Muriel Bradley (d. 2010)


Muriel Briggs Bradley Bradley, Muriel Briggs Muriel Briggs Bradley passed away April 17th, peacefully in her sleep, as she wished, at Arbor Hospice. She was born January 2, 1911 in Highland Park, Michigan to the late George and Ellen Gibson Briggs. She was the eldest of five children. After graduating from the Detroit Business University, she came to Ann Arbor in 1936 to manage the estate of Edward A. Hunter. Subsequently, she became the Executive Secretary to two Presidents of the Argus Camera Company. In 1936 she met and later married Russell A. Bradley in 1942. Mr. Bradley preceded her in death in 1976. In 1945, daughter Pamela Sharon Bradley died at the age of fourteen months. She was active as a volunteer at her church, First United Methodist. She was also the volunteer secretary of the Washtenaw County Unit of the American Cancer Society. She enjoyed travel, bridge and cherished her family. Over her life, she had been a member of Barton Hills Country Club, The Ann Arbor Women's City Club, and was a charter member of the Michigan Alumni Fund. She is survived by her daughter, Judy Bradley Burt; her son-in-law, Wellington R. (Toby) Burt; and the light of her life, her granddaughter, Kristin Gibson Burt. In addition, several nieces, nephews and their children survive. A celebration of her life will take place at the Glacier Hills Retirement Community in the Hanson Room, 1200 Earhart Road, Ann Arbor, on May 16 from 3-5 p.m. Those wishing to make memorial contributions may do so in her name to Arbor Hospice, 2366 Oak Valley Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48103 or to the charity of one's choice. Please visit annarbor. com/obituaries to visit her guest book. Arrangements entrusted to the Muehlig Funeral Chapel.

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