John Bradley (OK 1952) died July 3, 2022

John attended Kings in the latter part of the War and took up a career in accountancy but retired from the commercial world in 1995 to become the director of the International Nepal fellowship. He led this work in community health and leprosy care for 6 years. In his retirement, he wrote two books: The effect of “Christianity on English Culture” (The Mansion House of Liberty), and “The A to Z of Common Christian Beliefs“, both available on Amazon.

The International Nepal Fellowship writes:

“We are deeply saddened by the demise of John Bradley, INF’s former Executive Director (1992–1997), on 3rd July 2022 early morning in the UK.

“The entire INF Nepal family would like to express our heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family and celebrate his committed and exemplary life to the Lord until his final days on earth.Before joining INF as Executive Director, John served in the UK Home Council and later as Treasurer of INF. He visited Nepal in March 1991. He and his wife Judith spent meaningful time in Nepal with INF.

“As a leader, John saw the desperate need all around Nepal, especially in the western half of Nepal and within INF, to be equipped to respond to it, and he directed INF’s focus toward these areas. During his time in Nepal, the work of INF underwent significant growth, both in scope and support from donors.
We are thankful for John’s invaluable contributions, selfless service and love for the Nepali people. You will always be in our memories.

“Please pray for Judith as she grieves and makes the funeral arrangements.May God grant peace and strengthen the bereaved family, relatives and friends at this hour of loss.”