Sister Adrienne C. Bradley, S.S.J. (formerly Sister Martin Denise), died Oct. 6 at St. Joseph Villa, Flourtown, at age 86.
Daughter of the late Martin and Mildred Bradley, she was born in Shamokin, Pa. and attended Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Grade School and John W. Hallahan High School. She entered the Sisters of St. Joseph in September 1958 and professed her final vows in August 1966.
Sister Adrienne ministered in the archdioceses of Philadelphia, Baltimore and Newark and the Diocese of Harrisburg.
She is the sister of Margaret Robinson and late Martin, Robert, Kenneth, Ronald and Father Alan Bradley. She is also survived by sister-in-law Rose Bradley, nieces, nephews, grandnieces and grandnephews as well as members of her Congregation the Sisters of St. Joseph.
The funeral Mass was celebrated Oct. 11 at St. Joseph Villa.
Donations in Sister Adrienne’s memory may be made to St. Joseph Villa, 110 W. Wissahickon Ave., Flourtown, PA 19031.
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