William E. Bradbury III

William E. "Bub" Bradbury III, of East Bridgewater died suddenly in the Lahey Clinic in Burlington, March 22, 2013, after being stricken ill, at the age of 46. William was born in East Bridgewater, was raised and educated in East Bridgewater graduating from East Bridgewater High School in 1984. He was employed at Jordan's Furniture of Avon, as a truck driver where he worked along side his brothers and nephews in the retail furniture business. He enjoyed spending time with his family, all New England sports teams, fishing, cooking, gardening, bowling, all family gatherings and could always put a smile on anyones face. He was the father of William E. Bradbury IV, Peter Leonard and Emily Bradbury; son of Patricia (Snow) and William E. Bradbury II of East Bridgewater; brother of William R. Couite and wife Linda of West Bridgewater, Patricia (Couite) Brigham and husband Gary of East Bridgewater, Paul H. Couite and wife Kathleen of West Bridgewater, Marie (Couite) Cavicchi and husband Peter of Wareham, Stephen D. Bradbury and wife Heather of Abington and Derek C. Bradbury and wife Dawn of East Bridgewater; lovingly known as "Uncle Bopee" to McKayle and Kaylee Couite, Kelly, Michael, William, and Christopher Brigham, Kelly Couite, Colleen and David Denis, Peter and Andrew Cavicchi, Nicole and Caroline Bradbury, Kelsey, Madison, Sydney, Sophie and Piper Bradbury and Violet Lucier. Funeral service in the Prophett, Chapman, Cole and Gleason, 35 Spring St., East Bridgewater, Thursday at 9:30 a.m. Visiting hours Wednesday 5-8 p.m. Burial in Central Cemetery, East Bridgewater. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a fund to benefit William's children in care of William E. Bradbury III Memorial Fund, Bridgewater Savings Bank, 29 Bedford St., East Bridgewater, MA 02333. For online guest book and directions, please visit www.ccgfuneralhome.com. Prophett-Chapman Cole & Gleason 508-697-4332

Funeral Home

Prophett-Chapman, Cole & Gleason
98 Bedford Street Bridgewater, MA 02324
(508) 697-4332

Published in The Enterprise on Mar. 26, 2013