J. Bradley Brodtman

March 16, 1955 - January 15, 2009 

J. Bradley Brodtman

March 16, 1955 - January 15, 2009 

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Meg Tapucol-Provo posted a Condolence | May 14, 2009

I just now found out that Brad had passed away after reading the USF Alumni Magazine and I am shocked and saddened. Brad and I were good friends at USF--he and "The Boys" also lived a floor above me on Hayes and Cole. I remember hanging out at his apartment, eating Raskin-Flakkers ice cream ("You fly, I'll buy.") I last saw him when I visited New England on a business trip and I stayed with he and Minie in Enfield and going to a UConn v. Syracuse basketball game(in the late 80's). Those were good times. My prayers are with you...

Meg Tapucol-Provo
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Greg McKeown posted a Condolence | January 20, 2009

It is with a sad heart that I send this condolence message. Brad was one of those unique people I was lucky to have as a friend. When I knew him at USF we had so many good times and I will always remember the smile and good nature he brought to our Phelan Hall group. After school he was the one that kept in touch with us sharing his stories and sense of humor. After many many years some of us got together this past summer at my 30th wedding anniversary, and in reflection, it was Gods way of letting Brad be with some of the friends he made along the way and experience the days he cherished so much. Brad is at peace now and Colleen and I will miss him.

Colleen and I would like to extend our prayers and best wishes to the entire Brodtman family.
God Bless you Brad…..
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Freddie M. Ennis, Jr. and family posted a Condolence | January 20, 2009

B will be missed ...
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John O'Brien posted a Condolence | January 19, 2009

Dear Brodtman Family,

The O'Brien's extend our heartfelt condolences and prayers to you all.

Those of us who met Brad during the Univ of San Francisco days were immediately taken by his genuine goodness and passion for living....Brad was an easy friend to everyone he met....."B" was certainly one of a kind that will be sorely missed but his memory will serve as a source of strength and reminder of all that is good .. . God Bless you Bradley Brodtman...

Until we meet again "B"...just go long !!

J.J.
O'Brien Family
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Keith and Susan Moranz posted a Condolence | January 19, 2009

To the Brodtman family,
We are deeply saddened by Brad's passing and send you our heartfelt thoughts and prayers.
Brad was a unique man with a gift of gab and a love of family and friends that was so deep and genuine. He truly loved us all and kept many of us connected with his visits, phone calls and correspondence that without his efforts probably wouldn't have happened. Keith (Moe) and I spent so many hours discussing with Brad his favorite subjects including Bart Starr, USF days, the Three Stooges, Wishbone Ash and the "Big game dinner".
Brad will live on in our hearts and thoughts.
Brad, we will miss you so.
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