Alice DeAnne Bradshaw, 51, of Meridian, Idaho unexpectedly crossed into eternity and into the presence of her Lord and Savior on Wednesday, August 8th, 2018.
Alice was born in Santa Monica, California on June 13th, 1967 and spent most of her early years growing up near Beaverton, Oregon. Her family moved to Meridian in 1980 where she finished high school and then went on to study at, University of Idaho, Northwest Nazarene University and Boise State University. She recently earned her real estate license as well. Alice was a bright light and a great joy to so many as she loved deeply and cared for countless souls throughout her time with us. She is survived by her husband Alan Grant Bradshaw and their four children; Abigail (spouse Jon Page), Allaina, Joseph and Isabelle. The love Alice has for her husband and children cannot be measured or expressed adequately. They are her most precious and valued blessing in the life she was given. Her overriding priority and desire is that Alan and their children will experience great joy, fullness of life and peace until they all meet again. The youngest of four kids born to Dennis and Katherine Davidson she is survived by her father and three siblings; Laura, Timothy and Michael. Her mother, Katherine and niece Melody preceded her into eternity. Alice married Alan Bradshaw in Boise in August of 1987 and they have raised their family in Meridian. Alice was an amazing life partner to Alan in so many ways. She was his partner in adventures and business as well as a wife, a mother, a daughter, a sister and a friend to many. Alice had a strong faith that included a lifelong passion and appreciation for God’s creation. Along with many friends and family members, they would take every opportunity possible to spend time recreating in the outdoors including hiking, boating and camping. Alice also loved to travel with Alan and they would often join with others to see other parts of the world. Even though we grieve deeply and will miss Alice tremendously, we are comforted in our faith and know that she waits for us all in the glorious mansion prepared for all who put their trust in Jesus.
The family plans to have a small private memorial service under the guidance and direction of Nampa Funeral Home, Yraguen Chapel, 415 12th Ave. So. 208-442-8171.The family suggests that memorial contributions be made to a favorite charity. An online guest book is available at www.nampafuneralhome.com