Lynda Segelquist Bradley passed away peacefully at home surrounded by loved ones on August 26, 2020.
Lynda was born to Erna Lynn “Patsy” Lipscomb and Robert Segelquist on September 16, 1955 and was raised in Texas City, Texas. She attended Sam Houston State University, College of the Mainland and University of Houston-Clear Lake and earned her degree in Business Administration in 1989 from UHCL while working a full-time job.
Lynda worked in the oil and chemical business where she excelled at any task she was given. She had a love for working but decided to retire in 2013 and move to Centerville, Texas with her husband to live the country life and tend to their growing herd of Longhorn cattle at Lone Star Longhorns. Being a career woman, she found pleasure in returning to the work force in Leon County for several more years.
She also involved herself in the local community and was a member of the First United Methodist Church, Certified CERT Team, Ham Radio Club and Leon County Master Gardeners. She loved being a member of the Chi Omega Sorority at Sam Houston State University and looked forward to the yearly reunions the group would attend. She loved traveling and taking long naps when she could fit them in. Lynda loved being a MiMi to her grandson, Miles Bradley and also loved her little dogs, Scruffy and Haley.
Lynda was preceded in death by her parents. She is survived by her husband, David Bradley, stepson, Timothy Bradley & wife, Jennifer; grandson, Miles Bradley; brothers, Wesley (Denise) Segelquist & David (Holly) Segelquist; nephew, Robert Segelquist and niece, Sky Segelquist.
A memorial celebration of life was held 2 P.M., Saturday, August 29, 2020 at Walters Funeral Home in Centerville, Texas, officiated by Rev. Patricia Lund, pastor of First United Methodist Church, Centerville, Texas.
If a memorial gift is desired, contributions can be made to the Lynda Bradley Memorial Scholarship Fund at Community National Bank & Trust of Texas, P.O. Box 187, Centerville, Texas 75833.
Walters Funeral Home, Centerville, Texas was in charge of arrangements. www.waltersfuneralhome.com