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Karli Bradley
June 15, 1993 - March 25, 2004

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Frank & Patty BerenqueJack Bradley (Dad)
Cathy MyersCharles & Lori Reische
Kathleen NewtonDebbi Flowers
Kevin, Nikki, Zack, Timmy, and Rebecca GreerMisti and Chris Ferguson
Wayne, Dana, Amber and Austin MackDavid McCullough
Kathy McCulloughKelly and Daniel
Michael & Juanita McCulloughSally Knowles
Benjamin, Christy, and Trevor PoundsTinna , Bethany, James & Quinn Martin
Ashley BarentineBrooke Barentine
Candace HarrellKayla Bradley
Megan PoundsMr. and Mrs. Mason Adam Slatter
Paul CohnRev. and Mrs Carl E. Patrick
Joel, Carrie, Jayce & Joshua BlairBrenda Mills
Cheryl StephensJessica Wilson
Krista DardenKristine Cross
Patsy and Kali CrockerRev. & Mrs. C. E. Rankin & Family
Rev. & Mrs. R. Kent SmithRhonda Bradley
Uncle Herb Mills Aunt Shawna cousin HerbieWesley & Cora


Tributes Add Your Tribute
By: Jennie Green Apr 16, 2004
Dear Jack and Rhonda,

Words can only express the feeling for your loss. I can say I ever met her, but all the beautiful things that your friends and family have writting can only say she was a very sweet and kind person. I just got word of this from a friend name David Berry, and I wanted to let you know that my thoughts and prayers will be with you and your family. my Condolences to you and your family. God Bless.


Jennie( stamps), Green and Family~ from Arbuckle calif.
By: Kathleen Newton Apr 6, 2004
It has taken me a little longer than I planned to write something. Rarely am I at a loss for words, but mere words cannot express what is in my heart. Jack, Rhonda -- I love you. It is that simple. You have wedged a permanent place in my heart. You have precious children. God only knows the depth that your children have touched lives. Conroe Christian School will never be the same. I will never be the same. It isn't the overwhelming sadness that seems to be so pervasive right now that I am talking about either. I am talking about the wonderful memories, the swelling of love in my heart when we will think and talk of Karli.

Just reading the above tributes lets me know that I am not alone. Your child, your Karli, PLUS Kayla and Meghann have been an essential part of so many people's lives. They have added an incredible dimension of love to everyone they meet. What a blessing it was to me to be a part of Karli Bradley's life.

I know your heart is broken. I know you feel an emptiness that perhaps is overpowering. BUT--Find warmth and peace in the beautiful fact that your beautiful girl brought such love to so many people. AND that her beautiful sisters are carrying on the tradition.

Jack, Rhonda--also know that my love and prayers are with you DAILY. More importantly, though is the fact that God is with you. Let His strength and Peace be yours the next days and months. I am always a phone call away. You know that...
By: Debbi Flowers Apr 2, 2004
Kari - A little girl so full of Life and Love.

So much Love to give.. You only had to meet Her

once to fall in Love with Her.

I know that Karli will be missed more then words

can say. I want to say to all of Her family members,

and friends. Let Karli's Love live through all of

Loved her. That is exactly what Karli would have wanted.

My prayers and thoughts are with you all..

God Bless
By: Kevin, Nikki, Zack, Timmy Greer Apr 1, 2004
We all feel so blessed to have known Karli. It really is true about the hugs. You always have to

get a hug from Karli and Kayla. I'm so thankful that God gave you two instead of one so that we

could still have special hugs. So Kayla, don't forget you have to start giving double hugs. We

will miss you Karli and I know your looking down at all of your loved ones and friends telling

us not worry about you because your so much better.

To the Bradley family we are praying for all of you. With Love, The Greers
By: Misti Ferguson Apr 1, 2004
My favorite memory of Karli are of her giggles and hugs. So many times in class she would do or say something silly and it would send us all into giggles. She was such a good sport - she would laugh at herself along with the rest of the class. Kayla would just roll her eyes and giggle as if to say,"That's my sister!" I remember thinking just a few days ago that there was something special about these girls and their ability to freely give affection. I'm the type person who does not find it so easy to give and receive affection, however I found myself seeking out the hugs these girls gave every day. My last memory of Karli was of her grabbing me for one more hug as we stood outside on the square waiting for Rhonda to come and pick them up. We stood holding one another for just a minute until Rhonda drove up and I remember leaning down, kissing her on the forehead and telling her I loved her and I wished the girls a good weekend. She was such a wonderful little girl to have in class. She was so obedient - I never had to tell her twice to do something and she always had a way to make me laugh. So many times I would be standing in front of the class trying to teach and she would come up with something funny and I would just lose it and have to laugh. Kayla and Karli would just go into gales of laughter. She loved to listen to Odyssey and one day we were sitting there listening to a story and a loud noise came on the radio and she got scared and jumped. The whole class laughed and laughed, she the hardest. Well, I could talk all day of the wonderful memories Karli has given to our class, but suffice it to say that we will miss her and her wonderful spirit terribly. I love you, Karli Karli. You were and are precious to me. Kayla I can't wait for you to get back to class, I miss you so much. Jack, Rhonda, Meghann and the rest of the family I love you and Chris and I are praying for you.
By: Dana Mack Mar 31, 2004
Many mornings we would arrive at school at the same time as Karli and Kayla. We were greeted with smiles, giggles and hugs. At the close of school on Wednesday, Karli gave Amber a hug and told her she loved her. Thank you Karli for the wonderful memories you left us. Another angel is now singing in heaven's choir!

