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Marc Bradberry

February 5, 1958 — March 9, 2022

Marc David Bradberry was born on February 5, 1958 in Wichita, Kansas. He moved to his eternal home on March 9, 2022. Marc had a history of diabetes that had weakened his heart that ultimately caused his cardiac arrest.

At the age of 3 he and his family moved to Odessa, TX where Marc attended school thru his sophomore year. He then moved with his family and livestock to Corpus Christi where he graduated from Tuloso Midway High School. Marc was interested in animal science. Marc graduated from Sul Ross University with a degree in Range Animal Science. After college he worked for various cattle raisers and was skilled in cattle embryo transplants. Marc worked for Wharton Junior College as a ranch foreman. Capitol Feed and Milling in Austin was his next venture as manager. In Santo, TX he became a successful land realtor with Anderson Realty. Marc married his beautiful wife Bobbie Sue Sparks and lived on their ranch in Santo, TX. Marc had many hobbies including team roping, elk hunting in Colorado with his Uncle Steve and friends, and fishing at the coast with his brothers. Marc admired the accomplishments of his great grandfather John M. Gist who in 1941 the Texas Hereford Association honored “Uncle John” for his lifetime of service to the cattle industry.

Marc was preceded in death by his father Charles Bradberry, his grandparents Mollie and Ray Bradberry and Marcus and Maureen Gist. Marc is survived by his wife Bobbie Sue, mother Alice Gist Bradberry, sister Sandra Moore (Bob), brothers Tom Bradberry (Cindy), and Bob Bradberry (Tammy), daughters Sheridan Bradberry (Andrew) and Jenn Nunez (Stephen), sons Brad Pawlack (Kelly), Benton Bryant (Lisa),and  Brad Bryant (Amanda), grandsons Cross, Brayden, Brand, Stele, and granddaughters Chloe and Elisse. Marc will be greatly missed by family and friends whose lives he enriched.

Marc was a huge admirer of his Uncle Steve and Aunt Jean and his closest friends Dennis and Bonnie Berry.

Marc’s message to others is God loves you and has a purpose for your life. To find this purpose we are to accept Christ, study the Bible, and attend a Bible based Church.

A memorial service will be held in July at the Paisano Baptist Encampment, Alpine, TX

Memorial gifts can be made at First Financial Bank under Bobbie Sue Sparks special account or mailed to: Bobbie Sue Sparks 1120 Live Oak Rd, Santo, TX 76472 to be deposited. All gifts will be donated to Paisano Baptist Encampment in Marc’s name. This church camp held a very special place in Marc’s heart as he still went every year with his family.

“Bless Your Heart”

He taught us by example to stop in the madness of this world and just BE, just listen, and engage in the ones you love.2/5/1958

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