Kathleen Jean Bradshaw

Mystic, Connecticut

1950 - 2016


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Mystic - Kathleen "Kathy" Jean Bradshaw, 65, a lifetime resident of Mystic, died Wednesday, March 9, 2016, from a long term illness.Born March 22, 1950, in New London, Kathy was a medical records coordinator at Pendleton Health and Rehabilitation Center in Mystic for many years.Kathy...

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Sending my prayers to family. Kathy was a Beautiful person. She was in good spirits and called me one week before she passed to tell me she was on Hospice..I was so saddened and she told me NOT to be sad. She was my true friend for many years. We always stayed in touch even after I moved to Iowa. Peace be with you..You will be missed. Love You.

Prayers go to all her family. I was very close to Kathy for many years. Even after I moved to IA. We kept in touch. She will certainly be missed

I first met Kathy when I joined NSA (Buddhism) when I was 18 (I turn 50 tomorrow); we share the same birthday. I immediately felt connected to both she and Dayna as well as their Siamese cat. I was heartbroken when Dayna passed and similarly devastated when I learned that Kathy's cancer had returned. Kathy was an amazing woman and mother. I was often touched by her words of wisdom in our many Buddhist meetings that we attended. Kathy maintained strong faith despite battling cancer and...

We knew this wonderful lady and her beautiful daughter for a long time and are so sorry to hear of her passing. We will always remember what a good mother and kindhearted person she was. Our sincerest condolences go out to her family at this
very difficult time.

Easter offers hope to those who grieve.

My Condolences to you for the loss of your sister. She was a sweet person who always had a smile on her face and always would say hi when ypu saw her. She is a beautiful angel and will be at your side always.

My heartfelt sympathies go out to the family and friends during this difficult time. I don't know you personally but she sounds like she was amazing! I hope that the promise found in 1 Thessalonians 4:14 can bring you some comfort. Knowing that there is a future for the ones we have lost in death can be so reassuring.

My condolensces for your loss. Rest in peace kathleen