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Marian Bradley

On May 8, 2018, Marian Bradley passed away after a brief and unexpected illness at age 78. She will be forever remembered by her surviving family including her former husband and lifelong friend Don Bradley; children Aron and Karen Bradley of Greenwood, Fla., Scott Bradley of Daytona, Fla., and former daughter-in-law Cindy Croxton of Alford, Fla.; grandchildren Donnie and Bobbi Bradley of Greenwood, Nicole Bradley of Greenwood, and Ryan and Jessica Bradley Wells of Charlotte, N.C.; great-grandchildren Ava Clay, and Benjamin and Eli Barfield.

Over the past 40 years she had three beloved pets: Cotton, Mrs. Bouser and Cara Mia, who we know are happy to see her again. She loved all animals as she loved her family and was known to keep scraps and kibble in her car for strays. Marian moved to the United States from her native Holland in 1963. She had an adventurous spirit and lived in many states before retiring to northwest Florida, where she enjoyed making weekly dinners for her family. 

Her family is planning a celebration of her life in the coming months. In lieu of flowers, donations to Partners for Pets in her memory are greatly appreciated.

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