Enoch Washington Bradshaw, age 77, of North Charleston, passed away Thursday, February 1, 2018 in Mt. Pleasant, SC. Mr. Bradshaw was born on July 29, 1940 in Georgetown, SC to the late William Gaylor Bradshaw and the late Edeline Anderson Bradshaw. In addition to his parents, he was also preceded in death by two Brothers, Charlie Bradshaw and Buddy O. Bradshaw; and by a Sister, Mary B. Byron. Mr. Bradshaw was a Veteran, having served in the U.S. Army. He was also the Owner and Operator of an upholstery shop in North Charleston.
Mr. Bradshaw is survived by: a Son, Grady Murray of Georgia ; Two Daughters, Caroline Mills of Florence, SC and Susan Boyd of Tennessee ; 8 Grandchildren ; Two Brothers, William G. (& Joyce) Bradshaw, Jr. of McClellanville, SC and Sam E. (& Linda) Bradshaw of Greenville, SC ; and by a number of Nieces and Nephews, and Great Nieces and Great Nephews.
Funeral services for Mr. Enoch Washington Bradshaw will be announced at a later date.
Condolences may be expressed at: www.burroughsfh.com
Burroughs Funeral Home and Cremation Services (843-651-1440) is assisting the Bradshaw family with the arrangements.
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I served with Enoch in the Army. at times he would play the guitar and sing. I considered him a friend.. We made the trek from Ft. Knox to Korea together, and had a lot of fun. I was supposed to go to OCS so they had me doing gofer stuff in the motor pool. Enoch was getting experience in the DMZ while I was getting coffee and running errands.. We had an jeep attacked by N Koreans on a bridge on one Yankee.. It was decide to beef up the OP's and I was tasked to drive a truck load to the OP.. I didn't know where it was and was scared to death... but Enoch talked me thru it. I'll never forget it.. God Bless You Enoch!
Submitted by David McGhee on Jul 2 2018 07:39:23 PM
Never forget those few YRS living together and your song about your daughter Caroline.YOU were a good man last time I saw you and gift you GAVE me WAS a Bible.Always loved you Pat
Submitted by Pat Cox on Feb 13 2018 11:48:38 AM
Enoch was always a clown . He sang and told some of the most awesome stories and was on the go all the Time so, Rest in my No Show Cousin .I love you vey Much ..
Norma Gene Butler Hanna
Submitted by Norma Gene Butler hanna on Feb 4 2018 06:51:21 PM
My memories of uncle Enoch is playing his guitar and singing his heart out. He almost always had a big smile on his face and a story to tell. We gave him a surprise 60th birthday party and we were all there and Enoch never came. From then on I called him No Show Enoch. He mad a lot of mistakes in his life. He also helped a lot of people. I will miss my uncle Enoch. Rest In pease and enjoy heaven and your family. Will never forever you.
Submitted by Elaine Wilson on Feb 4 2018 01:51:19 PM
Will miss you like crazy.
Tell Daddy and Aunt Mary we love and miss them.
You, Uncle Buddy and Kevin I know are playing, picking and singing like crazy once again. Don't make to much noise up there where you cause a rumble down here.
Can't wait until we are all together.
I know you had a great welcoming committee waiting for you.
I look forward to having that same committee to greet me.
Submitted by Joyce Powell on Feb 4 2018 01:45:14 PM
We love you Uncle Enoch, have fun telling stories with Pawpaw and let him know we love and miss him too l.
Submitted by Anastashia Powell on Feb 4 2018 01:32:42 PM
God bless you man, going to miss your crazy self! Tell everyone in heaven we love and miss them! Till we meet again! Leland Tisdale says he loves you Brendan Tisdale also says that he loves you!
Submitted by Micheal L Tisdale on Feb 4 2018 01:31:20 PM
We sure will miss you Uncle Enoch!
Submitted by Melissa Moore on Feb 4 2018 01:30:39 PM
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