(Dec. 19, 2013) -- According to the UTSA Office of Information Technology, employee and team leader Charles Bradley died Wednesday, Dec. 18.
"It is with great sadness that we inform you of Charles' passing. He was a longtime team leader for the Triage group with OIT Support Services," said Vanessa Kenon in OIT. "Our friend and valued colleague was quite ill the past few days and had been in the hospital. Several of his OIT co-workers were able to visit with him and his family. He passed away with his brother nearby. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family at this difficult time."
Bradley worked at UTSA for 15 years and made many friends during that time. He shared his love for remote-control cars and planes, his dog, and his many other hobbies and endeavors. He also got some of his colleagues hooked on those hobbies.
He was a big part of OIT over the years including hiring and training staff and working with many people in the UTSA community.
There will be a visitation to pay final respects to Charles Bradley from 4 to 9 p.m., Monday, Dec. 23 at Castillo Mission Funeral Home. He will be cremated with no burial. For more information, call 210-458-5555.
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