In Memory

Kathy Storan - Class Of 1960

 

 

 

 

 

BRADBURY
Katherine A., age 72, passed away on Sunday, August 24, 2014 after a courageous battle with Huntington's Disease.

 

She was born in Rochester, New York to parents John R. and Margaret Storan.
In 1960, she graduated from Paramus High School in New Jersey and in 1961, married the love of her life, Bruce Bradbury.

 

She attended the University of Maryland, was a proud military wife for over 22 years and travelled extensively.  She played softball for the Army in Okinawa and volunteered to help Navy and Army families.
 

Katherine was a loving wife, devoted mother, grandmother and friend; willing to jump in and take part-time jobs to help support her family. Over the years, she resided with her family in San Antonio and El Paso in Texas and at Branch Lake in Ellsworth, Maine.
 

She was preceded in death by her parents and her brother, John Storan. Katherine is survived by her husband of 53 years, Bruce R. Bradbury; her sons, Bruce R. Bradbury, Jr. and wife, Georgina and Scott R. Bradbury and wife, Caroline; grandchildren, Martin, Elisa, Bruce III, Christopher, Iris and Capri; brother, James Storan.
 

 

 



 
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09/04/14 07:08 PM #1    

Gail Lischke (Eaton) (1960)

For Kathy's family.  I remember a sweet girl in high school and I am sorry to hear of your passing.  God Bless you family in this time.  Gail Lischke Eaton


09/05/14 08:52 AM #2    

Maddy Marzell (Loder) (1960)

Kathy was a neighbor and a good friend in high school. We were in and out of each other's houses every day. We would rush home from from school each day to watch American Bandstand and try very hard to copy all the dances. 

Kathy was a great friend..........I will never forget her and the fun we had.

And to Kathy's family, I send my condolences and please know that she is in my thoughts and in my best rememberances.

Maddy Loder


09/06/14 06:35 AM #3    

Ardis Zanker (Uberti) (1960)

So very sorry to hear that Kathy passed.  I was also saddened to learn that she suffered so badly from her illness.  My smypathy goes out to her loved ones.  Sincerely, Ardis Zanker Uberti


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