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Thursday, April 19, 2012

Beverly Christman Bradley of Pompano Beach, FL, Former Bolivar Resident

POMPANO BEACH, Fla. - Beverly Christman Bradley of Pompano Beach, Fla., passed away peacefully on Monday (April 16, 2012) at the Village Glen Dementia Care Unit of John Knox Village, near her home.

Born on June 7, 1925, in Wellsville, N.Y., she was a daughter of Clarence R. and Alice Gardner Christman.

Beverly graduated from Wellsville High School with its Class of 1943, and studied merchandising at Syracuse University, where she met the companion with whom she would share the rest of her life, John D. "Bus" Bradley of Bolivar, N.Y. On April 21, 1946, in Wellsville, they married.

Making their home in Bolivar, Bev was a member of the Guild of the Episcopal Church of Our Savior, the Bolivar Country Club, and the Cuba Lake Yacht Club. She served as a Cub Scout den mother, a Brownie troop leader, and enjoyed golf and skiing. She was an original member of "Fahrner's Fearless Followers," a skiing and social club based in Ellicottville.

She was a renowned cook, enjoyed entertaining and, in her earlier years, also enjoyed playing bridge. In 1983, she and her husband relocated to Sea Ranch Lakes, where they lived until recently, spending the warm weather months at their second home on Cuba Lake. In Florida, she was a member of the Lighthouse Point Yacht Club, and of its Corinthians.

Bev is survived by her husband; three children; George C. Bradley, of Miami Shores; Marcia D. Bradley, of Madison, Wis.; and Deborah B. Arzberger, of Waynesville, N.C.; two sisters, Joanne "Pidge" Daily, of Wellsville, and Nancy Cotton, of Covington, La.; eight grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; and three nieces.

She was predeceased by her first child, Mary Priscilla.

There will be no visitation. After her internment in a ceremony for members of the family, a bon voyage party is being planned for all friends at Moonwinks Restaurant, Cuba, N.Y. at 4 p.m. July 5, 2012.

Memorials may be made to the Alzheimer's Association , the Bolivar Free Library, Bolivar's Pioneer Oil Museum, or to any other organization donors consider appropriate.

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