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Bonita Mae Bradley Obituary

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Bonita Mae Bradley

Plymouth, Massachusetts

October 20, 1949 - June 8, 2024

Bonita Mae Bradley Obituary

Bonnie Bradley age 74 died on June 8 at her home in South Yarmouth MA after a courageous seven-year battle with cancer.


Bonnie was born in Chicago Illinois and graduated from the Evergreen Park high school in 1967 also from UCLA in 1971. She earned a master’s degree from Simmons in education and a master’s degree from Framingham State in counseling. Bonnie was an accomplished therapist and had a career of helping people through therapy in groups and individually for more than 45 years. She specialized in couples, adolescents, trauma and eating disorders. She kept an office in Worcester, which she closed at the time of Covid. Despite her battle with cancer and COVID-19 shutting down the world she still showed up for her virtually for her patients the last four years. She was still seeing patients a week before she passed.


Bonnie loved her pets and in 2008 she adopted 4 Saint Bernards.  She loved taking them to the beach and creating memories with her family and her animals. She loved to travel and made 3 trips to Hawaii, several trips to Florida and enjoyed taking her grandchildren to Santa’s Village during her cancer treatment.  Nothing pleased her more than spending time with her family every holiday ,birthday, and camping trip she spent all the time she could with her children and grandchildren.


Bonnie is survived by her  loving husband James of 50 years, their 3 children Aurea, Michael, and Amy and Son in law Jeff, and her 3 grandchildren Orly, Nolan, and Cole.


A celebration of Life will be held at the Unitarian Church in Hudson  MA on June 29 at 12 noon.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Bonita Mae Bradley hosted by Bartlett Funeral Home.

Bonnie Bradley age 74 died on June 8 at her home in South Yarmouth MA after a courageous seven-year battle with cancer.


Bonnie was born in Chicago Illinois and graduated from the Evergreen Park high school in 1967 also from UCLA in 1971. She earned a master’s degree from Simmons in education and a master’s degree from Framingham State in counseling. Bonnie was an accomplished therapist and had a career of helping people through therapy in groups and individually for more than 45 years. She specialized in couples, adolescents, trauma and eating disorders. She kept an office in Worcester, which she closed at the time of Covid. Despite her battle with cancer and COVID-19 shutting down the world she still showed up for her virtually for her patients the last four years. She was still seeing patients a week before she passed.


Bonnie loved her pets and in 2008 she adopted 4 Saint Bernards.  She loved taking them to the beach and creating memories with her family and her animals. She loved to travel and made 3 trips to Hawaii, several trips to Florida and enjoyed taking her grandchildren to Santa’s Village during her cancer treatment.  Nothing pleased her more than spending time with her family every holiday ,birthday, and camping trip she spent all the time she could with her children and grandchildren.


Bonnie is survived by her  loving husband James of 50 years, their 3 children Aurea, Michael, and Amy and Son in law Jeff, and her 3 grandchildren Orly, Nolan, and Cole.


A celebration of Life will be held at the Unitarian Church in Hudson  MA on June 29 at 12 noon.

To share a memory or send a condolence gift, please visit the Official Obituary of Bonita Mae Bradley hosted by Bartlett Funeral Home.

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