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Milton Bradley

Milton E. Bradley

January 13, 1933 - November 1, 2020
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Milton E. Bradley of Doylestown, PA passed away on Sunday, November 1, 2020 in Abington Hospital Jefferson Health, Abington, PA. He was 87.

Born in Dolington, PA to the late Edward and Madeline (Balderston) Bradley, Milton resided in Newtown, Wycombe, Upper Makefield and Buckingham before moving to Doylestown in 2017.

Milton graduated from Council Rock High School in 1950 then attended the Trenton School of Industrial Arts for Building Technology. He was formerly employed as a master carpenter with Earl Hutchinson Builder, Brud Hutchinson Builder then started his own company Milton Bradley Builder. In later years, he was employed by Pennswood Village as its carpenter. Milton was a devoted member of St. Luke’s Episcopal Church of Newtown for 66 years having served on the vestry many times. He enjoyed reading and was a Civil War buff, belonging to the Doylestown Civil War Roundtable for many years. He was an Army Veteran and served in as a tank commander during the Korean War. He married the love of his life on New Year’s Day, 8 days after returning from Korea.

He was the beloved husband of 66 years to Lucille (Fox) Bradley; devoted father of Mark Bradley and wife Gale, Tim Bradley and wife Kathy, and Elizabeth Pritz and husband John; dear brother of the late Wallace Bradley and Janet Terrell; loving grandfather of Tyler Pritz and wife Suzanne, Connor Pritz, Lauren Persson and husband Jared, and Meghan Bradley; cherished great-grandfather of Harrison and Hadley Pritz, Claire and Baker Persson.

He was a devoted husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and his wife and family were his life.

Services will be private

In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts to St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 100 Washington Avenue, Newtown, PA 18940 or http://stlukesnewtownpa.org/giving/ would be appreciated.

Send condolences to www.varcoethomasfuneralhome.com
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Becky Gilbert (Eliz. D. Gilbert)

Posted at 12:09pm
Not until a week after Milt Bradley’s obituary was listed in the Bucks County Courier did I have an opportunity to read and experience the loss of a man whose skill and quiet support meant more to me and my husband than we could say. How DO you thank a true master carpenter for taking on an off-the-grid job and patiently putting together the addition to our home that gave us room to grow our kids — using “pre-owned” beams and boards, following the layout design sketched on high school graph paper?
A lesser man would have walked away snorting, “You can’t fix stupid!” But if Milt laughed, he laughed WITH us and helped us make better decisions than we could have without him.
His respect for others who worked on our house (such as Everett Johnson stone masons and John Hollingsworth plumbers of Langhorne ) created a vibe of “we’re here to do our best” (there was a giant pile of wood and rock and you name it in our backyard that they managed to use up, and give us BETTER THAN we’d dared to hope!
Hats off to you, Milt! You were the BEST! Wishing you peace and the good hunting you enjoy in the afterlife!
Becky Gilbert (widow of George who ccrossed the curve of horizon in 2004)
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David Jenkins

Posted at 11:32pm
I WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER MILTY AS A GOOD FRIEND AND A GREAT CARPENTER. I WORKED WITH HIM WITH MY UNCLE EARL HUTCHINSON AND BRUD.WE HUNTED AT TINK WIG LAKE AND THE BEAR SPRING WITH ROSS YATES AND TAYLOR MILNOR, AND HE STAYED AT OUR HOUSE ON LAKE WALLENPAUPAC FOR MANY YEARS DURING HUNTING SEASON. HE IS ONE OF THE LAST OF MY OLD HUNTING BUDDIES ALONG WITH TIP WIGGINS WHO IS STILL LIVING. WHAT A GREAT GUY. DAVID JENKINS




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