Carol J Bradley was born on March 21, 1932 and adopted by Glenn Raymond Sloan and Mildred Pauline Landers Sloan. Kaye, as she was known by all of her friends and family was a wonderful wife, mother and grand mother. She grew up in the small town of McFadden, Wyoming where she attended grade school. Her father (Glenn) passed away in 1946 leaving her and her mother to make there way during a very difficult time. They soon moved to Casper Wyoming where Kaye attended Natrona County High School. She expressed many times how much she loved school especially band and music. Kaye eventually met the love of her life, Athel Alonzo “Brad” Bradley and was married on July 27, 1957 in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Kaye and Brad loved camping, fishing and being together in the mountains of Wyoming. No stranger to adoption, Kaye and Brad eventually adopted Daniel Glenn Bradley on September 7, 1962 and Paul Kenneth Bradley on September 30, 1962. Raising two boys was not easy but Kaye and Brad were the best parents a child could have. Through out her life Kaye worked as a book keeper and was one of the most organized people one could know. Kaye and Brad worked hard to provide for their family sacrificing many things so their boys could have a better life. Kaye’s second love was for bowling and spent many years involved with local leagues as well as acting as secretary for the City Bowling Association in Casper. The perfect score of 300 alluded her but she won many awards including a membership in the 200 club. Kaye retired in 1994 but that did not stop her from working. Eventually her time would be spent taking care of her first love, Brad, while he battled cancer, eventually submitting to it in 2006. Once again Kaye was faced with the need to work so she secured a job at the American Red Cross where she touched many lives. All throughout her life Kaye did not meet anyone who she would count as a stranger. After finally being able to retire from work completely she found a new passion in Ancestory.com where she found and eventually got to meet her brothers’ daughters completing her family. God gave Kaye a long and fruitful life, filled with many friends and family, blessing her with a love for everyone she met. Kaye will be counted a witness for the Lord in whom arms she is resting today. Kaye will be truly missed by all and is survived by her two sons, Dan with his wife Gail and daughter Veronica, and Paul with his wife Melanie their children Austin, Ashley, Rachel, and Chad. She also has four great grandchildren, Kory, Cassidy, Amelia, and Carter Rae. Please check back with Newcomer Funeral Home
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