Harold Bradbury (9 Jan 1925 - 20 Oct 2020)

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HaroldRMA - The Royal Marines Charity

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Barnsley Crematorium Doncaster Road Barnsley S71 5EH
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Radcliffe Funeral Service, Honley

In loving memory of Harold Bradbury who sadly passed away on 20th October 2020

BRENNON KNIGHT wrote

Harold was a founder member of The Royal Marines Association, Doncaster Branch in 1946 which peaked with a membership of over 70.
With Bill Fordham (Lt Cmd Rtd) and Eric Wood RNRM they maintained the branch between them through the 90's and oo's
Harold Introduced me to the branch in 2008 when there were just the three members, the rest having crossed the bar, or moved away.
The Branch is now thriving and growing, due to the dedication, tradition and passion exuded by Harold. His experiences, talks, guidance, instruction and attention to detail made him a first class example of all the very best of a Royal Marine. He was also a gentleman, a businessman and a friend.
Harold was the last of his class, for all he will be sadly missed, he will never be forgotten, his teachings and standards instilled in this branch will be upheld.
To Harold.....
Brennon Knight (Former Chairman RMA Doncaster)

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Ian Bradbury donated £100 in memory of Harold

In memory, he had a good and happy life and died peacefully with dignity.

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In memory of our father

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Our father as a young man

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The Marines were always special to him.

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PETER STEFANINI donated £20 in memory of Harold

In memory of Brad whom I enjoyed working with at Pozament / Hargreaves in the 1980's. Although our paths have not crossed for the last 30 years I remember with fondness your valuable help and advice. Rest in Peace.

Peter

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