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Terri Lynne Bradley of Higgins Lake

Terri Lynne Bradley, 61, of Higgins Lake died peacefully at home Oct. 17, 2017.

Terri was born in Lansing, July 27, 1956 to Allert Theodore Lokken, Jr. and Doris Jean (Horning) Lokken. She married Fred R. Bradley Sept. 25, 1993 in Jackson.

She resided at Higgins Lake since 2008, Jackson, Eaton Rapids, Vestal, NY, Springfield, IL, and Battle Creek. She was raised in Eaton Rapids.

Terri was a homemaker. She had been a manager for Big Sur Waterbeds in IL, NY and Michigan, retiring in 1992.

Terri was a member of St. Michael Catholic Church, Roscommon.

Terri enjoyed hiking, fishing, camping, gardening and the outdoors. She was never one to say good-bye, it was always ‘I’ll see you later.’

Surviving are her husband, Fred; three children, Jason (Kellie) Blackwell of Lansing, Andrew (Jennie) Blackwell of Jackson and Amy (Gerrit) Benson of San Diego, CA; four grandchildren, Ethan, Brendan and Shalena Blackwell and Jonathan Benson; two brothers, Timothy (Bonnie) Lokken of NC and Mike (Teresa) Lokken of Eaton Rapids; one sister, Traci Underwood of Indianapolis, IN; three brothers-in-law, Chuck (Debbie) Bradley of Jackson, Ronnie Bradley of Higgins Lake and Jim (Kim) Bradley of Parma; and two sisters-in-law, Bonnie Aldous and Connie (Gene) VanWinkle all of Jackson.

She was preceded in death by her parents.

Her Funeral was held Oct. 21, 2017 at St. Michael Catholic Church, Roscommon officiated by Rev. Father Richard Schaeffer. Burial was at Oakwood Cemetery, Higgins Lake.

Memorial donations may be made to the family in care of Walsh Funeral Home.

Walsh Funeral Home, Roscommon served the family.


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