Friday, January 16, 2015

Spotlight Volunteer--Joyce Bradley

                                          PETEETNEET VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHT
                                                              JOYCE BRADLEY

            The Peteetneet Museum is so blessed all the wonderful volunteers who serve at the museum each week.  The volunteer tour guides volunteer at least  three hours each week. Many of them come in and work for other volunteers if they are unable to cover their shift.
            One of our dedicated volunteers is Joyce Bradley.  Sue volunteers every Thursday morning each week.  Joyce is a wonderful local lady who was born and raised in Payson.  She has lived  her whole life in Payson with the exception of one year when she attended Utah State University in Logan.
            She attended Payson schools and graduated from Payson High School in 1963.  She then attended Cosmetology School.  She operated a beauty salon her  home for twenty years.
            She married Robert Bradley, also a Payson native, and the love of her life.  H sadly passed away in December 2009 after 40 years of wedded bliss.  They are the parents of three children.  Their only daughter, Andrea Curtis, lives in Salem and is married to Dale Curtis.  They have four children.  These grandchildren have blessed Joyce with her precious great-grandchildren.
            Her son, Bodie Bradley, is married to Pam Briggs.  They have three of Joyce’s outstanding grandchildren.
            Clint Bradley, her second son, is married to Karin Holden and they are the proud parents of another five extraordinary grandchildren.
            Joyce was involved in selling real estate for a number of years and was one of the most outstanding sales people in her new profession.  She has now retired.
            She has enjoyed her time volunteering at the Peteetneet.  She feels she serves with some of the nicest individuals in the world and they have become very good friends.  She feels she has gained so much more from this association that she could possibly give.  Her friends who volunteer along with her note what a wonderful and caring person that the demonstrates to others. 
            She would highly recommend volunteering at the Peteetneet to anyone who asks her.  She feels that it has been a very worthwhile activity.  She loves her association with all of the other people at the museum who also volunteer their time serving in this capacity.  Joyce is another one of our wonderful volunteers and we appreciate her very much.

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