Esther Bradstreet, 97, of Ashlar Village, Wallingford, formerly of Easton, CT, died May 8, 2013. She leaves daughters Sally and Nancy Bradstreet, son-in-law Robert Jacobson and granddaughter Carly Jacobson. She is predeceased her husband Charles. She was born in Minnesota and was the oldest of six. She leaves her sister Arlis and brother Curtis in Minnesota and was predeceased by sisters Verna and Carmen and brother Burton. Esther received her R.N. from the Lutheran Deaconess Hospital and School of Nursing in Minneapolis. Before her marriage she worked as an R.N. at Northfield Hospital, TWA and Remington Arms in Bridgeport. She was very active throughout her life in her church, garden clubs, volunteering and pursuing other interests. Friends can attend her burial at Lawncroft Cemetery, 1740 Black Rock Turnpike, Fairfield, CT 06825 on Monday, May 13, 2013 at 12:30 PM. A Memorial Service will be held on Friday June 7, at 1 pm at the Hartog Activities Center at Ashlar Village in Wallingford. Donations in memory of Esther Bradstreet - Checks can be made out to: MCF of Connecticut, note on check donation to be made to 'MHC Quality of Life Fund', checks can be sent of Masonic Charity Foundaiton, P.O. Box 70, Wallingford, CT 06492. BEECHER & BENNETT, 2300 Whitney Ave, Hamden in care of arrangements.

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  1. Dear Nancy and Sally, I would like to convey my sympathy to you and all of your family. Esther was a very good friend and remarkable in so many ways. How fortunate you were to have her for ninety seven years. I have memories from 1946, when we first began to play bridge. I shall miss her. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers, Priscilla Chatfield

  2. Dear Nancy, Sally, Bob and Carly. I am so sorry for your loss. Nancy, I’ll try to call you tonight (5/11), but I know you have so much going on and are going on a trip. In case I don’t get to speak to you personally before you leave, I just want you to know how much Esther meant to me. We saw her and Charlie many times when we lived in New Jersey, and she was always so hospitable. I remember your many family trips to Minnesota when you were younger when Grandma was still alive. We always looked forward to your visits. We will all miss her. Please know that you are all in our thoughts and prayers. Jay and Nancy

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