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A Life Well-RememberedWe are here to help you create the ideal rememberance for you or your loved one - one that reflects a life well-remembered. We are dedicated to making your experience with Bradley Funeral Homes an unforgettable one - one in which your loved one is remembered vividly and you are able to begin the healing process.

The stories below are some particularly meaningful services that our funeral directors have helped create. They want to share these stories with you to show you their passion for co-creation of unforgettable services by making an emotional connection with each family that they serve.

We look forward to working with you to create an unforgettable experience.

The Motorcycle and the Scooter   "As I was waiting in the foyer of the funeral home, I was feeling the usual stress and tension that one feels when they are meeting the family of a younger person that has died.  What can I or anyone possibly say or do that will make them feel any better?  The cars pull in, the family gets out, the wife, the two daughters and their spouses and the son..." Continue reading             by John Caffrey, Funeral Director

The Dining Room Table - Dan VanderPloeg, Funeral Director
"My cell phone buzzed early one morning alerting me to a death call.  Hoping not to wake up my family I crept downstairs to a room where I could talk to the surviving family members of the deceased. I could tell they were very upset about their mom dying, and understandably so..." Continue reading

A Terrible Tragedy, Squared - Austin Bremner, Certified Celebrant
I am a Certified Funeral Celebrant & Tribute Planner for Bradley Funeral Homes. Earlier this year, as a Certified Funeral Celebrant, I co-created my most challenging funeral experience to date.  What set this apart from any other service were the unfortunate circumstances this family was forced to deal with..." Continue reading