Murray Atwood Bradley

Seaside resident, 95Murray Atwood Bradley, 95, of Seaside, died Saturday, July 31, 2004 in Seaside.

Mr. Bradley was born Oct. 30, 1908 in Portland, Maine, to Frank M. and Millie E. Kimball Bradley. His family moved to Portland, Ore. in 1913, where he attended school.

In 1936, Mr. Bradley married Mary Nashold. She died in 1997.

Mr. Bradley's career in retail sales took him to several cities. He was in Salt Lake City for four years, Alaska for two years, Medford for four years, back to Portland for three years, to Los Angeles for 11 years, and finally back to Portland until retirement. Family members say Mr. Bradley was an avid fisherman and golfer.

Mr. Bradley is survived by Jim and Alfie Puckett of Seaside, who were part of his extended family, and by eight nieces and nephews. In addition to Mr. Bradley's wife, three brothers and a sister died earlier.

There will be no service.

Contributions may be made to the Alzheimer's Association in care of Hughes-Ransom Cremation and Mortuaries, 220 N. Holladay Drive, Seaside, OR 97138.

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