Myranda LeSchelle Bradsher, the beloved daughter of Demetra Childers Evans and Marvin Bradsher, was born on April 9, 1996 in Savannah, Georgia. However, Savannah was only her temporary home. At the age of three, the bubbling toddler moved to Atlanta, Georgia with her mother, a strong and courageous young woman who was seeking better opportunities for her herself and her young daughter. Therefore, Metro-Atlanta became her permanent home. The two of them, closely bonded by love, were inseparable.
In 2013, Myranda graduated from Mount Zion High School, located in Jonesboro, Ga. She attended Middle Georgia State University for two years, and was pursuing a bachelor of science degree in psychology at Southern New Hampshire University at the time of her death. Her career goal was to become a licensed psychotherapist so that she could increase her ability to help people, something that she loved to do, and that she did on a regular basis. She especially had a heart for, and served, the elderly, the disabled and the homeless. “I’m doing the Lord’s work,” she would often say to her mom.
Myranda was gifted in many areas and she possessed excellent technical skills. She was employed by Best Buy as a team member of the Geek Squad, where she was responsible for trouble-shooting all electronics that are sold by Best Buy, including computers. She also worked as a customer service representative for Morgan Stanley.
Randi, as she was affectionately referred to by her family and friends, had a big heart and a big personality. She was as vibrant as her favorite color--yellow. She never met a stranger, was easy to get along with and was unselfish and soft-hearted. Randi was not only a girly-girl(she loved all things pink), but she was also a daddy’s girl; she had a deep and abiding love for her father, Marvin, and loved and cherished her stepfather, Montoya.
Her love for her mom, Demetra, was beyond description. In Myranda’s eyes, there was no one like her mother. When her mom visited her elementary school, she would introduce her to her teachers as if she were a movie star. “Ya’ll see this lady? This is my momma,” she would say, while beaming with pride and joy. As an adult, she still maintained her love and admiration for her mother.
It seemed as though nothing really ever got Randi down. She was resilient, happy, always positive, carefree, and loved to make everyone laugh. Randi enjoyed knitting and crocheting, and she simply adored her pet rabbit, her furbaby, Mr. Herbert Blueberry Bradley.
On Sunday, August 14, Randi’s life tragically ended when the car in which she was riding was struck by a drunk driver. (In honor of Myranda, please support MADD, Mothers Against Drunk Driving).
Myranda leaves to cherish her memories her parents, Marvin Bradsher, of Durham, N.C, and Montoya and Demetra Evans; her sisters, Amari Bradsher and Amani Bradsher of Dallas, Texas; her maternal grandparents, Ella Childers, and Julian and Alvenia Childers; her paternal grandmother, Daphine Bradsher, of Durham, N.C.; her aunts, Wanda (Curtis) Morris of Griffin, Ga.; Juanita (Eric) Johnson, Dedra Childers, LaJean Bradsher, of Durham, N.C., and Marie (Demetrius) Johnson of Greer, N.C.; her uncles, Julian (Sheryl) Childers, Jr. of Guyton, Ga.; David (Dianne) Childers of Hinesville, Ga., Elder Nathaniel (LeRhonda) Childers, Joe Childers,Jerome Jackson, Keith (Dena) Watts of Tampa, Florida; her Godparents, Thomas and Novella Holmes; a special friend, Talon Bradley of Atlanta, Ga., her furbaby, Herbert Blueberry Bradley, and a host of cousins, friends and family.
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