In Memory

Bradd W. Brooks

Bradd W. Brooks

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12/28/08 05:32 AM #1    

Tim Jablonski

Bradd was a great guy. Incredibly smart, witty and athletic as well as a bit of rebel. He was my neighbor and good friend from 3rd grade on. Most of the WJ class never really got to know him. He was never comfortable in high school and made some choices I think he regretted. They got in his way of achieving his potential and i think that led to his tragic end. I think of him often and especially on August 4, his birthday, a day I was always welcome at his family's house for a fun birthday dinner. Tim Jablonski

01/05/09 06:35 AM #2    

Chris Colao (Ellison)

Bradd and I were a couple from 9th to 11th grade. He had such a tender heart. He always seemed to be in another world in some ways. Being a musician, this didn't surprise me. He had a heart of gold, and I agree with Tim about the choices he made. I believe that it was his sensitive, kind-hearted nature which steered him in a direction in his life that had him taking on way too many adult responsibilities even while still a teenager. If you're out there, Bradd, always remember how much you were loved.

04/02/09 06:35 PM #3    

Buck/Diane Bort (Best)

Bradd and I were good friends at De Chantal. Remember we used to say "Bradd Brooks don't read no bad books?" or something to that effect. He sure was a cute guy.

03/08/10 07:12 PM #4    

Denny Reidy

Like Diane I first met Bradd at DeChantal. Great guy, good athlete and fun to be around. I agree with Chris,he always gave the appearance of being more mature at a young age. I looked up to him because of that.

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