Bradley Bright Friedlander Cherished father and husband passed away on Tuesday February 28, 2012. Bradley was born July 22, 1922 in Montreal Canada, the youngest child of Adelbert and Ethel Mary Bright Friedlander. Bradley was a quiet gentleman of strong spirit who grew prize winning roses like his father before him. He grew up in Montreal playing and watching hockey and became a huge Giants baseball fan after moving to the Bay Area. Bradley was an officer-pilot in the Royal Canadian Air Force during WWII. He flew several hundred sorties in the European Theatre primarily in a Dakota Airplane. After WWII ended, Bradley returned to Montreal and attended McGill University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce in 1949. While attending McGill he met the love of his life Annie Coady. They were married 59 years. Bradley was accepted to the UC Berkeley School of Business after graduating from McGill. Bradley and Annie moved to California in 1949. After graduating in 1952 with a Masters in Business Administration from UC Berkeley, Bradley was a Senior Systems Analyst for Chevron and after 32 years of service he retired. Also he was a life long member of St. Francis of Assisi Episcopal Church. Bradley had four children: Barbara (Wesley) Carr, Glenn (Teresa) Friedlander, Gary Friedlander (deceased) and Bradley A. (Teri) Friedlander. Bradley was preceded in death by his wife Annie (2007). He will be dearly missed by family and friends. Visitation is Saturday March 3rd, 11:00AM-12:30 PM at Keatons Redwood Chapel, Novato. Service is at 1:00 PM, at St. Francis Episcopal Church, Novato.