Roger Bradshaw Obituary, Death – We are deeply saddened to inform you of the passing of Mr. Roger Bradshaw, the man who founded the Eastern Ravens Trust in 1961. Even though Roger passed away more than 60 years ago, he continues to serve as a model for all of us since he was such a wonderful person with a golden heart. Your legacy will continue to inspire us in the work that we perform each and every day. We hope we make you proud.
On August 3, 2019, Roger Bradshaw passed away at the age of 73 years old. On September 29, 1945, he was born to his parents, Walter Lewis Bradshaw and Dorothy Mae (Dodson) Bradshaw. When he was a child, his family relocated numerous times. In the end, Roger relocated to Amarillo, Texas, where he attended Palo Duro High School and was a successful athlete in track and field. After that, he continued his education at Texas A&M University in College Station, where he earned a master’s degree in biology. Roger spent a significant portion of his career in the oil and gas business working as a research scientist.
On October 28, 1988, the couple wed in Allen, Texas. Lorie Ilene Baber was his bride. Roger cherished time spent in the great outdoors and found particular fulfillment in fostering an appreciation for the natural world in the young people he met. His devotion for his family was his number one priority. Roger is survived by his wife, Lorie Bradshaw, of McKinney, Texas; his children, Andrea Ingram and her husband Charles of Greenville, Kara Greer and her husband Jason of McKinney, Clint Brock and his wife Lauren of McKinney, and Jared Brock and his wife Jacqueline of Belton; his grandchildren, Carla, Hope, Hannah, Jonathan, Benjamin, Ellie, Beckham, Olive, and Emmie Lou; and his brothers, Robert Bradshaw and his wife Ne
Walter and Dorothy Bradshaw, his parents, both passed away before he was born.