Bradford, Robert Watson


Robert Watson Bradford, was born February 20, 1965 and passed on August 19th, 2021 surrounded by family and friends. Robert was born in Dallas, Texas and lived in North Texas his whole life. After graduating High School at R.L. Turner in Farmers Branch he became a certified I-Car trained and ASE trained “Body Man.” He worked most of his life at Bergman’s Paint and Body for his mentor and lifelong friend, Phil Bergman. Robert coached youth soccer for 15 years in The Colony, Texas where he settled to raise his family. Robert was never short on words and always helped when he could.

Preceding Robert’s arrival to heaven and waiting to welcome him is his dad, Bobby Joe Bradford.

Robert left behind, here on earth, his mother Annie Louise Teel Bradford of Farmers Branch, Texas. From his first wife Loretta, their eldest son Nathan Lee and his wife Erica. Middle son Michael Lee and his daughter and caretaker Christina Nicole. Robert is survived by his children Kalleb, Marcus, Sarah Jean, Josiah and Carol Ann from his second marriage to LuAnn. Robert’s grandchildren include Lexi, Hailey, Aubrey, Wyatt, Devin, and Ryder.

Robert’s Celebration of Life will be held Saturday, September 11, 2021 from 3-5pm in the Farmers Branch Community Recreation Center, 14050 Heartside Pl., Farmers Branch, TX. 75234.  (masks required).

Robert knew so many and we would appreciate everyone, who can, to come and help us celebrate his life. 

Please leave the family condolences and share memories on this website.

8 replies on “Bradford, Robert Watson”

Christina Bradford says:

I love and miss you dad . Your were a good dad to me and a wonderful grandpa to Devin . We will miss you . Always and forever I love you dad .

Annie Bradford says:

My handsome son who I love and miss very much . Your with the lord now and not in any pain . Wish I could hug and kiss you .

Eric Zeller says:

Love and Miss you dad rest in Heaven

Loretta spear says:

I miss and love you Robert I have three amazing beautiful children and some amazing grandchildren I’m glad you’re not suffering here but we do miss you here. You and I will always be friends you are my first love first husband my children’s father rest in peace love you always Loretta

Dora Lewis (Ms. Dee) says:

Met Robert when I moved to The Colony, with my daughter and her family. He was a very nice and friendly person. Him, his wife, at that time, became members off the church that my daughter , Pastor’s. He would do whatever he could for the church. And he loved him some, Pastor B.
We will miss him, his children know we are here for them. Love 💗🙏🏿 and Peace too you all, Ms. Dee.

Derrick J says:

I miss you Mr.ROB .I will love and take care of your daughter and my son “ your grandson “ Devin . You always knew how to make me smile and teach me car stuff . Rest easy Father-in-law . Love your black son D-Jones .

Jenna says:

My condolences to the family . Robert was a very good man . I met him when he came into the hospital last year . So very sorry for his passing but he’s not in pain and he’s up there with his other loved ones. Love Nurse Jenna P.

Richard and Diane Royer says:

We loved Robert like a second son and he was such a great friend to our son, Kenny. We are very sad to hear of this news. We have many many fond memories of Robert. Love and prayers to your family.

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We would like to thank you for linking us to the live streaming, so that we could see our Niece Cindy Ivin’s Memorial Service.  Please let her fellow workers know we thank them for their additional support along with her friends that helped her.  Cindy was very special to us. Uncle Willard & Aunt Val Gean Wiese North Dallas Funeral Home 972-241-9100 Don Dodd-Funeral Director