April 15, 1927 – September 2, 2020
Helen Howren Bradley, age 93 of Cartersville, GA passed away on Wednesday, September 02, 2020. She was born in Fairmount, GA on April 15, 1927 to the late Frank Howren and Lena Owens Howren. Helen was Salutorian of Cass High School class of 1944. She married Hugh Bradley on March 24, 1946 and they were married for 74 years. She worked for 46 years at First National Bank of Cartersville, later Wells Fargo. She Retired in 1990 as VP of Operations. Helen was a member of the Cartersville Business and Professional Women’s Club where she received the distinguished recognition award in 1980. Helen was a member of Peeples Valley Baptist Church where she taught Sunday school and served with her husband as Treasurer for 20 years. Helen is preceded in death by her husband, Hugh Bradley; sisters, Lucile Cooper, Elise Howren, Frances Vaughan, Elizabeth Cooper, Patricia Bradley; brother, Neal Howren. She is survived by her son, Mike (Carolyn) Bradley of Marshall, NC; grandchildren, Tim of Montgomery, AL, Jonathan of Liberty TN, Jessalyn of Ashville, NC; great-grandchildren, Kelsey, Tyler and Alice. A Graveside Service will be conducted on Friday, September 4, 2020 at 11:30 am at Sunset Memory Gardens with Rev. Jim Parham officiating. Manuel Abernathy, Colin Abernathy, Logan Abernathy, Ernie Palmer, Paul Green and Jonathan Bradley will serve as pallbearers. Please visit www.owenfunerals.com to leave on-line condolences for the family. Owen Funeral Home 12 Collins Dr Cartersville, GA has charge of the arrangements.
Friday, September 4, 2020
Susan French Green
September 6, 2020
M, so sorry for your loss of (now) both of your parents. But what a joy you got to enjoy them for such a long time. Loss is always hard regardless though.
Just wanted you to know I was thinking about you.
September 4, 2020
Helen was a beautiful lady, inside and out. She was loved by so many. She and Hugh impacted so many lives, including mine. My prayers are with you and the family.
September 3, 2020
Helen was a fine beautiful lady. I know that Hugh loved & took great care of her for many years. I always told many people that they were the picture of true love. I hope when she got to heaven and saw Hugh she turned around and said ” I love you.” Rest In Peace, my sweet neighbor.