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Kathleen Droubay Bradshaw

Tooele, Utah

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Kathleen Droubay Bradshaw 1936 ~ 2006 Kathleen Droubay Bradshaw returned to her Heavenly Father on Oct. 11, 2006, surrounded by her family at LDS Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah. Kathleen was born on Sept. 12, 1936, in Tooele, Utah, where she made her home. Kathleen graduated from Tooele High...

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Kathleen has been a large part of my memories of home. I think it all started with the perms she gave to Diane and I and the fun we had while she was doing them. I will always appreciate the many visits she had with my mom and dad and how I loved being there when she came. She certainly brought a lot of happiness into the lives of our family

I'm sorry to hear of Kathleen's passing. She was a dear friend and a member of a very close-knit group of girls at Tooele High - graduating in 1954. I especially remember the parties at the big farm house in Erda. There are so many happy memories. God bless her family and know she will always be nearby.
Sincerely,

I am so sad to hear of Kathleen's passing. We have had some wonderful times together. I worked with her during my high school years at the motor-vu, as well as being my dear sweet cousin, baby girl of my very favorite aunt and uncle. We loved going to Erda to that wonderful, huge, farm house and farm. She was so good to my parents as they grew older and less active. Always up beat and happy in spite of her own health problems. I will miss her dearly even though I am far away. Luckily I...

DEAR LINDA,
I AM SO SORRY TO HEAR YOU LOST YOUR MOM..I REMEMBER THE DAY WE TOOK A BREAK FROM NURSING SCHOOL TO VISIT THE THEATRE AND HER BEAUTY SHOP.. PLEASE KNOW I WILL BE THINKING OF YOU ..ARLEEN STILLMAN ST GEORGE UTAH

I am saddened to hear of Kathleens passing. She was always so pleasant and smiling. Whenever We would meet, we would chat for a few minutes and we always shared a laugh or two.

I am very sadden to hear of Kathleen's death. We shared so many wonderful times in grade school and high school. In high school, our gang loved going to her home in Erda, we called it the estate, and the Drive -In. Please accept my heartfelt sympathy. Sincerely, Jo Ann Siebers Rice