July 1, 1956 ~ December 1, 2018

Born in: Englewood, Colorado
Resided in: Denver, Colorado

Deborah Anne Bradley, 62 of Aurora, Colorado, passed away peacefully December 1, 2018 with her husband by her side. Deborah was born to her parents Ernest Henry Loehr and Marita JoAnn Petri on July 1, 1956 in Englewood, Colorado.

Following High School, Deborah spent 4 years as an Airman in the Air Force, there on obtaining her Associates Degree. She also received 4 years of Biblical education.

Deborah was very active in church and in the community. Deborah served on parish council at St. Therese and the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Deborah was an Extraordinary minister of Holy Communion at Immaculate Heart of Mary, St. Therese and St. James where she visited those who were ill, in prison, hospice, as well as in nursing homes. Deborah also served as a Cantor and taught CCD confirmations at St. Therese.

Deborah was involved with the Knights of Columbus Auxiliary for many years. In addition, she sold computers at radio shack during the time of her first illness and even became the Employee of the month at Western Temporaries Agency.

During her free time, Deborah enjoyed sewing, swimming, biking, reading, giving gifts and baking cookies.

Deborah is survived by Husband: Cliff Bradley, Daughter: Farrah Cashero (J.D. Cashero), Mother: JoAnn Loehr, Grandchildren: Hunter Cashero and Callie Cashero, Siblings: Diane Gorrie (Malcolm), Patricia Smith (Tommy), Thomas Loehr (Sarita), Howard Loehr (Paula), Nancy Shores (Bill), Linda Fulton (Stuart), and Mary Mathis (Stuart).

She is preceded in death by Father: Ernie Loehr.

Visitation to be held Wednesday, December 5, 2018, 5:00PM-7:00PM at Horan & McConaty Funeral Home (11150 East Dartmouth Ave. Aurora, CO 80014), followed by Rosary at 7:00PM. Visitation 9:00 AM Thursday, December 6, 2018, followed by Funeral Mass, 10:00 AM at Queen of Peace Catholic Church (13120 E Kentucky Ave, Aurora, CO 80012). A reception will follow immediately after Mass.

In Lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Divine Hospice & Palliative Care (10200 E Girard Ave suite d-140, Denver, CO 80231).

Please give your condolences to the Bradley Family.

Services

Visitation: December 5, 2018 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Horan & McConaty - SE Denver/Aurora
11150 E. Dartmouth Ave.
Aurora, CO 80014


Room: Family Chapel

Rosary: December 5, 2018 7:00 pm

Horan & McConaty - SE Denver/Aurora
11150 E. Dartmouth Ave.
Aurora, CO 80014


Room: Family Chapel

Visitation: December 6, 2018 9:00 am

Queen of Peace Catholic Church
13120 E. Kentucky Avenue
Aurora , CO 80012


Funeral Mass: December 6, 2018 10:00 am

Queen of Peace Catholic Church
13120 E. Kentucky Avenue
Aurora , CO 80012


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  1. I will always keep you in my heart. You gave me a beautiful daughter And we did have 7 good years together. I will see that you get the military honors that you’ve earned. Salute fellow veteran and rip my dear.

  2. It was an honor to be of service to Deborah, Cliff and all of the family. As a hospice Chaplin, I was a witness to Deborahs unwaivering faith, that Jesus was with her during her life, and that he welcomed her with open arms into heaven. I will miss her smile, and determination to make the sign if the cross, and to say the Lord’s prayer before receiving the Eucharist daily. May her light and smile shine in all of us.

  3. Deb was always such an extraordinary example of grace and determination. Handed so many difficult challenges in life, she maintained a relentlessly positive attitude. Debbie was a kind, loving, generous spirit – – a wonderful mother, wife, sister, daughter and cousin!

  4. My deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Deborah. May your treasured memories bring you joy, and may ‘the God of all comfort’ give you strength and a measure of peace for your grieving hearts at this most difficult time.
    2Cor 1:3

  5. I went to school with Debbie at Tascosa High. Some Saturdays I would spend the night with her, we would get up at 4 am to wrap Sunday newspapers and deliver them. After that we would go to church then off to practice for the signing group we were in Sing Out America. This was such a fun time for me. I’ll always cherish the friendship we had. She was such a sweet girl. Loved her.

  6. A saint among us now peacefully, joyfully in the arms of Jesus! Pray for us, dearest friend. I was praying the Chapulet of Divine Mercy at 3:00 a.m. for you the morning you died. Cliff, that dearest man, told us it was the hour you flew away.
    I have to say I have already received many graces after asking for her to pray to Jesus for me. Thanks, Debbie!

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