Rob Bironas’ wife Rachel Bradshaw

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  1. Kristina Jupp

    Rachel, you may not remember my name but I was your bridal consultant. I’m so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my prayers.

  2. Sheila Massengale

    So sorry for your loss, thoughts and prayers with the family…Rob was one of the greatest players that I ever got to watch play, God gained another great angel.

  3. Rhonda B

    You poor angel. I know you’re devastated. My hope is that someday soon, you’ll be able to look back with pride at how much Rob did for everyone around him. He was a great asset to Nashville. It’s time to be hurt, angry, and sad now. But one day, you’re gonna get up, brush yourself off, and have the wonderful life you know Rob wanted for you. I’m so sorry, honey.

  4. Angelia M. Pena

    Our Thoughts and Prayers go out to The Bradshaw and Bironas Families. May The Lord give you strength as you prepare for these difficult days ahead.

  5. Kathleen Loucks

    Dear Rachel,
    There are no words which will ever undo your wretched loss, and overwhelming grief. I am sooooooooooo very sorry for the pain you are suffering, and all of your families and friends. It’s so pointless and tragic. My heart is crying for all of you.
    Allow me to share something with you…
    Early in 1994 I found out that I was unexpectingly expecting. I was still nursing a baby boy who was not even 9 mos. old yet. I had to have an ultrasound just to get an idea of how far along I was. Birth control for nursing mothers did not work for me. During the exam, the doctor discovered something was very wrong. To make a long story short, my son was a Tri-Somi 18, and we were told he would die (if he lived to be born) shortly after his birth. Not believing in abortion, I carried him to term, and he died in my arms two days after he was born. I suffered so terribly that year, I can not tell you. It was desperately hard to buy an outfit to bury him in, and make his funeral arrangements before he was even born. After he died, and my depression was consuming me, The Lord spoke to me. Was the pain I was suffering worth his existence? I got to have him for two days…was he worth it? If G-d could undo it all, and my husband and I would never have had to suffer such pain…would I opt out? When I said “yes, he was worth it”, my pain flowed out of me, and gratefulness flowed in. I had my little Matthew, I saw him, and I held him, and I loved him. He is in heaven waiting for me. It was way too short, but even two days with him was worth every bit of heartache I went through. I pray you will be able to overcome your grief with the same thoughts and feelings…you had Rob for only a short while…and though you’re suffering his loss now, it’s so worth it to have had him at all. A little time with someone special is like a lifetime…he made you a better, more complete person just the same. kl xoxoxoxo

  6. Judith Horne

    My family has your family in our prayers and thoughs lean on your dad and on the Lord take every day a day at a time I am sur

  7. Judith Horne

    My family has your family in our prayers and thoughs lean on your dad and on the Lord take every day a day at a time I am sure u were his last

  8. Barbara Singrey

    I do not know you but i am from Louisiana. Not far from where your dad was born. I just saw the sad news on facebook and wondered where your dad was today. I am so sorry for your loss sweetie. He was a handsome young man. Too young to leave you. You will be in my prayers tonight and so will your dad. He will help you through this. God be with you and your family.

  9. Ginger Berger

    Dear Rachel, I am so sorry for the loss of your husband. My thoughts and prayers to you and your family. Its never easy, no matter how long you were together. i lost my husband of 49 years last Nov 27th. But I know he is an angel watching over me now as is Rob is your angel to watch and protect you. Words can’t take away your pain but may you feel comfort in all the memories you have made with each other.

  10. Mark & Joyce Krassa

    Rachel, Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. I worked with Rob for nine years on special teams with the Tennessee Titans. He was a great guy. Stay strong! God will see you through this trying time. You have a great family. Always in our prayers!

    Mark & Joyce Krassa

  11. paulette

    I am so so sorry for your great loss. I cannot even imagine what you and your family must be going through. I hope that you will find comfort in knowing that God is always there for you and you will see Rob again some day. May God bless you and your family.

  12. Ed Badger

    God Bless the Bironas and Bradshaw families. So very sorry for your loss. I pray for your comfort and that Rob is remembered for what a great man he was.

  13. Ed

    I had the opportunity to meet Rob during his stay in Long Island, NY back in May of 2014. He spent hours talking about Rachael. I felt like I knew her. He was filled with happiness. My prayers are with you Rachael. Stay strong. I’ll always have you in my heart.

  14. Richie pratt

    You don’t know me I’m from Toronto Canada So sad to hear about your husband rob. My thoughts are with you and your family during your difficult time

  15. Melanie

    I heard the news yesterday while taking tourists to Nashville on a tour of our great city. I was deeply saddened by the news. I am so sorry for your great loss. I know he was a great man and that you loved him dearly. Cherish the memories you have of him during your time together. Please know that the city of Nashville will forever love him as our Titans’ kicker but more so for the contributions he made to others. God bless you and you walk through this dark place. Your families are in our prayers.

  16. Susan

    My heart is heavy because of your loss. My prayers will be with you and your families. So much sympathy is going your way. God bless you.

  17. michelle arms

    I am so deeply sorry for your loss!!! As many others I met Rob a few years ago at what has become your house. I used to clean for him with my boss Tonya Seitzman. I used to tell him he should quit chewing and in return he would get onto me about smoking. One day Rob came in and noticed that i was too quiet instead of ribbing him as usual., I was having a few issues at home. Rob put his hand on my shoulder , and said, Michelle , i do .not know what is going on in your life but, i will pray for it to get better.That brought a tear to my eye and showed me , he did not feel he was any better than i was. He was a very caring, and loving soul. My heart felt sympathy goes out to you, his son, friends,and family. We have lost a very unique and wonderful man.Knowing Rob the humble person he seemed to be wouldn t want all of us to focus on the sadness so i will think about his smile, his laughter and the wonderful , caring soul that I knew. Bless you and yours, with deepest sympathy,Michelle

  18. Robby

    Psalm 23 King James Version

    23 The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want.

    2 He maketh me to lie down in green pastures: he leadeth me beside the still waters.

    3 He restoreth my soul: he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name’s sake.

    4 Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.

    5 Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies: thou anointest my head with oil; my cup runneth over.

    6 Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the Lord for ever.

  19. Pam helm

    I lost my husband from cancer about a year ago. Loosing your spouse makes you feel like you can’t feel your heart. My prayers go out to you.

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