Diana Kay Bradley

Midland, Michigan


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Diana Kay Bradley, 73, returned to her heavenly father on Oct. 29, 2017. The support of her friends and family as well as her firm belief in God supported her and brought her peace.Diana was born to Kenneth and Ruth Bradley. She graduated from Midland High School in 1962 and she attended Delta...

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I work with diane at the hosptial.i later ran into her while teaching a class at 360. I ask her if she would help me make flowers for my daughters wedding . She was happy to help me.taught me a few thangs too. She help me on her own time. I learn alot from her. I will miss her very much . Thanks diane for all your help. My you rest in peace.

Diana was a creative spirit who loved to share what she knew with those around her. She was always at the ready
for one more craft with her students. Good-bye my friend, enjoy God's peace.

Diana will be sadly missed by all of us that have been students of hers for many years. She loved teaching art and was very good at it. She was kind, caring and had a great sense of humor. I know that God has a very special place for Diana in heaven. It just will not be the same at Creative 360 but her spirit will live on. We miss you already Diana.

I worked with Diana for may years and she truly was a great friend.What a bright star the Heavens have received. Rest in peace my friend and thank you for all the memories. Heart felt sympathy to you Mary and all your family.

I worked with Diana at the hospital and she was a wonderful mentor and friend when I needed her. She was always smiling and always ready and willing to help. She was loved.

Was sorry to hear of Diana's passing,I'm sure everyone who was blessed to have known her or taken a crafting class with her will dearly miss her generosity and loving heart. Rest in peace Diana. Condolences to the family.

I will miss you my teacher. I was happy to see your smiling in class at Artshop. Each project I finish will have a piece of you in it.

My sympathy for Diana's family. I knew her from the hospital, but I really enjoyed her friendship after she retired. She taught me how to make jewelry. Diana was so talented and artistic.
I will remember the tricks she taught me on beading.
With Sincere Synpathy,
Eileen Foster.

RIP my old friend. Many good times.