Final arrangements for the driving force behind a well-known international youth baseball tournament in Lafayette are set. Harry Bradway, who is credited with bringing the Colt World Series to Loeb Stadium in 1969, died Thursday. Funeral services will be held Sunday at Soller-Baker Lafayette Chapel. Bradway was 97.
He also spent 30 years broadcasting high school and college sports for WASK radio. Bradway’s accomplishments also include induction in the Indiana Baseball Hall of Fame, a Sagamore of the Wabash and a Grand Marquis de Lafayette for Community Service.
Prior to his career in Lafayette radio, which also included serving as an account executive, Bradway worked for The Akron News as well as newspapers and radio stations in Marion and Seymour.
A visitation is scheduled for noon on Sunday, August 13th, followed by a funeral at 1pm at Soller-Baker Lafayette Chapel. Burial will be at Akron Cemetery in Fulton County.