Jane Bradley Miller June 28, 1927 - January 7, 2017 Myra Jane Bradley Miller, a resident of Redwood City for 66 years and recently of Belmont, passed away January 7, 2017 at the age of 89. Jane was born June 28, 1927 in Gunnison, Utah. She attended the University of Utah before moving to California where she met her husband Ed. They settled in Redwood City and raised two daughters. Jane graduated magna cum laude from San Jose State in 1961, honoring a promise to her father to complete her education. Jane taught first grade at John Gill School for 22 years. In retirement, she enjoyed traveling, writing, and being the world's best grandma. Jane was a gifted poet with a clever wit. She will be remembered for her patience, generosity and sincere kindness. Jane wrote, "I have been very lucky in my life. I had loving parents, grandparents, uncles, aunts, brothers, sisters and cousins. I have been privileged to have many faithful friends from childhood on. I was born in a country to freedom and opportunity, where education was mine if I so chose. I have had work to do in life that I hope was meaningful. I was blessed with a dear husband and children to be my own wonderful family and grandchildren to keep it going, all of them special to me." Jane will be deeply missed by daughters Jeanne Schulte (William) of Redwood City and Dee Miller of San Mateo, grandchildren Brian and Jill Schulte, brothers George, John and Steven Bradley, and sisters Carol Radichel and Ann Webb. She was preceded in death by husband Edward D. Miller and sister Betty Kavanagh. A celebration of Jane's life will be held at a later date. Memorial tributes may be made to the Redwood City Education Foundation ( www.rcef.org ) or the charity of your choice.
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