|He was born
June 25, 1914, in Lorain, and remained a lifelong resident.Bradley was employed as a timekeeper and later as a crane operator in the number
mill of U.S. Steel's Lorain Works. He retired after 42 years in 1976.
He enjoyed the outdoors, fishing, and flower and vegetable gardening.
Survivors include his daughters Gloria of Florida, Millie Ann of Elyria and Donna Palacios
sons John Bradley of Wellington; sister, Louise Textor of Cambridge; and 12
grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. He was
death by his wife, Mildred (nee Radich); son, Donald L. Bradley Jr.; daughter,
Armstrong; parents, Leroy and Eva Bradley; and brothers Robert G. and Samuel
Friends may call Wednesday, 3 to 7 p.m., at Gluvna-Shimo-Hromada Funeral Chapel, 3224
Lorain, where services will be Thursday at noon. The Rev. Roy F. Schutz,
pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Lorain, will officiate. Burial will follow in