Norma Bradley


Norma Mae Bradley

It is with heavy hearts the family of Norma Mae Bradley announce her passing at Iroquois Lodge on April 9, 2022 with her family at her side to lovingly guide her on her journey.  Norma is predeceased by her parents Earl and Myrtle Russell.  Her loving husband, John Bradley, along with her dear sons John Jr. and Russell and her precious grandson, Michael, were waiting patiently to hold her in their heavenly embrace.  Left to love and miss her always are her children,  Laurie (Fred) Lambert, Ron Bradley, Luanne (Chris) Martin and daughters in law, Patty and Debbie Bradley.

Norma was blessed with several grandchildren, great grandchildren, and great great grandchildren. She was a favorite auntie to many nieces and nephews and leaves behind many cousins and friends. Everyone who knew Norma, knew her kind heart.  She loved and was loved by many.

 "The world has lost a bright and loving light, but the heavens have gained a beautiful angel."

Join the family for a celebration of life on Sunday, April 24th at Hyde & Mott Chapel, 60 Main Street South, Hagersville;  Visitation 11am-1pm; Celebration 1pm. (Masks are encouraged to be worn at the chapel).  Interment Hagersville Cemetery.

As an expression of sympathy donations can be made to Royal Canadian Legion Branch 164 (Hagersville) of which Norma was a dedicated member for over 50 years, or to Iroquois Lodge, Ohsweken, or the charity of your choice.

"Wherever a beautiful soul has been, there is a trail of beautiful memories.”


