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A memorial service honoring Charles Henry Bradford, will be held Saturday, January 11, 1992, 2 p.m., Monument Park Third Ward, 2215 Roosevelt Ave.

Mr. Bradford, a prominent economist, died of cancer December 11, 1991 (his 63rd birthday) in Washington D.C. Funeral services and interment were in Arlington, Virginia, Dec. 14, 1991.Born in Salt Lake City, to John Rawsel Bradford and Lenore Maxwell Bradford. Married Mary Lythgoe, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple, September 12, 1957. They were devoted members of LDS Arlington Ward, where Charles was a beloved Bishop for seven years, on the High Council of the McLean, Virginia Stake, and served as Potomac Virginia Stake Mission President.

Charles earned B.S. and M.S. degrees at the University of Utah and a PhD in Economics from Harvard University. He was honored with the Distinguished Alumnus Award of the University of Utah in 1982. Received the Presidential Award for Outstanding Federal Employees with Disabilities in 1990.

Served as economic adviser to American Bankers Assn., Joint Economic Committee of Congress, Senate Banking Committee, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., as assistant to Sen. Wallace Bennett, instructor at BYU, and most recently as Chief Economist for the National Credit Union Administration.

Survivors include his wife, Mary Lythgoe

Bradford, Arlington, Virginia; three children,

Stephen (Jane) Bradford, Pasadena, Calif.;

Lorraine (Mark) Gravallese, Alexandria, Virginia; and Scott (Sharon) Bradford, Cambridge, Mass.; four grandchildren; three brothers, Marvin

Bradford, Huntington Beach, Calif.; Jack

Bradford and Clive Bradford, Salt Lake City; four sisters, Rhea B. Allen, Phyllis B. Bradshaw, Afton

B. Bradshaw and Gwen B. Goaslind, all of Salt Lake City.

Memorial contributions may be made to Muscular Dystrophy Assn., 3561 E.Sunrise Dr., Tucson, AZ 85718, specifying F.S.H. Research in memory of Charles Bradford.

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