Tylik Bradley aka “Ty-Ty”, who was named after his late uncle Tylik Bradley, began his earth journey on September 15, 1998. He was born to the proud parents of Theresa Groudas and Christopher Bradley. Tylik was born in Lincoln Hospital, Bronx, NY, raised in the prominent Harlem community that he loved so much. Tylik grew up on Bradhurst where it took a village to raise a child. He attended P.S 46 until he graduated and went on to Frederick Douglass Academy 2. Not complacent with NYC school system he decides to venture up state to the Newburgh Free Academy High School where he obtained his GED and also received Skills as an Auto Mechanic.
Although his life was shortened, he lived a fruitful life. Tylik played baseball several years for the Harlem Little League. He brought that positive energy to his team, always laughing and telling his team mates that he got this game today. Tylik also attended The Union Settlement performance Art program where he learned and mastered playing the piano as well as taking professional acting classes, He loved being a part of the St. James Afterschool Program where his grandmother Pat managed for years. Gma Pat had to often remind him that he was not the boss at her job, she was. Tylik attend the renown Convent Baptistes Church where he was baptized and attend Sunday School. As he continued to grow into teenager years he played a major part in his aunts Chanel and Aleesha life. Tylik was very dependable. Tylik strongest gift was always making himself available to extend a helping hand whenever needed. Family and friends meant everything to TY and there’s really almost nothing he wouldn’t do for you. That loving spirit was definitely a gift from God!!!
As he grew into a man, He became a responsible big brother to his lil brother, niece and nephew. The relationship he had with his mother was unbreakable. He shared every experience with her (Even Your).Tylik was very adventurous, he loved to drive and travel, had a great sense of human he also didn’t take no bs from nobody. Tylik loved being around family and friends. At times Tylik would stay up all night and play online video games with his friends. Tylik look forward to annual family vacations and functions. These are the things that were going to miss. Most of all that beautiful smile that lit any room. We love you so much Ty. Tylik Bradley Aka Ty Ty Aka Bapo We love you forever in our hearts.
In Tylik Voice “Huddy”
“TOO GOOD FOR EARTH”
Tylik life will continued to be celebrated by his Mother Theresa Groudas, Father: Christopher Bradley, (Stepfather)Maurice Brown Siblings: Christopher Groudas, Maurice Brown, Dynaisha Williamson, Grandmothers: Joyce Groudas, Patricia Kendly, Alberta Brown, Sherri Brown, Great Grandmother: Willie Mae Kendly Grandfathers: Ronnie Wade, Johnny Nick Brown Robert Bradley Aunts: Aleesha and Chanel Wade, Michelle Solis, Camille Salmon, Cheryl Kendly, Christine Sullivan, Dorothy, Helen Groudas Anna Oles. Arlene Miller, Rose Davis, Nickolette Simmons Natasha Alford Yvette Coar Janice Glover Uncles Christopher, Andrew, Frederick, Elias Groudas, Kenneth and Roderick Kendly. Darius Wade Robert and Donald Bradley Lenny Coleman, John Glover, Kevin Smiley, Wendell Lewis, Hassan Kelly; Daniel Price and Davon Wiiliams. Nieces and Nephews Zaniyah, Zariyah, Davon Williams, Aziyah and Elais Williamson Darius jr and Mason Wade. Cousins: Hannah & Rachel Groudas, Cordia King, Kourtney Knight, Janay, Major, lil Kenny, Sherry Flemming Deshawn Sumner’s, Thein Stewart, Jenny Groudas Tyler and Tyrell Glover, Janay Miller, Myasia and Mustafa Jones, Jamie Murphy & Family Joanne Chris Jason Jonathan & The Johnson Family, The Glover’s Family, The Stewart Family, The Hanley Family, The Campbell’s Family, The Bradley Family and host of many other family & lifetime friends.