Posted by Karen & Jerry on
Our heartfelt sympathies to you and your family at this time. We send our love, prayers, and strength.
I admire the way your mom lived her life and the light she brought to others. She was a very special woman
and I’m very sorry for your loss.
Posted by karen russell on
I was blessedd to call you my Favorite Aunt Norma, I'm happy I got to see you a few times in the last few months during these Covid times and visit and share a laugh. You were my last Aunt in this world and although my eyes are leaking, I wil live on with all the happy memories of you I hold in my heart. I know Laurie will be a lil lost without you so watch over her from above Aunt Norma and Ill watch over her here. Love YOU forever and Always xo
Posted by Maureen Hewitt-Topp on
My condolences to all of you. Norma was a wonderful lady, and always so friendly.
Posted by Dale Kolody on
Aunt norma always had a big smile and good belly laughs my condolences to all the family.
Posted by Karen and Terry General on
Ron, Leanne and family,
We are so sorry to hear of the loss of your mom. Thinking of you, Karen and Terry General
Posted by Karen and Terry General on
Ron, Luanne and family,
We are so sorry to hear of the loss of your mom. Thinking of you, Karen and Terry General
Posted by Sandra Tobicoe on
Norma was a lovely lady who will be missed by many, but will remain alive in your hearts, memories and stories that you will share in the future. My condolances to all.
Posted by Catherine A Jamieson on
Luanne and family,
Keith and I send our condolences. So sorry for the loss of your dear mother. We are thinking of you and know that your memories will help you through this sad time.
Keith and Cathy Jamieson
Posted by Connie Jamieson on
Sincere condolences to you all. Norma was a special lady.
Posted by Mike n Missy on
Sincere condolences from the Davey family your mom was a generous and beautiful lady we have know , we will keep the family in our thoughts and prayers, hugs and ❤️
Posted by Robert Martin on
My condolences to the Bradley family.
Posted by Dianne Strohm on
So sorry to hear of Norma's passing. Remembering great times we had with her working for my Dad (Tom Emslie) at the farm and Dale and I practically growing up with her the family. Fun times we had. She will be missed. May memories quietly comfort you now and in the days ahead. Hugs to all.
Posted by Claudine on
Luanne & Family:
Condolences from our family to yours.
I knew Norma since I was a kid as Sour Springs Corner when she came to visit Myrtle and Earl and Aunt Ida at the store. She was always smiling and had a pleasant word to say.
Norma, your Dad and my mom, Penny, were friends for many years as they loved to play euchre. I remember seeing them at the euchre parties that were held in peoples' homes many, many years ago.
I enjoyed her dry sense of humour and, of course, her smile.
My thoughts are with you at this time as I know how difficult it is to lose a mother.
Norma will be missed.
Posted by Anne Noyes on
Luanne and family.....sending my thoughts and prayers to support you through this very difficult time. Your wonderful family memories will help you on this journey! Hugs to all!
Posted by Barb Miller on
Condolences to the Bradley families… Luann and family, Laurie, Ron and family and Glennie Braveheart.
Posted by John & Vera Monture on
Our sincere condolences to the Bradley family. Norma was a wonderful friend. She will be missed by all.
Posted by MARY Jamieson on
I know how much you will all miss your mom, gramma and great gramma but know that she is in a better place with friends and family who have passed on. My sincere condolences at this very sad time.
Posted by Terry L General on
Sending sincere condolences to the Bradley family. Cherish the memories of your Mom. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Posted by Wanda on
Sending our heartfelt condolences on the loss of Norma.
Rob & Wanda Davis
Posted by Bonnie Davis on
Luanne and Chris and all the families our sincere condolences. Will always remember Norma she was a happy
and kind person. Cousin Cecil and Bonnie Davis
Posted by Chris Herkimer on
So sorry to hear about the passing of Mrs.Bradley always very kind and a special lady to many. My mother and family send all of the Bradley family our prayers and thoughts. Rest in peace !
Posted by Lori Harris on
There are so many beautiful words to describe Gramma Norma as her heart was a big as the sky. Our family was so blessed to have two amazing people as in-laws, your mom & dad. I loved making food, going to visit and hearing Hi Lor, come on in! As heartbreaking it is to lose family, the reunion must be so joyful in the Heavens. Thank you for sharing your parents with us. Love to you all.
Posted by Frances Martin on
Our heart felt condolences to Ron, Luanne, Laurie and all her family on the passing of such a wonderful lady. Norma had a smile and great words to share anytime I seen her. Hugs to all
Terry and Fran
Posted by Lisa on
Laurie and Fred, Ron, Luanne and Chris and Patty and Debbie and Family.
We are sending you all our love!
May you cherish all your memories and know howuch she loved all of you. I know I am taking solace in the amazing reunion happening in Heaven right now. Sending all our love,Lisa Bee and Addy
Posted by Robert Bradley on
So sorry to hear and be without. I’m sure my dad Beege would’ve been there if he could’ve but I’m sure he is up there welcoming her with open arms and singing her favorite song so she can sing along. Bradley love.
Posted by Robert Bradley on
So sorry to hear and be without. I’m sure my dad Beege would’ve been there if he could’ve but I’m sure he is up there welcoming her with open arms and singing her favorite song so she can sing along. Bradley love.
Posted by Shelly King on
Sending my Bradley family my love and sincere condolences of the passing of Aunt Norma, big warm hugs to everyone. She will always be in my heart as she will be in her family’s. Love you Aunt Norma. Shelly and family
Posted by Paul Smelser on
Laurie, Ron, Luanne and the rest of the families,
Kathy and I would like to extend our deepest condolences to your families on the loss of your mother. Although I did not know your mother that well I did know a great deal of your family and know that you were all a very close bunch of people. These losses are painful but more easily accepted when you share all your good memories with others. This is where the healing process starts. Bless you all!
Paul and Kathy Smelser
Posted by Joanne Reader Webb on
To all the Bradley Family with Luv
She is the last of her era. Michelle and I will miss her very much. She was a Loving and caring woman. Many good memories of her. I will miss her Indian Cookies
Posted by Dawn Russell on
Nya:weh kowah for sharing your Mom. I reconnected when she moved to Iroquois Lodge, saying "Sge:no Aunt Norma, how is your day?" Many times before the lunch hour as residents were gathering in the Dining Room I would share something memorable, a resident would say I've got a better one to share, the roar of laughter the personal stories and surprising looks (hearing some things that were shared) were the best. Aunt Norma's life was full of genuine love that is reflective in her family. Hold on to your memories and continue to share that love for generations to come. My condolences, sending big hugs and love.
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