Condolence From: Charles Feenstra
Condolence: Beth and all of Brad's family, please accept my sincere condolences on Brad's passing.
Condolence From: Dhira (Dianne) Crunkilton, alachua, FL
Condolence: Sad to hear of Brad's passing. My sincere condolences to his sister Beth, and his son, and his other loving family members and friends. Brad was a great classmate from Marysville. I will remember his kindness, his sharp wit, and his many baskets made on the basketball team.
Condolence From: Eli Hunter, Sunbury, Ohio
Condolence: Mr. Brobeck was my 7th grade teacher at Big Walnut Middle School back in 1975, and my favorite. I looked up to him (and not just because he was so tall! :)). I remember his deep voice, his beard, his glasses, and what a great teacher he was. He really made a lasting impact on my life, and continued my love for school. I was very sorry to learn of his passing last night. He was loved and will be missed. Thank you Mr. Brobeck, for what you gave to others in your life. It mattered.
Condolence From: Jim Goche, Olympia, Washington
Condolence: I am sorry to hear of Brad's passing. He was a friend in high school, a good athlete, and a talented fellow with a booming baritone voice that earned the romantic leads in school plays. He had a great sense of humor and a dry wit that I suspect he used effectively later in life as oth ba parent and a teacher.
Best regards to the family.
Condolence From: Mary Ann (Striffler) Edwards, Columbus, OH
Condolence: To Brad’s family and friends:
Please accept my sincere sympathy at the loss of Brad. He was a classmate of mine at Marysville High School and a wonderful conversationalist at our Class of ’69 gatherings over the past 10-15 years. We certainly will miss him at our reunions. May the memories of good times together comfort his son, his sister and each of his friends at this difficult time.