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Barbara S. Bradley

Barbara S. Bradley

  • Barbara Bradley
  • - Atlantic City Press 

DUGAN, BARBARA S. (nee Bradley) - age 62, of Wildwood Crest, NJ. Passed away on November 2, 2014. Barbara was born in Upper Darby, Pa and became a lifelong resident of Wildwood Crest. Barbara graduated from Rosemont College. Barbara enjoyed golf, tennis, Philadelphia Sports teams and her dog Chessa. For over four decades, Barbara worked as the owner/operator of Douglass Candies on the Wildwood boardwalk. Barbara took over the family business from her mother, June and has since passed it on to her sons. Barbara took great pride in the family business that has been in operation for over 95 years. Barbara was predeceased by her parents, Robert Bradley and June Bradley. She is survived by her beloved sons, James Bradley Dugan and Jason Dugan, her cousins Bonelle Douglass Hutton, Judi Douglass Thomas, Melissa Douglass Sackl, and Charles Douglass and her dear friend Ed Illingworth. Family and friends can pay their respects at a viewing that will be held from 10 AM to 12 noon on Saturday, November 8, 2014 at St. Simeon's Church, 2502 Central Ave, North Wildwood, NJ. A funeral service will take place at 12 noon following the viewing. Burial will follow at Cold Springs Cemetery 780 Seashore Rd, Cape May, NJ 08204. Arr: Ingersoll-Greenwood FH

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03/16/15 10:42 AM #3    

Don Golfen

I'm so sorry to hear about Barbara.  She was very beautiful, friendly, and funny.  I have very fond memories of her.  She's one of the people that always comes to mind when I think back on those days.

03/16/15 12:16 PM #4    

Mark S. Juliano

Such a loss...Always Barb was so dear and sweet to me...

We would laugh forever it seemed...But I curse myself

that it had been way, WAY too long since we last did that....

I promise, Barb, to try and not let that happen again

with all our other friends....Ever!?! LuvU2 ~

03/16/15 02:05 PM #5    

Anne Boyer (Neborak)

So so sad, too young.Rest in Peace!

03/16/15 06:17 PM #6    

Peggy(Margaret) Wilson

Barb was a beautiful person inside and out. Another classmate gone too early.  God Bless you and your family.


03/16/15 10:57 PM #7    

Maureen Beail (Beail-Farkas)

I hope she was able to live a life that made her happy

03/17/15 06:23 PM #8    

Sybil Vernon

Barb was truly a person full of life.  Always so spry...remembering the days of 'drill team'.  This is a reminder to us all that life is too short.  We need to reach out to those we have thought of, think of...where ever they are.  High school was a big part of all our lives.

03/17/15 07:10 PM #9    

Gary B. Rohland

This is just another reminder that tomorrow is not guaranteed.  Cherish every day. Tell the ones you love

that you love them and how thankful you are for them.  Such a shame to have her life cut so short.

03/18/15 12:45 PM #10    

Barbara Nescio (Bonnett)

Always very sad to hear of another classmate's passing. I was in Wildwood a few years ago, stopped in at Douglass Fudge with my sister (she used to work there in the summers thru her college years). Barbara happened to be there! Talked with her for a while. It was good to catch up. She was having health issues at the time. But it was so good to see her after all those years. I have very fond memories of being on drill team with her in high school. Such a lovely, sweet girl.

03/18/15 01:28 PM #11    

Thomas Clark

Oh my... How sad, even shocking to hear of Barbara's passing.  Those of us who knew her will always be mindful of her sweet smiles and friendly outgoing personality.  She could light-up a room.  Barbara (Baabs) was my first serious girlfriend (9th grade).  How lucky can a guy be.  I harbor many, many fond memories of her from our times together in school and down at the shore. God bless.

Anyone know why?


03/19/15 03:24 PM #12    

Evelyn Gross (Virgin)

So many wonderful memories of Barb and her warm, friendly & giving spirit and all of the good times shared  together on Drill Team.

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