Warren Ball Bradbury Jr. ’56 died September 19, 2016 in South Boston. An enterprising sort, he was known at Harvard for having bought hundreds of raccoon coats and setting out every fall in his Model A Ford to peddle them at local women’s colleges. (He sold most of them.) Later he worked in sales in his father’s publishing house, W.B. Bradbury Co., in New York City. He loved life in the city, was a regular at the Harvard Club, and had a lifelong love of exercise. He leaves two sisters, Debbie Greene and Betsy Barreda, a brother, John ’63, and his former wife, Betty Rae Bentz.