Condolence & Memory Journal

Milan, John and I are so sorry to learn of Sally's passing and would like to send you our most sincere condolences. We always enjoyed visiting with you and Sally at musical events and enjoyed being with both of you. Sally was a lovely lady and contributed greatly to all of us. Carol and John Kososki

Posted by Carol Kososki - Columbia, SC - Friend   September 07, 2020

Milan, I was so sorry to hear about Sally. She was such a sweet person and I know how much you loved her. My thoughts are with you and your family.
Betty Robinson

Posted by Betty Robinson - Columbia, SC - Friend   September 05, 2020

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Sally was a delightful person always having a positive outlook on life and a kind word for all. I worked at the Frost Clinic and would see how happy Sally and Milan were together, truly a model for us all today.
May god give all the comfort you and your family need to start the healing.
Paula Taylor

Posted by PAULA SMOAK - columbia, SC   September 03, 2020

Milan and Children

It's with sadness that I and my wife, Carol McClellan, heard about your wonderful spouse and mother passing away this week. She was always a delight to be around with: a great coworker at Fort Jackson, neighbor in Forest Lake, and a coworker for many years with my wife, Carol. She will be dearly missed by all.
Sincerely, Daniel and Carol

Posted by daniel fifis - McClellanville, SC   September 02, 2020

Milan, my heart broke when I saw Sally's death in the paper. I so remember how much you love your wife and family. Sally will be missed. You will see her every time you look at any member of that wonderful family you two created. My thoughts and prayers are with you. God will give you strength, day by day, to continue living. Mary Stewart, Irmo

Posted by Mary Stewart - Irmo, SC - Friend   September 01, 2020

Kitty and I offer our prayers and sincere condolences While I only met Sally a couple of times, I know how dedicated you seemed to be to your family. I hope your days ahead can still be filled with the joys of living knowing that your friends are thinking about you and praying for your future happiness.

Ed Farnell LTC Retired

Posted by Edwin Farnell - Blythewood, SC - Friend   August 31, 2020

I worked with Sally at CC Pinckney Elementary School. The first day I met her, she greeted me with a big hello and her beautiful infectious smile, which I will always remember. I loved to hear her laugh because it would always put a smile on my face. She was a phenomenal teacher and coworker. She left footprints on my hear that will stay forever. My condolences to the family, I know she Cwill be sorely missed.

Posted by Patricia Walters - Columbia, SC - Coworker   August 31, 2020

We could not have asked for a more wonderful neighbor as Sally! I will miss our chats in the street - catching up on the news of each other's children and grandchildren. I know how devoted Sally was to her husband and her family. She will be missed by all of us. Our condolences to your family.

Genny and David Letts

Posted by Genny Letts - Columbia, SC - Neighbor   August 31, 2020

I had the pleasure of working with Sally for many years at C C Pinckney Elementary School on Fort Jackson, SC. Sally was an outstanding teacher who showed had so much empathy for military parents. Years ago, after I had given birth to my son, she and her daughter Jane came and babysat one Saturday so that my husband and I could have an evening out. That was the kind of person she was...a generous, giving spirit always laced with a big smile and lots of laughter.
Our condolences to the family. May God grant you His peace and comfort in the days ahead.

David and Gloria Brown

Posted by Gloria Brown - Columbia, SC - Coworker   August 31, 2020

I am so sorry for the sad loss of Sally. I enjoyed seeing Sally for many years at Forest Lake Presbyterian and in our PEO chapter. Sally was always upbeat, friendly, and such a lovely person with a wonderful family. I was privileged to teach her son Derek at Richland Northeast High School and to be church friends with John and Natalie and Will. Sally 's sister Linda Jackson and I taught together at AC Flora years ago. Our families have many connections. i know you will miss Sally terribly, and her many friends and i will also. My condolences go out to all of you as well as my prayers.

Posted by Judy Timmons - Columbia, SC - Friend   August 31, 2020

Col O/B: Very sad to hear of your loss. I know how devoted you were to Mrs Sal. The Lord be with you.

Posted by Jerry Howard - Lexington - Served in the Military together   August 31, 2020

Our condolences on the loss of your wife. You are in our prayers.

Posted by Richard Walker - West Columbia, SC - Served in the Military together   August 31, 2020

Col O/B: Very sad to hear of your loss. I know how devoted you were to Mrs Sal. The Lord be with you.

Posted by Jerry Howard - Lexington - Served in the Military together   August 31, 2020

When God takes our love ones home he leaves a gift of memories in exchange. Hold on to good memories and let them be your guide during this hard time of sadness.

Ask for God's peace' you are in our prayers

Arthur Holmes and Family

Posted by Arthur Holmes - Columbia, SC - Coworker   August 31, 2020

Colonel O'Bradovich,

You won't remember me, but I was one of the many minions under you in the ARCOM back in the 80's. That is almost forty years ago, meaning time flies, which also sadly means loved ones leave us. I saw your wife's obituary in the Newsless Courier, and I want to extend my condolences. I had met Mrs. O'B several times when we had those Dinings-In. I am old enough to know that there is really nothing I can say to assuage your grief, but I hope that just knowing others care provides you comfort in the moments of darkness. I hope you can accept that the deep sorrow you have now is the reflection in a mirror of the great happiness you had in your marriage and life when your wife was alive. That is what can console you.

Posted by Michael Barrett - Daniel Island, SC   August 30, 2020

Col O'B, we were saddened to learn of Sally's passing.. Cheryl and I remember speaking with both of you during physical with a knee replacement and me a hip. She was a wonderful lady and partner with you in life. She is with the Lord now. Cheryl and my thoughts are with you and your family my friend and former leader. God bless.

Ed Ewing, COL USA (Ret)

Posted by Edmund Ewing - Lexington, SC - Served in the Military together   August 30, 2020

Milan - We were saddened today to learn of your loss. This is surely a difficult time for you & your family, but be certain you're in the prayers of your old SCDC family.

George & Pat Martin

Posted by George Martin - Chapin, SC - Family Friend   August 30, 2020

I am so sorry to learn of Sally's passing. She was a dear friend and dedicated teacher and coworker. My heart goes out to Milan and family.

Posted by Carol George Runy - Friend   August 30, 2020

My prayers and condolences are with you all at this time. Sally led a full and purpose filled life and I know will be greatly missed.

Posted by Gale Bostick - Columbia, SC - Family Friend   August 30, 2020

Sally was a member of our USC DAR Chapter. She was always generous with her smile and made anyone feel welcomed. I remember Sally as a gracious and brave lady.

Posted by Joyce Metts Grimes - Acquaintance   August 30, 2020

My heart is broken. I love you Mom, and you will never be forgotten. I miss you beyond measure. Your daughter Jane

Posted by Jane O'Bradovich Lewis - Lugoff, SC - Daughter   August 30, 2020

The most amazing and caring mother I could ever wish for ! I love you Mom , and I will forever miss you dearly. Love always your daughter Jane

Posted by Jane O’Bradovich Lewis - Daughter   August 29, 2020