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September 11, 2013
I am just now seeing this with the sad news. Mr. Bradley was my teacher (Wayne Hills HS Class of 1972), my friend, and a mentor in life philosophy. I was the manager of the Wayne Hills HS cross country team in 1971 and 1972, and I was also Mr. Bradley's "spotter" in the football press box for his inimitable and long-renowned play-by-play calls of Wayne Hills football games (at a time when wins were few and far between and he/we had to keep ourselves and the fans entertained). He was a great teacher who truly cared about his students and his colleagues, and who know that the classroom was important, but other lessons (perhaps even more important in the long run) could be learned outside of geography class. I have many warm memories of him and will miss him greatly. RIP, John.
July 29, 2013
one of my favorite teachers of all time! made learning and going to class a joy! rest in peace. god bless!
July 23, 2013
Mr Bradley was by far my favorite teacher in High School. He also was an amazing cross country coach. He was larger than life, and his impact on so many kids is amazing. Beth Brunner 1988
July 17, 2013
Mr. Bradley was my teacher and my coach, and over the years I can't think of anyone who was more consistently upbeat and enthusiastic about Life every minute of every day. He made his students of all levels and walks of life feel respected and human, all the while teaching us about maybe the most important lesson that Life may have to offer: be kind. Jared Freedberg, WH Class of '86
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