Claudia Jane Bradley
August 25, 1954 - September 20, 2020
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Claudia Jane Bradley, 65, of Toledo, OH passed away unexpectedly on September 20th from natural causes. Jane is survived by her daughter, Susan Falco; her brother, Ben Biggs; her sister, Toni Walker; and the many friends, extended family members, and former students who loved her. She graduated with honors from The University of Tennessee at…

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Bill Stifler left a message on October 15, 2020:
I met Jane my last semester of classes at UTC, when she taught a creative writing class. She was an excellent teacher and gave me important advice for my own writing. More than that, she was a friend. I continued to stay in contact with her through the Meacham Writers' Workshop and later through Facebook. People use the word "vivacious," but I have never met anyone for whom that fit better than Jane. Her passing is unfathomable, and my deepest condolences to her family at this sudden loss.
Betsy Elick left a message on October 12, 2020:
Jane was such a wonderful friend to me. I met her at the university of toledo when I enrolled in her poetry class. We became close friends and she helped me out during a really rough time in my life. I will never forget her kindness. She will forever hold a special place in my heart.
Monica Caison left a message on October 6, 2020:
I was just sent a message today of her passing. So heartbreaking. What a great loss to the world. Jane was a great writer and always had wonderful and encouraging words to share for us. Please know we share in your loss and pray that God will hold you near. Thank you for honoring CUE, on the behalf of all of us at CUE Center we thank you.
Penny Carr Britton left a message on October 6, 2020:
So sorry to hear of Jane’s passing, I met her, during the time of my daughters disappearance, and sold her her home in Toledo. A home she dearly loved. She was a gentle soul with a large heart. I gave her permission to write my daughters story, but in order for her fictional book to sell, my daughters real story was only a guideline for her. My sympathies to her family and close friends and I thank them for any donations that go to Community United Effort in Wilmington, N.C. she did donate some proceeds from You Believers to Monica Caison.
Penny Carr Britton left a message on October 6, 2020:
So sorry to hear of Jane’s passing, I met her, during the time of my daughters disappearance, and sold her her home in Toledo. A home she dearly loved. She was a gentle soul with a large heart. I gave her permission to write my daughters story, but in order for her fictional book to sell, my daughters real story was only a guideline for her. My sympathies to her family and close friends and I thank them for any donations that go to Community United Effort in Wilmington, N.C. she did donate some proceeds from You Believers to Monica Caison & CUE. She had made Monica the main character in her book.
Cremation Society of Toledo left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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