Clarence Bradley was one of Meriden’s greatest benefactors. A humanitarian and visionary, he endowed future generations with a legacy of caring for the people of the city that he called home. His philanthropic legacy resulted in the 1938 establishment of The Bradley Home as a permanent residence for the elderly.
The Bradley Home’s main structure houses the 74-bed Residential Care Home with the attached 30-bed supportive Skilled Nursing Pavilion. The 8.6-acre campus also includes the carriage house which now is home to a children’s day care center.
Read more about Clarence Bradley’s generous contributions and civic participations from the Meriden Hall of Fame.