JUNE MARGARET BRADLEY

Posted On January 9th, 2011 -

JUNE MARGARET BRADLEY

June Margret Bradley widow of Gordon Bradley died at her home in Honolulu January 2nd 2011.

Born in Aberdeen, WA in 1927. She and her husband came to Honolulu in 1951 following the graduation from Washington State University in 1951. Mr. Bradley was an architect.

She was one of the first parishioners of Waiokeola Church and one of the designers of the Kahala churches columbarium where she will be interred with her husband.

She managed the Mission House Museum Shop for several years before leaving to develop and manage the Iolani Palace Shop. While there she designed a collection of Christmas ornaments and jewlery utilizing architectural details from the Palace.

June was a talented harpist a member of PEO and the Outrigger Canoe Club.

She is survived by sons Bruce of Honolulu, Scott (Carol) of Tacoma, WA, Todd (Kris) and daughter Colette (Pete) of Honolulu. Also surviving is a sister Carol Murphy (Hugh) and grandchildren Nicholas, Taylor, Richard, Kathryn, Christian, Brendon, Emma, Janice and Kainoa.

A celebration of life will be held on Friday, January 14th at 5pm at Waiokeola Church, 4705 Kilauea Ave, Honolulu 96816. In lieu of flowers donation can be made to Waiokeola Church. Please dress Aloha attire. Borthwick was the attending Mortuary.


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