Our prayers are with the entire family.

Wayne, Dana, Amber and Austin Mack
By: Laura Smith Mar 31, 2004
Dear Bradley family,

Although I did not know you daughter, I want to express my direst sympathies and prayers to your family. Death of a loved one is painful and confusing. I lost my best friend to suicide four years ago and there is not a day that goes by that my heart dosn't hurt. However, we are confident that your beautiful daughter is in a much better place today with our Lord in Heaven, rest assured.

"We know that is our earthly house, this tent, is destroyed, we have a building from God, a house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens. For in this we groan, earnestly desiring to be clothed with our habitation which is found in Heaven, if indeed, having been clothed, we shall not be found naked. For we who are in this tent groan, being burdened, not because we want to be unclothed, but further clothed, that morality may be swallowed up by life." 2 Corinthians 5:1-4

"Jesus said, 'Let the little children come unto Me, and do not forbid them; for of such is the kingdom of Heaven." Matthew 19:14

"God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble." Psalms 46:1


Laura Smith
By: Tinna Martin Mar 31, 2004
Karli and Kayla it is a privilege to teach you both in children's church. I remember one Wednesday night before class Karli come up to me and gave me a hug and had her moms cell phone in her hand and she didn't know how to turn it off. I told her that I did because my phone was just like it. I showed her how to turn the phone off and she was so excited that I got another hug. Then she had taken a couple of pictures of Trent and was having fun picking with him. I will truley miss you Karli, all the wonderful hugs and smiles. Now I will just get extra hugs and smiles from Kayla. Love you Karli, Sis Tinna Martin

P.S. Bethany and James send their love. We will meet again one day in Heaven.

Our prayers are with your family.
By: Kelly Keller Daniel Whitworth Mar 31, 2004
Jack and family our hearts go out to all of you. You are in our thoughts and prayers in this time of need. Please be strong during this time of sorrow. We Love You Kelly Keller and Daniel Whitworth
By: Cindy Lou Reed Mar 30, 2004
I met Karli and Kayla only a couple times when I was a leader of Kidz Club. Both girls instantly won my heart with their smiles, wit, laughter and caring hearts. Karli stuck out in my mind as a child who wasn't afraid to have fun. During teen Sunday School, Sis Smith had the class throw out words that described Karli. "Outgowing" "talkative" "fun" "beautiful" "energetic" "caring" etc.... all wonderful attributes. She'll be missed by every life she touched. What a tribute to touch as many lives as she did... even in 1 or 2 breif contacts with her. My thoughts and prayers are with the family and CCS as well as Conroe UPC.

Cindy Lou Reed
By: Glenda Martin Mar 30, 2004
I could never tell you two apart. I'll miss getting to hug you Karli, so on my round of hugging all the kids in Taylor's class I'll just have to hug Kayla twice. I always remember your hugs.
By: Bro & Sis Slatter Mar 30, 2004
A few months ago, the Jr. Youth Club of Conroe UPC was privileged to add two new members, Karli and Kayla Bradley. Karli and Kayla really livened up the activities!! They were both so out going and energetic. JYC is going to miss Karli very, very much. Our meetings will not be the same without her smiling face.

Kayla, we lover you very much, and you and Karli will always have a special place in out hearts. We hope to seeyou soon at JYC


Bro. and Sis Slatter
By: Ashley Barentine Mar 30, 2004
Karli was unbelievable! I don't think a day went by at school that she and Kayla didn't come to me and give me a hug. She was always smiling and friendly. I don't think I ever saw her mad or in a bad mood. I'll never forget all the times she called me and my sister over to jump rope with her. Everytime I jumped she had to be the one to turn the rope for me because she loved me. I taught her a new song to sing while she jumped and from that day on it was her favorite. I'm going to miss seeing her smiling face! The last time I ever saw her I was sitting in the library reading a book and she came running to me when she saw me and gave me a huge hug and asked me what I was reading. Little did I know that was going to be my last time to see her for a long time; but I know I'll see her again in Heaven and that makes me so glad. Karli, I love you so much and miss you sooo much! Give God one of your special hugs for me!
By: Christy Pounds Mar 30, 2004
Although I was not privileged to have Karli as one of my students, she always took the time to give me a hug or just say hello. I will cherish the memories of the days she would come to my class during her recess and ask for a jump-rope. I would pick on her and say she was interrupting a very important lesson. She was always quick to apologize. I would assure her that she was welcome anytime. I loved her smile and the way she was friends with kids at Conroe Christian School from pre-school all the way through high school. She didn't care who you were, she was still friendly. Karli will forever be missed but we will cherish the wonderful memories she left for us all. Our prayer are with all the family and friends.
By: Candace Harrell Mar 30, 2004
From the moment I met Kayla and Karli, they stole my hearts. For a long time, I couldn't tell them apart. I had art with the 1st,2nd,and 3rd grades...not the 4th. Eventually, I figured them out because Karli would jump on me with the biggest hugs, every single day. So many times those hugs helped my day be 100% better. She used to make me laugh because she thought she had a "weight problem" her skirt was always (in her mind) so tight, she HAD to go to Kohl's that weekend for new clothes. When I walked away from talking to her, I always had a smile on my face. Every other Monday, we had REACO she would get so excited, she would peek, and tell the boys what was in the bag, and I'd have to tell her to quit, she'd giggle that little evil giggle and start whispering to them instead. Kayla and Karli both have, and always will have a very special place in my heart. I love them both, my senior yr. has been great and they have a big part in it. Though I'm sad because now there's only Kayla, I know we'll all be together again in Heaven, and they'll be up to their hyper mischief, giving hugs and making smiles.

