his family lived in Kasson, Oronoco and Rochester except for a two year period in Pleasantville, NY, during an IBM assignment for Scott’s father.  His Rochester roots as a youth run deep.

Scott graduated from John Marshall High School where he also played football.  After some college attendance, Scott entered the world of skilled trades.  During that time, he spent a few years working in the Denver, Colorado area where he also enjoyed the great outdoors.  Returning to Minnesota, he applied his truck driving skills and was currently working as a concrete truck driver for Apple Valley Redi-mix.  He had many tales to tell regarding the rigors and risks of driving a huge concrete rig.

Given his love of the outdoors, Scott particularly enjoyed biking and hiking.  He loved all seasons in the outdoors.  He also took pleasure in riding his motorcycle.  Scott was passionate about sports, especially football and hockey.  He was an avid movie goer.  He also loved his specialty craft beers.

Scott will especially be remembered for his love and support of family.  He had a special way with his nieces and nephews, bringing laughter and joy with his frequent friendly jabs.  His most special relationship was with his 21 year old nephew, Cullen.  Scott was a frequent caregiver and best pal to Cullen, who has muscular dystrophy and is in a wheelchair.  They frequented many movies together, especially super hero and Star Wars.  They also enjoyed TV series like Seinfeld where they could recite every word together.

Scott will be sorely missed by his surviving parents, Fran and Mary Bradley; along with brother, Al Bradley and wife Robyn (Levine) Bradley; sister, Michele (Bradley) McConnell and husband Jon McConnell; and brother, Chris Bradley. His special buddies (nieces and nephews) include Cullen, Macey, Shay, Adam and Megan.

Memorial Mass for Scott will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Monday, June 18, 2018 at St. Pius X Catholic Church in Rochester with Rev. Russell Scepaniak officiating. Visitation will be held from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. with a time of sharing starting at 7:00 p.m. on Sunday, June 17th in the River Park Chapel at Macken Funeral Home and one hour prior to the service at the church on Monday.

Memorials are preferred to HopeKids, Muscular Dystrophy Association, or Make a Wish Foundation.

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Fran and Mary, Our most heartfelt condolences to you and your entire family. We were away from St. Pius X and just found out about Scott. We did not know Scott, but we have known you two for y-e-a-r-s and want you to know you and your family are in our prayers and we are available to support you. We will be sending a memorial for Scott to the Muscular Dystrophy Association.


Becky and Jim Cook

Dear Mary and Fran Bradley,   As your fellow parishioners at St. Pius X Church, we have admired your contributions to our parish and we have followed


the loyal service you have provided to our state and our community.  We were saddened to read about your son, Scott's, tragic accident and death.  Please


know that you and your family are in our hearts and prayers.   Sincerely,  Joe and Lugene Daly

I'm very sorry for your loss!  Thought and prayers go out to your entire family!  God Bless!

My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. The God of the Bible promises us a time when we will be reunited with our loved ones…Isaiah 25:8 “He will swallow death forever, and the The Sovereign Lord will wipe away the tears from all faces.” and John 5:28: "... all those in the memorial tomb will hear his voice and come out ". God promises a future time when there will be no more pain and grief due to the death of a love one! The former things have passed away.” My heartfelt condolences and prayers for family and friends.

Fran and Mary, I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. Fran, I recall the conversations about our children back in the JC days and again at work in the early 80's. My deepest condolences.


 


Bill Siggelkow

Dear Fran and Mary and Family, I wish you all my sincerest condolences and best wishes in this time of  tragedy and sorrow. I know that you will receive comfort from God and your strong family gathered around you. I pray for peace for you all. God Bless!

Fran, Mary and Family,


We are so sorry for your sudden and untimely loss. Our thoughts and love go out to you and everyone grieving for Scott.


-Burgraff Family

So incredibly sorry and shocked to hear of Scott’s sudden passing. My heart aches for you all. He was a great guy that was very proud of his family and was so excited to go on that trip to Utah and go mountain biking! What I’ll miss most is our talks at work which were usually spent talking about what a mess of a job we just came from ha! Rest In Peace Brother #493 you will never be forgotten! Love you Brother!


 


Krause Family (#499)


 



We can't imagine what you all must be feeling. No words can make your loss better right now. Losing Scott is so tough but his wonderful memories will live on forever.  Scott is in the arms of God now. All of your family in Heaven are embracing him to give him comfort. With God his joy is eternally sealed.  Only time can help heal your pain. The love of family will keep you strong. Scott's memories will keep each one of you smiling and you will know he is with you each day. Scott will be in our hearts forever and we will never forget such a great guy. We love Scott and each one of you. 

 

With heavy hearts we say goodbye to a great Godson. 

 

Duane and Karen Bradley and family



 

Joan and I send our condolences and prayers to you in the loss of your son Scott. We will be in Maine and unable to attend Scott's funeral. Keeping you in our prayers!!


Sincerely Jerry, Joan and family

Fran and family:


 


So sorry for your sudden and tragic loss.  Our prayers are with you.

Fran, Mary, and Family,


We are so sorry to hear of your tragic loss.  Scott will be missed by many.  We share in your grief will hold Scott in our hearts forever.


Hugs and Prayers,


Slisz Family


 

We are sorry for your loss, from Scott's AVR family.