Julie Kyzima

Julie A. Kyzima (Bradshaw)

Sunday May 11, 1975 - Wednesday May 20, 2020
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May 11, 1975 - May 20, 2020

Julie Ann Bradshaw Kyzima, 45 of Ringwood, New Jersey, formerly of Bland, Virginia passed away on Wednesday May 20, 2020 at Shore Medical Center, Summers Point, New Jersey.

She was a 1993 graduate of Graham High School in Bluefield, Virginia and was a proud member of the GHS Band. Julie received the "Semper Fi" award from the United States Marine Corp for playing her saxophone. Julie attended Radford University, Radford, Virginia and received her Bachelor of Science and Disorders in May of 1998. Julie then furthered her education at Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina and graduated with honors in May 2000. At that time she received her Masters Degree in Speech Language Pathology. Her Career started at Wake Forest Medical Center in Winston Salem, North Carolina and continued to the present as a dedicated Speech Therapist to her patients ranging from small babies to the elderly.

Julie was preceded in death by her paternal grandparents, Frank Jr. and Elizabeth Bradshaw and maternal grandparents Daniel and Zareda Earnest; her father, Danny E Bradshaw; and two brothers, Danny (D,J,) Bradshaw, Jr. and Davey L. Bradshaw.

She is survived by her loving husband, Vincent James Kyzima and two young cherished children. Son, Daniel James Kyzima and daughter, Gabriella Bevere Kyzima of the home. Her mother, Linda Earnest Bradshaw of Wytheville, Virginia. Three nephews, Chase Bradshaw, Henry (Hank) Bradshaw and Hunter Bradshaw. Several Uncles, Aunts and Cousins to numerous to list. Also her Alpha Sigma TAU Sorority Sisters and many friends.

Julie's family has always been proud of her life accomplishments and we are comforted that she was an organ donor.

There will be a celebration of Jule's life at a later date.
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Karol Gordon

Posted at 12:41pm
Julie, Thank you for so many wonderful memories. Here's to you being remembered for a long, long time.
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Rich H

Posted at 08:50pm
Profound love for you, in my heart for eternity.
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Sandra Bowling

Posted at 05:26pm
I am so happy that I got to see Julie and her children a few years ago. As DJ's younger sister, she was an important part of our life. I will never forget the summer that Lisa and I were invited to the beach to 'help babysit' Julie, who was lovingly called "Smurfette" by her momma. It was a magical time, as we had never seen the ocean. As far as work, Julie was a piece of cake to babysit. She was up for anything that we teenagers wanted to do. Julie was always beautiful, and just grew into an older version with the same gorgeous smile! I feel a piece of my childhood has gone, but I know she is in heaven with DJ and Davey looking out over her as they always did!

Patricia Mitchell

Posted at 12:01am
Linda thinking of you. So sorry for your loss. I never even remember seeing Julie but this picture says it all. Beautiful, happy, eyes that sparkle, a smile to make you smile, educated, full of life. Just so sad.

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