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William "Bill" Bradley

Monday, March 15th, 1948 - Tuesday, September 29th, 2020
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March 15, 1948 - September 29, 2020
Mr. William ‘Bill’ Bradley of Red Deer, Alberta passed away at his home, with his loving wife at his side, on Tuesday, September 29, 2020 at the age of 72 years. Bill was a caring, generous, hardworking, honest, and humble man, with a great sense of humour and a love of life, family and many friends. Bill was born in Kemptiville, Ontario and grew up in nearby Richmond. As a young man eager for adventure, he went to Sudbury to work the mine; where he learned of other mines in the far Northwest of Canada. He saved some money and travelled to Edmonton where he applied and got a job in Keno, Yukon Territory. Bill worked underground as a stope miner, in Keno and Faro, Yukon Territory. Bill married Patricia Stoodley and they had two children, Mary Lou and Brian. A few years after their separation, Bill met his current wife, Linda and her son, J.R. While he was still working in the mines, Bill took breaks and came to Red Deer to work in the Oil Patch. Bill earned great respect from his employers and coworkers, as a highly productive employee, and made many life-long friends in the process. Later, Bill and his wife, Linda purchased their first motel in Yorkton, Saskatchewan and worked it for three years. They retired and purchased their second motel in New Hazelton, British Columbia in 2014; where they stayed until they retired again, in 2019. Bill loved meeting and getting to know new people. He also not only had a love of gardening, and he was very good it. In this final year, he enjoyed bicycling with his wife, along the Red Deer Trail System. Bill will be lovingly remembered by his wife, Linda (nee Baker), his daughter, Mary Lou Bradley, his son, Brian Bradley and his son, J.R. (Natasha) Baker. He will also be sadly missed by his sister, Gertrude, his brother, Gordon and sister, Patsy, along with numerous nieces and nephews including Jeffrey (Lorrie) Ostrom, Johnny (Crystal) Ostrom and Laurie (Walter) Repetowski. Bill was predeceased by his parents, Ben and Mae, his darling granddaughter, Shelina-Marie Bradley-Barr and his two sisters, Mildred and Edith. If desired, Memorial Donations in Bill’s honor may be made directly to the Canadian Cancer Society at www.cancer.ca. Condolences may be sent or viewed at www.parklandfuneralhome.com.
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Gvgette2000@yahoo.ca

Posted at 03:33pm
I worked at United Keno Hill Mines with Bill in the late 60’s and 70’s....he was a great friend. Always had a great attitude in life, I remember when Mary Lou and Brian were born. Visited with him and Linda once in Red Deer and then lost track of them. The years have passed so fast, am sorry we lost track. My sympathies to his family and may he Rest In Peace.......Verna Lanz
SN

Shirley Neufeld

Posted at 06:48pm
Even though I may have met Bill or not I really do not remember , may have been at a family reunion , but it is with sad condolences and sympathy to my cousin and families with the passing of her beloved husband REST IN PEACE
TC

Tobias Tonboe Christiansen

Posted at 04:33am
I will always treasure the memory of our porch chats at the motel, and his guided tour of Hazelton. Bill was a kind and generous man. My sincere condolences and sympathies to Linda and your family.
J

John Ostrom

Posted at 08:42pm
my deepest condolences goes out to the family and all the friends that got to know Bill. He was my uncle and my friend, here's to you Bill. Until we meet again.
JM

Janice McEwen

Posted at 07:51pm
Linda, we are so very sorry to hear of the passing of your beloved husband, Bill. Our deepest sympathy to you and your family also Bill's family. RIP
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