Former state Rep. Lester William Bradley recalled by colleagues, friends
Bradley, 66, died at his home in Thornton Gore on Wednesday. A memorial service for Bradley will be conducted Tuesday, Feb. 25, at 2 p.m. by the Rev. John Muehlke Jr. at the Pemi Valley Church on Route 3 in Woodstock.
As a lineman for New Hampshire Electric Cooperative, Bradley gained valuable insight into how utilities operate that was useful in the Science, Technology and Energy Committee, said Rappaport, adding that Bradley would “definitely be missed” on the committee and in the House. “There’s already a card going around,” Rappaport said, to extend the House’s condolences to his family.
“He and his family have lived here for a long, long time, and they’re just nice, nice people,” said Marsden, adding that many residents of Thornton are saddened by Bradley’s death.
“We just had a grange meeting a couple of months ago, and I’m glad I got to see him that night,” said Marsden.
“I wish I could say there was one thing, but there were so many.”
David Borden, D-New Castle, who chairs the Science, Technology and Energy Committee, said the committee had a moment of silence on Thursday for Bradley.
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