Lee Bradford Stockdale, Jr.

08/30/1947 - 07/06/2020

Obituary for Lee Bradford Stockdale, Jr.

Visitation for Mr. Lee Bradford Stockdale, Jr., 72, will be 3:00-7:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 9, 2020, at the funeral home. There not be any services announced at this time.

Mr. Lee Bradford Stockdale, Jr. was born on Saturday, August 30, 1947, to the union of Lee Bradford Stockdale and Bertha Jones Stockdale in Talladega, Alabama.

Mr. Stockdale was a long time member of Antioch Missionary Baptist Church where he served as an usher. He completed his education in the Talladega County School System. Lee enlisted in the United States military and served in Vietnam. After a number of years of service, Lee retired from the truck driving profession. He enjoyed watching westerns in his spare time. On Tuesday, July 13, 1965, Lee and the former Annie Jo Swain were united in holy matrimony.

On Monday, July 6, 2020, Lee was called to his eternal rest. He was preceded in passing by his wife, Annie Jo Stockdale; and his parents, Lee and Bertha Stockdale.

Cherished memories will forever be in the hearts of his four daughters, Theresa Scott of Sylacauga, Alabama, Priscilla Stockdale of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Feddie Stockdale of Talladega, Alabama and Tanisha (Kenneth) Buford of Garland, Texas; seven grandchildren and seven great grandchildren; two sisters, Rubertha Gooden and Josephine Anderson of Talladega, Alabama; one brother, Patrick Stockdale of Talladega, Alabama; and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.


Guest Book

Love you bro, we had good times especially when you were learning how to drive a tractor-trailer. Bro you mastered that. So ill say well done, you have a safe journey in Jesus arms. Love always your sister Bert.

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Bro you will be truly missed from the times when you first learned to drive trucks I New Jersey. You really loved to drive those trucks. You were one of the best. You also loved your church, when you lift your hand in praise,you could see the joy. So rest well my brother we had good times, we'll see each other again, Love you bro, your sister Bert.CNM6E

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Uncle June you will be truly missed. I can't help but think of the good times we all had as a family growing up. I remember when I was a little girl and I swallowed a marble by accident and was choking, you just so happened to walk by the room and saw me gasping, you snatched me up and need I say, got that marble out! Sleep well! Love you. Ella Bracey-Garrett ~ niece

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