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Jeffrey Wayne Bramley

Friday, May 3, 2024
Jeffrey Wayne Bramley

Jeffrey Wayne Bramley, aged 41, of Andrews, TX passed from this life on April 27, 2024, in Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin. Born on July 31, 1982, in Andrews, Texas, Jeffery was a beloved son, brother, uncle, and friend known for his adventurous spirit and his remarkable ability to accomplish anything he set his mind to.

Jeffrey is survived by his loving parents, Walter F. Bramley and Janice “George” Bramley of Andrews, TX; his sisters, Sheri Bramley, and Christi Bramley, both of Ft. Worth, TX, and Barbara Lennox of Washington. He was a cherished nephew to his aunts Linda Bramley of Andrews, TX, Linda Smith and her husband Bob of Slaton, TX, Brinda Currey of Lubbock, TX, Nelda Metcalf and her husband Forest of Roswell, NM, Donna Busbea and her husband Denny of Lubbock, TX, and Vida Reddell and her husband Greg of Abilene, TX. He also leaves behind his uncles Wayne Bramley of Andrews, TX, and William George of Loco, OK, as well as numerous beloved cousins.

Jeffrey was preceded in death by his grandparents Walter Sr. and Lois Bramley, and W.J. and Joyce George, and his loyal dog and best friend, Kilo.

Jeffrey’s professional journey was as dynamic as his personality. He began his career as an electrician, later transitioning into automation. His expertise and passion for his work led him to a fulfilling career as a service technician at a water treatment company, a role that took him across the United States and Canada. Those who worked with Jeffery respected his dedication and the knowledge he brought to each project.

Beyond his work, Jeffrey was a man of many interests. From a young age, he dreamed of becoming a motocross racer, and although an injury prevented him from competing professionally, he never lost his love for the sport. He continued to enjoy dirt bikes, dune buggies, and motorcycles, often reminiscing about the joyous times spent riding in the Kermit Sandhills with friends and family. An avid traveler, Jeffrey’s adventures took him to many places, but he held a special fondness for hiking in Utah with Kilo, his faithful canine companion.

Those who knew Jeffrey would describe him as exceptionally intelligent and adventurous. His zest for life and his enthusiasm for exploring the world were infectious. He had a unique gift for making lasting memories with those he loved, and his absence will be deeply felt by all who had the privilege of knowing him.

As we bid farewell to Jeffrey Wayne Bramley, we celebrate a life lived with passion and purpose. His legacy of adventure, camaraderie, and resilience will continue to inspire those he leaves behind. Jeffrey’s story is not just one of the places he’s been or the work he’s done; it is a narrative of the hearts he’s touched and the indelible mark he’s left on this world.

In lieu of flowers donations in Jeffrey’s name can be made to the St. Jude Childrens Hospital.

Family and friends will gather to celebrate his life at 2:00PM, Monday, May 6, 2024, at the McNett Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Jeff Chapman and Pastor Mark Wilson officiating. A visitation will be held from 1:00PM-8:00PM, Sunday, May 5, 2024, at McNett Funeral Home. Arrangements are under the personal care of Mc-Nett Funeral Home.