Raymond Anthony Bradley Jr., 33, died April 27, 2004, in Juneau.
Bradley was born April 27, 1971, in Honolulu. He attended schools in Juneau, where he lived for 22 years. He was of Hawaiian and Tlingit ancestry, with the Tlingit name Til'wan of the Yan Ye-dei Wolf Clan, Hit'tlein House of the Taku River Tribe.
He was a sports enthusiast who played softball and volleyball, for which he also refereed. He played in the Juneau Youth Football League and later coached in the organization. He spent time with numerous Hawaiian relatives and enjoyed water sports including reef surfing, diving and body surfing.
He was preceded in death by his sister, Chrysantha Bradley.
He is survived by his father, Ray Bradley, and mother, Christina Bradley of Juneau; two brothers, Alika Bradley of Juneau and Greg Bradley of Kent, Wash.; uncles Roy (Charla) and Matthew Bradley of Missouri, Tim (Josephine) Bradley of Hawaii, Joseph, Peter and John (Anjelica) Castillo, all of Juneau; aunts, Robbin Carter of Missouri, Esther Castillo of Eagle River, Gloria Castillo, Sue (Wes) Oliva, Lillian Lundy and Theodora Castillo (Dale Bontraeger), all of Juneau; and great-aunts, Sue Kahklen of Juneau, and Mary Cornell of Ketchikan.
A celebration of life is planned for 5:30 p.m. May 12 at the T&H Community Building, 3235 Hospital Dr., Juneau.