Amy L. Mai (Scott)
Brad made me laugh through many a boring lunch period during junior high school. Anyone who gives you the gift of laughter is very special.
Lauri L. White (Ramsey)
I was saddened by the news that Brad had passed away as I have fond memories of him. I first met and socialized with Brad as part-time employees of Foley's at Memorial City in 1976-77. He was always a hoot to be around and was great at delivering quips on the spot for whatever was going on. He was also socially responsible. I recall that on one evening after work, we had witnessed a vehicle hit-and-run and he instinctively jumped into his car and took off down Memorial Dr. to chase the offending vehicle. He returned a short time later victorious with a license plate number and stated something to the effect that "well, someone had to step up". Agreed.