Doane Beal & Ames


Linda K. Bradley

August 23, 1944March 23, 2021

Linda K. Bradley, 76, of South Dennis passed away peacefully on Tuesday March 23, 2021 with family at her side at her home. Linda was born on August 23, 1944 to the late Ralph and Italia (Caruso) Salvati in Cecil, Maryland. She resided in Natick, MA for over 30 years, raising four boys and being the ultimate team sport Mother in addition to her career as a visiting nurse for the Natick VNA. In the early 2000’s she continued her career, moving to Cape Cod and joining the Cape Cod VNA. She loved cooking and her main passion was food. She enjoyed traveling, reading and was an avid Tom Brady fan. She was also a competitive bridge player and participated in American Contract Bridge Association events.

Linda is survived by three sons, George Bradley of Dennis, MA, Keith Bradley of Worcester, MA and Brian Bradley and his wife Tracey of Plymouth, MA. Linda is also survived by her sister Pamela LeClerc and her husband Stephen of Escondido, CA and her brother Stephen Salvati and his wife Elaine of St. Charles, IL. She was loved by many grand children and nephews and nieces.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Friday April 9, 2021 beginning at 4pm at Doane Beal and Ames, 729 Route 134, South Dennis, MA 02660. Services will be live-streamed on the funeral homes Facebook page. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Wounded Warrior Foundation in memory of her late son Paul Bradley. For online condolences, please visit


  • Ralph and Italia (Caruso) Salvati, Parents (deceased)
  • George Bradley, Son
  • Keith Bradley, Son
  • Brian Bradley (wife Tracey), Son
  • Pamela LeClerc (husband Stephen), Sister
  • Stephen Salvati (wife Elaine), Brother
  • Paul Bradley, Son (deceased)
  • Linda is survived andloved by many grand children and nephews and nieces.

  • Wounded Warrior Foundation


  • Celebration of Life

    Friday, April 9, 2021



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Irene and Rene Thomas

April 5, 2021

We will miss her beautiful smile, her giggle, and her sense of humor. Her superb bridge playing, her sharing delicious treats and her positive spirit will always be remembered. Her caring spirit spirit and friendship lives in our hearts.

Irene and Rene

Rita Bradley

April 5, 2021

Ron and I have known Linda for over fifty years and she has always been a joy to be around. Smart, organized, caring and with a smile that lights up a room! G.j, Keith and Brian we are so sorry for your loss. Life does not always let us keep in close touch, but it did not matter with Linda, when we got together it was like we had never been apart. Her warmth was always the same. A beautiful lady, always! She will be missed by all who had the privilege of knowing her.....especially Ron and her light will shine in Heaven!

Janet Shemligan

March 31, 2021

GJ, Keith, Brian - my deepest condolences to you, your families, your aunt & uncle. It has been at least 50 years since I met your mother at - wait for it - a bowling alley on Route 9 in Natick. We became friends immediately (because she was easy to befriend). Then, she invited me to "sub" in her Bridge group in which I was fortunate enough to eventually become a "regular". Linda was the kindest, loving, most generous person I have ever known. When your grandparents would baby sit, they let us (the Bridge Ladies) use their home in Dennis for the weekend. Linda kept our group together through lunches, dinners, shopping. We kept contact with each other & met for lunch several times a year. We traveled to Maine to play Bridge. Linda visited me in Florida & guess what? She subbed in my Bridge group. Through all her emotional pain, disappointments, health issues & heartache, Linda never lost her sense of humor. Her beautiful smile & infectious laugh will stay with me forever. When she insisted I take the Italy trip with our Bridge group, I hesitated. I'm so glad that she & my family talked me into it. That is a memory I will eternally cherish especially now that she, Millie Choinski & Tom Conlon are no longer with us. RIP my beautiful friend. You are at peace. I shall miss you.

Barbara Coleman

March 30, 2021

Dear Family,
I was the co-worker with Linda Bradley at the Natick Visiting Nurse Association. We were collaborators for many of our patients. Linda was an extraordinary nurse to all that she served. We exchanged many laughs and many stories, and of course recipes and jokes. Linda will be missed. I know that she went down to the Cape initially to care for her parents and we missed her then. May her memories sustain you in the months and years to come.
Barbara Coleman, (physical therapist co-worker) retired from NVNA

Marian and Tony Piro

March 27, 2021

Dear Linda,
Our times together will never be forgotten...especially our constant sharing of recipes...your favorite cookie recipe is known as Linda’s Cookies in our house...Monday night bridge was always a success when we got Linda for a partner... we will miss you. Love,
Tony and Marian

Janice Conlin

March 27, 2021

Annual Holiday Lunch at Wayside Inn

Janice Conlin

March 27, 2021

Cousins Sheila and Linda in Mykonos.

Sheila Flood

March 26, 2021

The dinners, the trips, the laughter, so many wonderful memories. Linda gave me a plaque which says “Cousin to cousin we’ll always be special friends from the same tree “. Miss you Linnie.

Robyn Bradley

March 26, 2021

I have fond memories of Aunt Linda at the house in Natick...summer gatherings with lots of food, fireworks, and time in the pool. (Plus, her famous fruitcakes at Christmas, which my mom loved!) She was a very sweet woman with a lovely infectious laugh! Sending lots of love and comforting thoughts to all who knew and loved her. xoxoxox

Kathy & Bob McKeever

March 26, 2021

What a beautiful picture of Linda and this is how we will always remember, laughing and having many wonderful St. Patrick’s Day dinners and other get togethers. I loved her like a sister and we are heartbroken that she is gone but thankful she is not suffering any more and is at peace. Love you Linda!