Posted by Cathy Gowdy on Tuesday, February 07, 2006 at 08:26:06 :
Wednesday, July 26, 1972
B. F. BRADLEY
Bernard Floyd Bradley, owner of a sprinkler and pipe business in Novato, died yesterday at his Novato home.
Bradley, 68, of 707 1/2 Bradley Avenue, had been in a coma for a week and apparently died of a stroke, according to Deputy Coroner Donald L. Cornish.
He was born in Rushville, Ill., and graduated from Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill. He worked as an office manager for Norge-Kelvinator Co. In 1935, he and his wife, Louise, his sole survivor, moved to Honolulu where they operated a jewelry store.
They moved to California in 1943 and lived in San Francisco for six years. They came to Novato in 1949 and developed the Bradley tract in Novato. He also owned the Floyd Bradley and Associates, distributors and sales of sprinkler systems and pipes.
Private funeral was held today in Novato. Inurnment was at Mount Tamalpais Cemetery in San Rafael.
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