Harmon Funeral Home

571 Forest Ave, Staten Island, NY


Doris E. Bradley

August 23, 1927October 3, 2019

Doris E. Bradley (nee Heide) of West Brighton age 92 on October 3, 2019 Devoted wife of the late Joseph R. (Bob) Beloved mother of Patricia Repoli (Leonard), Daniel J. (Kelly) and Catherine Lynch (Sean) and the late Richard E. Cherished grandmother of Colleen Repoli, Meghan and Lauren Bradley and Patrick Lynch. Fond sister of Joan Dolci and Elaine Wright. Doris graduated from Sacred Heart Elementary School & St John Villa Academy. Her graduation from St John Villa Academy did not end her relationships with her many dear classmates which continued to the present day. She worked as the head teller at National City Bank, Stapleton until she embarked on motherhood. Her activities included St. Monica's Mothers Guild, gardening, bowling, crossword puzzles, Scrabble, flower arranging and vacations at the Jersey Shore. Doris was a caring and loving mother and grandmother, sister and friend. She particularly enjoyed attending her grandson Patrick's sporting events and spending time with her granddaughters. She was a good listener and always at the ready to help others. Funeral Wednesday from Harmon Funeral Home 571 Forest Avenue West Brighton Funeral Mass 10:30 am Sacred Heart R.C. Church Interment Moravian Cemetery Visiting Monday 7-9 pm and Tuesday 2-4 & 7-9pm


  • Visitation Monday, October 7, 2019
  • Visitation Tuesday, October 8, 2019
  • Visitation Tuesday, October 8, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Wednesday, October 9, 2019
  • Committal Service Wednesday, October 9, 2019


Doris E. Bradley

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Lynn and John Fodor

October 6, 2019

Please accept our condolences on the loss of Doris. We knew her from Sunday morning at the Kings Arms as far back as when she and her husband used to be there with Agnes and George Talaksen. She was a lovely woman, always a warm smile which started our day off on the bright side. It was always nice to see her with her grandson. He may remember us as the people who gave him the bowling book.

She touched so many people and will be sorely missed.

Elizabeth Nilsen

October 4, 2019

I knew Doris all my life, literally. I have so very many fond memories of her; both as daughter of the Heidi's, whom I loved dearly, and as Patty and Richard's mom. Cathy and Danny weren't born until I was older, so I never really got to know them. My most favorite memory, however, is of going to lunch with her last April, with Julie Bradley and my son. It was the first time we met as "peers" rather than me being the brat next door. My eyes were opened to an entirely different woman than the one I knew in my younger years and I loved and admired her even more, once I got to know her better. Rest in peace, Doris, I will always, always remember you with fondness.