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Jayce CJ Bradford

BradfordJayce Colton James Bradford, age 3 of Winchester, died Friday, Aug. 12, 2016 at the Adena Medical Center in Waverly, Ohio. He was born Oct. 8, 2012 in Anderson Township, the son of Shane Bradford of West Union, and Tasha Fancher (Darrell Hodge) of Winchester. Jayce was preceded in death by two uncles, Joshua Moore and James Bradford; maternal great grandmother Stella (Manning) Fancher; paternal great grandfather James Snodgrass; and cousin Thomas Fields.
In addition to his parents, Jayce is survived by one sister, Tara Boone; one brother, Preston Fancher; two step-sisters, Alyssa and Brylee Hodge; maternal grandparents Angela and Jackie McConnell of Winchester and William Hamilton; paternal grandparents Kathy Bradford of West Union and Richard and Angie Bradford of Peebles; maternal great grandparents Floyd Fancher and wife Helen; paternal great grandparents Norma Hagedorn and husband Paul of Wilmington; 10 aunts and uncles – Aaron Moore, Cody McConnell, Tyler McConnell, Marhiya McConnell, Adrienne Nash and husband Kevin, Tiffany Lopper, Rebekah Carman and husband Joe, Carissa Brandenburg and husband Tyler, Jami Snodgrass and Brandon Snodgrass and wife Mary; eight cousins, Leahney, Olivia, Faith, Daniel McConnell, Kallianne Evans and Gage, Riley and Devin; 14 great aunts and uncles, Harry Fancher and wife Vickie, Becky Fancher and Paul Snyder, Glenn Fancher, Arlie Gillespie, Robert Gillespie, Joe Gillespie, Tim McConnell, Tyler Hamilton, Cheyanne Hamilton, Chandler Hamilton, Debbie Harvey and husband Matt, Jamie Snodgrass and wife Mary, Richard Hagedorn and wife Ava and Kathryn Meranda and husband Wess; two great-great aunts. Virginia Shively and Helen Dawson.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on  Saturday, Aug. 20, 2016 at the Cahall Funeral Home in Mt.Orab. Visitation will be from 6- 8 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 19, 2016 at the funeral home. Interment will be in the Clover Cemetery in Williamsburg, Ohio.
If desired, memorial contributions may be made to the Jayce Bradford Memorial Fund c/o First State Bank.

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