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Barbara Bradley-DeQuattro

1934 - 2014 Obituary Condolences
Barbara Bradley-DeQuattro Obituary
Barbara Bradley-DeQuattro
Jun 22, 1934 - Aug 3, 2014
Resident of Cameron Park and Aptos, California Barbara Leigh Bradley-DeQuattro passed away peacefully with her family by her side. She was born in Maywood,California to Harper Stanfield Powell and Estlelyn Bradley Powell both of Texas. Barbara was the youngest of three girls, Jera Lyn Cortland of Cameron Park, who preceded her in death and Patricia Ann Hommerson of Grants Pass, Oregon. As a small child Barbara's family moved to Monrovia, a suburb of Pasadena. In time, Barbara married and raised five children in the foothills of Watsonville on a small farm known as the "Mt Madonna Ranch". Barbara was active in all aspects of raising her family and supporting a variety of business ventures that included owning and operating the Centre and State Movie Theatres, breeding and racing Thoroughbred horses and a pheasant hatchery. Barbara and her husband, John Mullin, made Family a priority, whether it was work or play, time dedicated to their children was most important. Barbara was involved with every aspect of country living and supported all her children in school, sports, 4-H and FFA activities. Barbara remarried Robert DeQuattro of San Jose, California, recently celebrating 28 years of marriage together, enjoying their retirement years with travel and giving back to their community. Preceding her in death: John Mullin Sr. husband; Wayne J. Mullin, Son, Sacramento; Lisa DeQuattro, step daughter Santa Cruz. She leaves behind sons, Gregory A. Mullin, South San Francisco, John Mullin Jr.(Marge), Watsonville; daughters, Nancy Peckham (Mark), Nevada City, Susan Sotomayor (Art), Watsonville; step daughters, Susan DeQuattro, Ben Lomand, Ca., and Jennifer DeQuattro, Beaverton, Or; 14 grandchildren and numerous great grandchildren.
A special thank you to Staff at De un Amor and Hospice.
Services will be held Friday, August 15, at 1PM at Mehl's Colonial Chapel, 222 East Lake Ave., Watsonville, followed by Graveside Services at Pajaro Valley Memorial Park, 127 Hecker Pass Road Watsonville, Ca.
Published in Santa Cruz Sentinel on Aug. 9, 2014
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