In memory of

Rebecca Bradshaw

Jul 18, 1953
Aug 20, 2016


Rebecca Was born in Mt. Airie Georgia, to Hershel and Dora Bell Alexander. She attended school in Tacoa, Georgia and lived in Detroit, Michigan for a while before moving back to Georgia where she met Charles Bradshaw while he was serving in the US Navy. They were married on December 17, 1968 in Walhalla, South Carolina, and moved to Stayton, Oregon after the military service in 1969. They raised two sons, Michael and Christopher.

Rebecca worked as a dietary aide and a cook in a military hospital, and as a CNA in Healthcare and Home Healthcare.

Preceding her in death is her son, Michael; brothers, Johnie, Carl, and James; and her parents. She is survived by her husband, Charles; son, Christopher(tonya); granddaughter, Justina; sisters, Wilma, Willa Mae, Joan, and Faye. She was a very loving wife, mother and grandmother. Rebecca enjoyed her family, friends, and work. She will be greatly missed.

Memorial service will be held 2 PM Saturday, August 27, 2016, at Johnson Funeral Home, 134 Missouri Ave S, Salem, OR 97302

Service Information

Celebration of Life
Saturday, August 27, 2016 @ 2:00 PM
Johnson Funeral Home
134 Missouri Ave S
Salem, OR 97302


Messages of Sympathy

  1. C. Currin says:

    As a co-worker of Becky's I had the honor of working with her. I always appreciated her caring spirit, down to earth attitude, and her eye-twinkling sense of humor! She enriched so many lives and will be sorely missed.

  2. “Becky’s little man”, Richard (Dick) Gabbert & Fran Gabbert says:

    Becky became a friend to us in a such a short time. She came to us as our CNA who bathed my husband twice weekly. We loved our time for visiting with her and making sure she had some home baked goods that tasted good to her. She always said she was doing well so we were shocked and worried about her and you Charles when we learned she was on medical leave. We loved Becky! She was awesome and such a friend. Becky it is nice to know that you will not have anymore pain to suffer. Our prayers and love are with you, the family and all the ones that loved you!

  3. Sandi & Steve King says:

    My heart aches for you Chuck & your family. I do understand your pain as I list my husband June 9, 2016. It is a hard journey but there are support groups that do help. I will keep you in my prayers and know that you were lived deeply by Becky and one day we will both be together with our sweethearts. Just remember you are never alone - no matter how much you may feel like you are.

    God bless & give you peace.

  4. Johnson Funeral Home Staff says:

    Thank you for your trust in Johnson Funeral Home. We offer our deepest sympathies for your loss. Rebecca was well loved by her family and friends.

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