Myers Funeral Home


Kristin Alicia Bradley

November 14, 1983October 23, 2021

Kristin A. Bradley, 37 of Huntington passed away on Saturday, October 23, 2021 at I.U. University Hospital in Indianapolis. Kristin was a 2002 graduate of Huntington North High School. She later graduated from Brown Mackie College in 2009 and has since worked for Healthcare Therapy Services as a Certified Occupation Therapist Assistant. During her time at H.T.S. she worked in Rehabilitation in area nursing homes and at Heritage of Huntington. She was dedicated to the Residents she worked with in therapy and treated them as family. Kristin was a fun loving person with great sense of humor and a bright smile. She enjoyed spending time with her husband, children, and family. She was an avid Colts fan, liked to spend time outdoors, swimming, fishing, and camping. One of her favorite things to do was to take day trips to South Haven. Kristin was born on November 14,1983 the daughter of Matt Brodrick and Kelly Day. She was united in marriage to Michael Bradley on March 12, 2019. Her husband survives. Additional survivors include her children, Sophia and Noah Mason of Huntington; her father: Matt (Loretta) Brodrick of Lagro; a brother: Eric (Erica) Stroh of Fort Wayne; a sister: Brooke (Jason) Kitt of Roanoke; a maternal grandmother: Carol Day of Huntington. Kristin was preceded in death by her mother Kelly Day; a maternal grandfather : Mac Day; and Paternal grandparents: Russell and Donna Brodrick. Visitation will be held on Friday October 29 from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at the Myers Funeral Home Huntington Chapel, 2901 Guilford Street, Huntington, Indiana. A Funeral service will follow the visitation at 6:00 p.m. We will be following the CDC’s and Indiana’s guidelines. Interment will take place at a later date. Memorial donations can be made to Kristin’s Children Noah and Sophia. Please make checks payable to Brooke Kitt in care of Myers Funeral Home, 2901 Guilford Street, Huntington, IN 46750.


  • Visitation

    Friday, October 29, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, October 29, 2021


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Stacey Harrell

October 28, 2021

No words can express the sadness I feel about this. Even when you lose touch with people, there are still those that made such an impact, that the love for them never fades. I have such wonderful memories of Kristen, Brooke, Kelly & even funny moments with both Erics (lol). I always considered the girls "my girls" back in the day. I spent much of my early teens with those 2 little ladies. FOREVER memorable. She will be so very missed by many. ❤

Barb Baker

October 28, 2021

I’m so saddened to learn of Kristin’s passing. She was such a great therapist to my Dad (John A. Hacker) when he was at the Heritage. Her beautiful smile, kind manner and patience with him were very much appreciated. My deepest sympathy goes out to Michael, her children and her family. May the Lord wrap his arms around you at this time and bring you peace and comfort.

-- Barb Baker

Reynolds Angie

October 27, 2021

Heartbreaking,such a sweet loving positive person,I worked with her as a cna at the Heritage of Huntington,I learned alot from her,little tricks of the trade,alot of good memories,rest in peace sweet girl💕🙏

Ann Souder

October 26, 2021

Michael, Brooke, and Peggy,
My heart has been so heavy for you and your family, and prayers have been offered and will continue for God’s comfort and peace. I did not know Kristin well but have vivid memories of her sweet face, smile, and nature. She would giggle when I screwed up her name with her sister’s and was always good humored about it! All of you and her children will continue to be on my mind, and prayers will go up for you in the months ahead. I know you are resting well now, Kristin, in the comfort of your heavenly Father’s arms.

Nancy Winter

October 26, 2021

Sincere sympathy and prayers to your family. Kristen was a wonderful therapist at The Heritage who, along with Brooke, were so kind and caring to dad (Nelson Yentes) when he lived there. May she Rest In Peace.....

Rick and Nancy Winter

Delane Kuhn

October 25, 2021

Kristin and my daughter Joni were very good friends in grade school and middle school. They spent most weekends having sleepovers at each other’s houses, and having all sorts of fun. Together they made many, many cherished memories over the years.
Fast forward to 2011 when I moved in across the street from Kristin. What a joy it was to reconnect with her and to hear her tell me that I was like a second mom to her growing up. Soon after Kristin’s children Sophia and Noah started coming to my daycare. And I watched them for the next nine years. It was so very sweet to share in their little lives. And as they got a little older to look at them and recall memories of their mom at that age. And that just as Kristin had been like family to me growing up, now Sophia and Noah are also. It’s been such a blessing to be a part of all of their lives over the years.
It breaks my heart that Kristin was called to her heavenly home at such a young age. But I know that her light and beauty will live on in Sophia and Noah and they will go on to do great things, and touch many lives just as their mom did.
Sophia and Noah will forever be like family to me, and they will always know that I love them.

Carla Wintrode

October 25, 2021

Kristin was a bright light at the Heritage of Huntington where we worked together. She knew her stuff. She was a great mom and so beautiful a person. God grant her eternal peace. I love you Kristin!

Rashell Boardman

October 25, 2021

This one hurts so much :( I have so many great memories that I will forever cherish especially working with you as a cna!! Prayers for the family RIH sweet sweet girl ❤

Cheryl Walker

October 25, 2021

Kristin was one of my therapists at The Heritage during a rehab stay. She was a ray of sunshine. Her smile was infectious. She will be dearly missed by the many whose lives she enriched. Rest in Peace.

Matt Neal

October 25, 2021

Dang. This one hurts. Seriously one of the sweetest people I have met in my life. Rest easy kiddo.