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Loco: Britanie Rashell (Welty) Bradshaw, 28; Addison Danielle Bradshaw, 5; and Aidan James Dean Bradshaw, 2; all went to be with the Lord together on Tuesday, January 13, 2015. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 PM, Monday, January 19, 2015 at the New Hope Baptist Church West in Duncan with the Rev. Randy Southerland and Rev. Don Clark officiating. Private burial will be held at the Loco Cemetery under the direction of the Callaway-Smith-Cobb Funeral Home of Marlow. Britanie was born on July 13, 1986 in Freedom, to Richard Dean and Jeanette Ann (Bornkamp) Welty and lived in Freedom most of her life. While attending school in Freedom, Britanie was very involved in many activities including cheerleading, playing basketball and running track. She was also very involved in the FFA. She graduated as the Valedictorian of the Freedom Class of 2004. Upon her graduation, she attended Northwestern State University where she earned a BA in secondary education in 2008. She was a member and former President of the Alpha Sigma Alpha Sorority. She met her future husband Jamie Dan Bradshaw while at Northwestern and they were married in June of 2008 in Loco. On January 3, 2010, Britanie gave birth to her daughter Addison Danielle Bradshaw in Duncan. Addison was a very athletic young lady and enjoyed going to her dance classes and performing in recitals. She also loved to go to cheerleading and was a member of the Glitz Cheer Squad of Healdton. She loved to watch My Little Pony and later the movie Frozen. She loved her ponies, playing with her cousins, Rylee, Jaiden and Trenton and going to her school at Velma. Addison wanted to follow in her mother’s footsteps and be a teacher. She played teacher all the time and was always trying to teach someone something. Addison was very bright and could count to over 100, knew all of her abc’s and could even spell her brother’s name. She also really loved going to see her grandparents and would always come home just a little more spoiled than the time before. Addison’s little brother, Aidan James Dean Bradshaw was born in Duncan on July 11, 2012. Aidan was a very energetic and adventurous little boy and always had to ride on the riding lawnmower around the block. He also liked to drive his gator and drove it like he'd been driving forever, even stopping to check to make sure his tailgate was up and spit off the side just like his dad and grandpa did. Aidan loved keys and was always carrying them. He truly loved his sister and did everything that she did, including jumping on their grandma and grandpa’s bed. As a mother, Britanies total focus was on her children and she sacrificed everything for them. She was a great mom who took them to church at the Loco Baptist Church, where they all belonged. She was very active in her church and taught Sunday School, helped with vacation bible school and anything else they needed. Britanie was a good photographer and took tons of pictures of her children. She was currently working as a Plexus Ambassador and was very successful at it. She enjoyed helping and doing for others and was always cooking, baking and sharing it with her family and friends. Britanie is survived by her husband Jamie Dan Bradshaw, her parents, Dean and Jeanette Welty of Freedom, her brother, Richard Dean Welty, Jr. of Woodward and her sister, Wilene Welty of Freedom and was preceded in death by her great grandmother, Irene Ruby Bilss Welty. Addison & Aiden are survived by their father, Jamie Dan Bradshaw, grandparents Dean and Jeanette Welty of Freedom, James and Julie Bradshaw of Loco and Laura Womack of McAlister; their great grandparents, Harold and JoAnn Bradshaw of Loco, Jack and Marcia Spanable of Wichita Falls and Cathy Bishop of Lovelady,Texas; great great grandparents, Alfred and Wilma Bornkamp of Huntertown, IN; their aunt Carolyn “Care Bear” Cox and husband Greg of Velma and all three are survived by numerous other aunts, uncles and cousins. They were preceded in death by their great great grandmother, Irene Ruby Bilss Welty, great grandmother, Ella Southerland, great grandfather, Ewell Swanson and aunt, Danielle Marie Bradshaw. The family requests, in lieu of flowers, memorial donations be made to the “Bradshaw Family Memorial Fund” at First National Bank & Trust in Ardmore, Duncan, Norman and Waurika or “Benefit Account for Bradshaw Family” at First National Bank & Trust with locations in Velma, Lone Grove, Marietta, Ringling, Sulphur, and Ardmore. Online condolences may be made at www.CallawaySmithCobb.com
Published on  January 20, 2015
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