Love and Prayers.

Sincerely,Candace Brooke Harrell
By: Kayla Bradley Mar 30, 2004
Some people think that I know Karli the best but that is not true. Kim, she is my big sister me, and Karli, are alot of her life that is something I think that you guys need to know so if you need to talk you can e-mail my stepmom and i will get it so you know. I am happy for my sister she is going to go to heaven how happier can a sister get for another one. So I love her she will bring alot of people pride and joy so until then she is mine O MINE. So I think that you guys, as we say in Texas, got alot of info. Goodbye, not for along time, ok Karli, I love you Karli, my sister, my loving sister ......................... love you always Karli. Kayla
By: Rhonda Bradley Mar 29, 2004
Karli was one of the most beautiful, vital, and loving chidren God ever put on this earth. I thank god for the opportunity to know her and love her, and thank her parents for letting me be part of her life, light and love. I will miss her terribly, and she will never be forgotten.


On a warm, sunny day God planted a seed.

The seed grew to become the most beautiful rose.

One day God wanted the rose back.

So, He went out and took His rose from this world.

Upon returning to Heaven, He placed it in a special garden where only the most beautiful roses can grow.

Here the rose is still the most beautiful and it lives forever in the hearts of everyone.

The loss of such a great rose can never be surpassed and no one will ever forget this rose.

It joins another rose and will be joined by many others in a lifetime.

The sorrows and grief felt by people all over the country since the picking of this rose is great.

But, we know that the rose is watching over us with her crimson petals and brilliant green leaves.

Through the words and actions of people we can keep this rose alive.

No one will forget you, Karli, we always have and always will love you.

You alone have turned hearts of stone into hearts of love.

Your warm smile and beautiful face will live forever in our memories.

Goodbye our Lovely Karli, we shall miss you ... always.
By: Uncle Herb Mills Mar 29, 2004
God will lead us to you again. The last time I saw Karli was near Chistmas and all I can see is her smile. I like to call that sunshine. Pure and innocent filled with laughter and foregiveness. A blessing from God. Your smile will live with me forever. Karli I thank you for that and I pray that by the grace of god someday we rejoice in heaven with all of our family members and friends together forever Amen.
By: Brenda Mills Mar 29, 2004
Dear Karli,

Although you weren't born into my family, you were born into my heart five years ago when I first met you. You became my grand child, along with Kayla and Cain, it was no effort to love you guys; it came naturally, and I was just tickled when you called me Grandma. Please don't stop calling me that, okay?

I will never forget you, Karli. Your sweet face and lovely smile live on in my memory and the many photos I have of you. I never tire of showing off my beautiful grandchildren to anyone who can't get away from me. I'm going to miss my little e-mail buddy for the rest of my days.

Until the rest of us can get there,

I love you, Honey

Grandma Mills
By: Ryan & Kristin Fentem Mar 29, 2004
To Karli's Family:

We just wanted you guys to know we are praying and thinking of you. I read a quote today that made me think of you and Karli: "To believe in life is to know that all is happening exactly as is was meant to." I truly believe God has great plans for Karli. May God give you all the love and strength to get through these difficult times.


Ryan and Kristin
By: Rev & Mrs. R. Kent Smith Mar 29, 2004
What a joy to have been apart of Karli's life! We will certainly miss seeing her bright smiling face and the many hugs she shared with us. Her notes, cards, and recorded messages to us will be cherished forever.

Our prayers are with the entire family and her many special friends at Conroe Christian School.


Rev. & Mrs. R. Kent Smith
By: Micah Simoneaux Mar 29, 2004
Karli you will be greatly missed by all. I will miss the kind words the thoughtful letters and the occasional hug. I will also miss watching you in class when Sis.Ferguson would step out. I remember the time when I went to put your name on the board because you were talking and I asked which one are you and you said Kayla, you just giggled when I put her name on the board. Then you said no I'm Karli because you were allways thoughtful and caring. I'll miss the four square games and oh how much you loved to try and get me out so you could be KING. I know your playing four square with the angels and the King of Kings today. I'll always remember you


Micah Simoneaux

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