Bradford Johnson Dye,, American lawyer, retired state official. Bar: Mississippi 1959.
Dye,, Bradford Johnson was born on December 20, 1933 in Tallahatchie County, Mississippi, United States.
Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Laws, University Mississippi.
Practiced law, Grenada, Mississippi, 1959-1961. Later in Jackson, Mississippi. Member Mississippi House of Representatives, 1960-1964, Mississippi Senate, 1964-1968.
Director Agricultural and Industrial Board, 1968-1971. Treasurer State of Mississippi, 1972-1976. Lieutenant governor State of Mississippi, 1980-1992.
Partner Pyle, Dreher, Mills & Dye PA, since 1992. Board directors Federal Home Loan Bank, Dallas. Southeastern advisory board Alexander Proudfoot Productivity Management Company.
Formerly served with United States Senate Judiciary Committee Staff. President Jackson Federal Savings Association, 1976-1979. Charter president Business School Alumni Association University of Mississippi.
All human life is created by God and therefore is significant and valuable. When governments implement the capital punishment, then the life of the convicted is devalued and all possibilities of change end.
Christians with different approaches should be engaged with each other to discuss how the Bible should be applied to issues in our contemporary world.
Charter vice president Grenada Junior Chamber of Commerce. Former member advisory board Mississippi State University School Business and Industry. Board directors Junior Achievement.
Active state heart fund drive, American Red Cross, United Way, Cancer Drive, Young Men’s Christian Association Youth Sports. Delegate Democratic National Convention, 1980, 84. Member University Mississippi Business Alumni Association (charter president), Masons, Shriners, Pi Kappa Alpha.