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Bradley L. Fuller

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I knew brad since 4th grade. i rode the bus with him. i got in trouble with him. i played tennis in the summer with him. When he went to Alaska we wrote eachother. I am sickened that we didn't stay in contact with eachother. I will truly miss and cherish every memeory i had with him. To a grat chilhood friend!!!
From: michele kapinski    08/16/2010 01:05 PM

To all of Brad's family and loved ones, We are very sorry for your loss. We haven't been around Brad for many years. We will always remember him as the boy next door. He was always fun and a great guy and I'm sure he stayed that way. We remember Brad, Ed and Mike Skipper playing ball together. Our prayers are with you and if there is anything we can do, please let us know. Hold on to the memories. Dennis and Judy Skipper
From: Dennis and Judy Skipper    08/03/2010 12:02 AM

To: Brad's Family, We were so sorry to see the pending for Brad in Saturday's paper. You have our deepest sympathy and prayers that God will comfort you all. Brad was a wonderful person and well liked by all who knew him. He will be missed. We live in the middle building of the Pheasant Hills Condo's. God Bless and Sustain you all, Bob and LuAnn Brabant Proverbs 3:5-6
From: LuAnn Brabant    08/02/2010 06:16 PM

To the entire Fuller family, I am truly sorry for your loss. I was deeply saddened to hear of Brads passing. I have known Brad since moving to the North Scott community in 1984. He and I shared a passion for baseball. We played softball together in Eldridge for years. Brad was a great friend and a wonderful person. I will miss him. God bless.
From: Steve Grolmus    08/02/2010 10:20 AM

I met Brad a couple of years ago, when I started working for the Clinton Lumberkings. Brad attended many games in Clinton when the River Bandits were on the road. I enjoyed talking to him about baseball over the past few years and even running into him at an Iowa Cubs game this past June. Brad was a great guy and we will all miss him. My thoughts are prayers are with his family.
From: Erin Turner    08/01/2010 11:42 PM

To Brad's family. I will never forget Brad and his kind and gentle manner. He was always willing to help neighbors here in our condo complex. He also had an ongoing interest in the enviroment and was a "recycling king". Brad was a wonderful person. I admired him and feel fortunate to have known him. I know your family and all of his friends are grateful for the many happy years you shared with Brad. He will be missed by many. My sincere thoughts and prayers I send to you.
From: Marilyn Whitaker    07/31/2010 09:06 PM

Brad came to many Clinton Lumberkings games and that is how I got to know him. He was always after those fouls balls. So before I knew his name and even sometimes after I knew his name I would call him Foul Ball Guy. It was nice to see him come to so many baseball games. I'm saddened to know that he is no longer with us.
From: Tyler Hildreth    07/31/2010 01:19 AM

Brad came to many Clinton Lumberkings games and that is how I got to know him. He was always after those fouls balls. So before I knew his name and even sometimes after I knew his name I would call him Foul Ball Guy. It was nice to see him come to so many baseball games. I'm saddened to know that he is no longer with us.
From: Tyler Hildreth    07/31/2010 01:02 AM

Bradley - You will be deeply missed and fondly remembered by me and everyone at TPI. My condolences to the family.
From: Cliff Carlson    07/30/2010 05:14 PM

I have known Brad since 1997,It was my pleasure to have worked with and known him. I have not known a better person or humanbeing. He will be missed by all that knew him. My heart goes out to the family.
From: Bob Walters    07/30/2010 02:18 PM

I too have known Brad for three years, seeing him at the River Bandits games, where I work. Constantly talking to people. Smiling and giving balls he had found to the kids. Even asking if I had found any before he had arrived. He'd walk up and down the bike path, just beyond the outfield, and if he found one on the other side of the fence, he'd come get me and have me throw it over the fence to him (since the gates weren't open yet). Such a truly sweet and caring man. Please know that you all will be in my thoughts and prayers during this time. Rest assured he's in heaven, still smiling down on us all :) God Bless You.
From: Adam    07/29/2010 12:48 AM

I met Brad at the River Bandits games where I worked as an usher the past 3 years. He always gave me baseballs that he had collected so that I could give them to kids who were attending the games. He was a very caring person & had many friends at the ball park, including me. I was shocked & saddened when I heard the news tonight that Brad had passed away. Shirley, who is another regular Bandits fan, & I had noticed that Brad wasn't at last Monday's game & wondered where he was. Please accept my deepest sympathy.
From: Dave Fuller    07/28/2010 11:51 PM

IM STILL LOOKING UP @ YOUR OFFICE, WAITING TO SEE YOU SINGIN AND DANCING. YOU HAD A HUGE HEART AND A WARM SMILE THAT WILL FOREVER BE MISSED. I HOPE YOU'RE AT EASE BRADLEY. MS. FULLER, I KNOW ITS HARD BUT REST IN KNOWING YOU RAISED A WONDERFUL, CARING MAN WHO WILL BE IN OUR HEARTS FORVER.
From: Jesse    07/28/2010 05:11 PM

You are all in my thoughts and prayers. No part of this is easy, but please try to be comforted by the memories of his great laugh and smile. Missing you... With Deepest Sympathy, Heather
From: Heather Snowgren    07/28/2010 08:59 AM

I was so saddened to hear of Brad's passing. We worked together at TPI for seven years, and he was always someone that would lighten my day. I just hope he is truly happy in eternity.
From: Shoshana Walters    07/27/2010 04:22 PM

To the family of Brad: I was saddened to see the pending in the paper Saturday..... I was a classmate Brad's and cannot believe that we have lost a another member of the class of 82.... My heartfelt condolences to all of you Diane(Ewers)Davis
From: Diane Davis    07/26/2010 11:30 PM


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