Bradley Funeral Home, Luray, VA

Bradley Funeral Home

187 E MAIN ST
Luray, VA 22835
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Phone: (540) 743-5747

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Bradley Funeral Home - Luray, VA James E Buraker Obituary announcement - Posted by Barbara Knupp (Dr. Baiseys assistant) 2013-04-06 15:52:14 Dear Pam my heart is just breaking for you and your daughter.You are in our hearts and our prayers.God will see you thru.


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Mr. Auth was an anchor of The Philadelphia Inquirer’s editorial page, a witty whistle-blower in what he depicted as a complicated and often corrupt culture. [read more]

2014-09-15 22:27 - Thomas Hale Boggs Jr., 73, Lobbying Giant, Is Dead

Mr. Boggs, the son of two prominent members of Congress, used his familiarity with the levers of power to build a firm that became synonymous with Washington lobbying. [read more]

2014-09-14 22:18 - Andy Stapp, Soldier Who Tried to Unionize the Military, Dies at 70

As antiwar protester determined to challenge the military from within, Mr. Stapp faced court-martial twice and a discharge for what his superiors deemed subversive activity. [read more]

2014-09-14 20:21 - Joe Sample, Crusaders Pianist Who Went Electric, Dies at 75

Mr. Sample became a jazz star as a pianist in the 1960s and an even bigger star a decade later when he began playing electric keyboards. [read more]

2014-09-14 19:38 - Frank Torre, Inspiration to a Yankees Manager, Dies at 82

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2014-09-13 18:33 - Rashi Fein, Economist Who Urged Medicare, Dies at 88

Dr. Fein’s ethical and humanitarian perspectives on national health care were influential from the Truman administration to President Obama’s Affordable Care Act. [read more]

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