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Sharon D. Bradley, 64, of Taneytown

Sharon Diane Walton Frith Bradley, 64, of Taneytown, died Sunday, April 13, 2014, at University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore.

Born Sept. 13, 1949, in Richmond, Va., she was the daughter of Evelyn Dewey Frith, of Glen Allen, Va., and the late Charles Frith Jr. She was the wife of Frank M. Bradley, her husband of almost 30 years.

She was a 1967 graduate of J.R. Tucker High School in Richmond, Va. She worked at Verizon Communications in Silver Spring for more than 31 years.

She enjoyed traveling, entertaining, cooking, playing mah jongg and spending time with family and friends.

Surviving, in addition to her mother and husband, are sons Aaron Walton and wife Mary, of Finksburg, and Jason Walton and companion Krystle Prince, of Walkerton, Va.; daughters Ashlea Bowers and husband Todd, of Finksburg, and Keeley Carl and husband Timothy, of Taneytown; sisters Susan Tansey, of Mechanicsville, Va., and Sherry Tinsley and husband Dorsett, of Mechanicsville, Va.; brothers Charles Frith and wife Debbie, of Midlothian, Va., David Frith and wife Anna, of Goochland, Va., and Michael Frith, of Mechanicsville, Va.; grandchildren Sarah and Jessie Lee Walton, and Skylar and Rylee Bowers; and many nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by a brother-in-law, Michael Tansey; and a sister-in-law, Marsha Frith.

A memorial gathering will be held from 3 to 6 p.m. Friday at Carroll Vista Community Clubhouse, 1 Clubside Drive, Taneytown.

Memorial contributions may be sent to the American Diabetes Association, 3544 N. Progress Ave., Suite 202, Harrisburg, PA, 17110; or to the Carroll Hospital Center Foundation, 200 Memorial Ave., Westminster, MD 21157, for the benefit of the Intermediate Care Unit.

Arrangements are being handled by Myers-Durboraw Funeral Home in Taneytown.

Online condolences may be offered at http://www.myersdurborawfh.com.

Sign this guest book online at http://www.carrollcountytimes.com.

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