In Memory of




Obituary for Lewis Lubisha Bradich

April 20, 1930 – January 27, 2021
With a full moon to guide him, Lew passed away peacefully in his 91st year on Wednesday, January 27th, 2021 . Lew’s passing was due to congestive heart failure and Parkinson’s Disease.
Long time life and mixed doubles partner of Joan of 66 years, loving husband and proud Father, Father-in-Law, Brother-in-Law, Uncle, Grandfather and Great Grandfather. Survived by his children Tim (Sheila), Dave (Arlene), Jan (Dan), Sue (Mike), and Cathy, Grandfather of Holly, Julie (Dragan), Mark (Zharen), Luke (Paige) John, David, Margaret, Michelle (Greg), Emily (Ethan), Great Grandfather of Ben, Leah, Luka and Aleks, and sister-in-law Barbara and nieces Elizabeth and Katherine.
Pre-deceased by his parents Eli and Persa, sister Olga (Harold), brother Len (Millie), daughter-in-law Lesley, and brother-in-law Paul.
Beloved uncle to his nephews and nieces; Michael, Patricia, Barbara, Kathy and Danny.
Lew retired in 1989 after 40 years of service in the food industry, the last 29 of which were as a senior executive at JM Schneider Inc. during its growth from a local to a nationally known company, followed by several years as a consultant to M&M Meats (Food Markets).
He also served the community as a YMCA Y’s man, Panpolitae Club, and later Probus Club.
Lew shared his love of music with his daughter Sue, as members of the Music Alive community choir.
He was a sixty-five year member of Waterloo Tennis Club where he met Joan. Lew and Joan also enjoyed many years together with the family creating happy memories at the family cottage in Muskoka.
We wish to thank all of his health care providers, LHIN and personal care workers for maintaining his care and quality of life.
In lieu of flowers; donations would be appreciated to London Health Sciences Foundation-University Hospital, Southlake Regional Health Centre Foundation (Newmarket), where Lew received life-saving cardiac care, and South Muskoka Hospital Foundation (Bracebridge).
A memorial service will be held. Those who wish to participate are invited to view the service online at 1 PM on Tuesday, February 2, 2021 at
Visit for Lewis' memorial.