Judith Ann Bradbury(McLintock) November 18, 1935 - November 17, 2021. Judith Ann Bradbury of Milford MI passed peacefully into the arms of Jesus surrounded by family at home Wednesday November 17th. She is preceded in death by her husband Lewis Charles Bradbury, Father John Lundy, Mother Laverne Lundy, sisters Nancy Gregg and Marion VanBibber, her brothers Robert McLintock and Roger 'Doc" McLintock, and son in law Clyde Clark. She is survived by one brother Lawrence McLintock. Judith was born in Pontiac, MI on November 18, 1935. She was the oldest of six children having grown up helping to care for her siblings. In school Judy was an excellent student and lover of sports. She especially enjoyed playing basketball and softball in high school. In 1957 she met and fell in love with Lewis (Lew) Bradbury. After a 3 month courtship, Lew and Judy, "Charlie Brown and Lucy" were married on February 1, 1958 in Auburn Hills MI. Judy was a devoted wife and mother to Lori Bradbury Schwarz (Ernest Schwarz), Kim Clark, Rev. David Sidwell (Christie), Michael Sanderson, Mark & Laura Faunce and Melanie Alexander who lovingly took care of Judy. Judy enjoyed and spent many years volunteering for AFS (American Field Service) a foreign student program. She also donated countless hours to the Boys and Girls club and Avondale Youth Assistance of Auburn Heights. A loving mother to many, Judy always had a place in her home for youth to stay, a warm meal, and great company. Judy had several hobbies and she took great pride in her yard. She earned a beautification award for her many beautiful flower beds from the city of Auburn Hills. When not volunteering she was a dedicated Secretary for Central United Methodist Church where she proudly served for 15 years. Upon her retirement Judy spent her final years enjoying the company of her many children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Visitation:Monday November 29 from 6-8 p.m., and Tuesday November 30 from 10-11 a.m. Funeral: Tuesday November 30 at 11 a.m. with a luncheon to follow. Visitation, funeral, and luncheon will be located at: Heart of The Shepherd Lutheran Church, 228 North Burkhart Rd., Howell MI 48843. Burial will take place at Great Lakes National Cemetery on a later date.
Published by The Oakland Press on Nov. 28, 2021.