OBITUARY

Pamela Joyce Bradley

July 24, 1951March 7, 2019
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Pamela Joyce Bradley, 67, of Chicago, Illinois. Died March 7, 2019. Born in Oliver Springs, TN, July 24, 1951. Spouse Gerald P. Labedz, daughters Elizabeth Labedz (Spouse Mary Costello), Annie Labedz (Spouse Jesse Sinclair). Parents Gerald Bradley, Faye (Patrick) Bradley, deceased. Brother Ronald Bradley (Spouse Beatriz), sister Mary Todoric (Spouse Paul). Nieces Jennifer Bradley, Melissa Bradley, Michelle Labedz, Kara Todoric, Nephew Brian Todoric. Pamela J. Bradley M.A. New York University. Co-author with Barbara Patterson Beyond the Rainbow Bridge, Now in six languages. Michaelmas Press.In lieu of flowers donations to the Glioblastoma Foundation. Wake at Drake and Son 5303 North Western Ave. Chicago, 60625. 773-561-6874. Four PM until Nine PM Monday March 11, 2019.

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  • Memorial Visitation Monday, March 11, 2019
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Mary Nell Murphy

March 10, 2019

What a vivacious spirit! Pam's sense of humor and sense of place. Oh my.
I include a photo of our writing group on the night we read at Cafe Ennui after our booklet came out. I so enjoyed our evenings together when the creative juices and honeyed tea were flowing, and the words tumbled out like fish in a bathtub.
I'm so glad, Gerry, that you and Eric also became friends and treasure our play dates together. Full of laughter and good meals and a wee bit of wine. These changed over time; less wine, but always laughter, and poetry. We will not forget all the time we spent together, homing our friendship.

Eric and I send you and the family our deepest sympathies. We are holding you in our hearts.

Ann Raven

March 9, 2019

Ann Raven

March 9, 2019

How can I choose among the many funny, wonderful memories that Pam and I shared through our many years of friendship? Pam showed me photos of the small town in TN, where she grew up and which inspired her book “Porch Stories”. It seems that during the evenings there, people would exchange greetings and gossip, sitting on the those wrap-around front porches with swings. Pam had many talents: writer, poet, seamstress (she made her own wedding gown!), embroiderer, collagist, photographer, loving wife and mother and faithful friend to many! I will value her friendship forever!

Mark Birchler

March 9, 2019

Jan and I are saddened by Pam's passing but are so very grateful that we were able to spend time getting to know and enjoying her company. Her zest for life and courage is an inspiration. Please accept our condolences and prayers in this difficult time of loss and remembrance.

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