Victoria Bradford Marden

April 3, 1971 - August 12, 2022
Victoria Bradford Marden

Victoria B. Marden-Detrick passed away peacefully in her sleep on Friday, August 12, 2022. Torey was born in Boston, Ma. on April 3, 1971, and lived in Hingham, Ma and moved to Hopkinton, NH in 1976. She graduated from Hopkinton High School in 1990 and attended Johnson and Wales University in Providence, RI. She married Timothy L. Malone of Bow and moved to Concord, NH where their daughter Nicole Ashley Malone was born on March 3, 1996.

Torey will long be remembered for her great generosity, kindness and caring for others. She had a wonderful sense of humor and saw the good in everyone. She dearly loved her husband, daughter, grandparents, parents, brother, and her many cousins; and of course, her most recent kitty “tinker bell’. Her strength and resilience were remarkable. She loved writing letters, reading, her kitties, her horse, family parties and summer vacations with her Grandparents in Chatham on Cape Cod.

She was employed by the NH House of Representatives, the NH Department of Motor Vehicles, and various private offices.

Torey moved to Wilmington, NC in 2019 to be near her mother.

She is survived by her husband Daniel T. Detrick of Wilmington, NC, her daughter Nicole A. Malone of Laconia, NH, her mother Nancy K. Bramen and stepfather William M. Bramen of Wilmington, NC.; her father Lee B. Marden and stepmother Terry A. Marden of Concord, NH and Chatham, Ma.; her brother Matthew C. Marden and his partner Robert B. Graham of Salisbury, Conn and New York City; Aunt Dorothy H. and Uncle Jay L. Marden of New Boston, NH; and her Uncle Roy C. Kime of Williamsburg, Va. Torey is also survived by her nine cousins whom she loved dearly. She was predeceased by her Grandparents and her Uncle Bruce C. Marden.

If you wish to honor Torey’s spirit of generosity, please offer an act of kindness to a friend, or loved one; or a donation to Pope Memorial SPCA in Concord, NH.

A private family gathering will be at the convenience of the family.

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