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Mr. John P. Bradshaw Jr.

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Board Member

Phone: (540) ***-****  HQ Phone
Western Virginia Water Authority
601 S. Jefferson Street
Roanoke, Virginia 24011
United States


Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • Bachelor of Science degree , Civil Engineering
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Board of Directors, 2 June 2013 [cached]
Serving four-year terms are Vinton resident Donald L. Davis, who is Authority board Chair, city resident John P. Bradshaw, Jr. who is the Vice-Chairman, city resident Harvey D. Brookins, Jr. city residentMarc S. Fink, county resident R. Grayson "Gray" Goldsmith, Franklin County residentShirley Holland, and county resident H. Odell "Fuzzy" Minnix.
Mr. John P. Bradshaw, Jr.
Mr. Bradshaw, the Authority's Vice-Chairman of the Board was raised in the City of Norfolk and became a permanent resident of the City of Roanoke in 1962 when he was transferred here as an engineer with the engineering architectural firm of Hayes Seay Mattern & Mattern. Prior to his retirement from HSMM in 1998, Mr. Bradshaw held various assignments including structural and geotechnical engineer, Structural Department Head, Project Manager, Partner and Chairman of the Board.
He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from MIT and returned there after three years in the Navy to obtain a Masters Degree, specializing in geotechnical engineering. Professionally, he held engineering registrations in more than two dozen states including Virginia and California. In addition to membership in other professional societies, he is a Past President of the Virginia Chapter of ASCE where he was quite supportive of student engineers.
Mr. Bradshaw continued his interest in the Navy, retiring from the Naval Reserve as a Commander. He is a long time member of St. John's Episcopal Church, serving in various rolls including two terms on its Vestry. He also served as Past President of the Kiwanis Club of Roanoke and more recently Past Treasurer and Past President of the Historical Society of Western Virginia. In later rolls, he was instrumental in the establishment of the O. Winston Link Museum.
In 1972 he was appointed to the City of Roanoke Planning Commission and served for some 24 years, including being Chairman at various times. In the fall of 2007, Mr. Bradshaw was elected to a four year term as the City of Roanoke's representative on the Blue Ridge Soil and Water Conservation District Commission.
Southwestern Unitarian Universalist Conference - society, 29 June 2013 [cached]
John Bradshaw Treasurer
Breakell and Historical Society Treasurer John Bradshaw were involved in designing the final location for the caboose.
The Daytona Beach News-Journal: Entertainment, 27 Dec 2003 [cached]
Museum officials renovated the building with $6.8 million in federal, city and private grants, museum treasurer John Bradshaw said.
In addition, Bradshaw said the museum may get an additional two dozen prints that Link's former wife Conchita may have stolen.
With the museum, Roanoke will again benefit from the old passenger station that was once a hub for commuters through western Virginia, Bradshaw said.
"We expect 50,000 people to come here each year.They'll probably spend $10 each in the museum, and we expect them to match that in restaurant fees elsewhere," Bradshaw said.
John Bradshaw has been ..., 5 Nov 2007 [cached]
John Bradshaw has been serving as an appointed member to the board for the past couple of years since the city officially affiliated with the district, which also includes Roanoke, Franklin and Henry counties.
This marks the first election cycle since his and Broaddus Fitzpatrick's appointments.Fitzpatrick has a new job that won't allow him to serve on the board, so a write-in candidate will be needed to fill the other seat, a common occurrence across the state.
Mike Loveman, a Roanoke contractor and former Roanoke parks and recreation employee, has agreed to seek that spot, Bradshaw said.
Bradshaw, a professional engineer and retired director of operations for Hayes, Seay, Mattern & Mattern, acknowledges that being a soil and water conservation director is "a low-key job," but one with important implications.
That not only keeps toxins out of local water supplies but also helps preserve distant resources such as the Chesapeake Bay, Bradshaw said.
Bradshaw noted that his board's other work includes such things as oversight of 10 flood-control dams in Franklin and Henry counties, holding some conservation easements with land trusts, encouraging "green" construction methods, and educating school-age children on the benefits of conservation practices.
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