The Pennsylvania House of Representatives has adopted a measure honoring the life and service of Robert Bradley Jr., a State College police officer who died Feb. 9.
House Resolution 135 pay tribute to Bradley’s commitment to protecting the lives of others, Rep. Scott Conklin, D-Rush Township, said in a news release.
“This is a small token of appreciation to present to Officer Bradley’s family. For their loss, they have my deepest sympathy,” Conklin said. “Following this tragedy, kinder words about Robert as a police officer, a friend and family man have never been spoken.”
The House honored the life and service of Bradley, who “valiantly committed himself to a lifelong pursuit of protecting others,” according to the resolution. The House also extended its condolences to “those whose lives were positively impacted by him.”