Dearest Bradley, I love you for loving my sister Sonia and for bringing our precious niece Kacy into this world. When I look at her I will always see you. I will always remember you and never forget the good times and the many laughs we shared. The last couple of weeks so many of those times flood my mind but a couple stand out the most... I will never forget driving down 301 to work (running late) and seeing a deputy car behind me... I set my coffee mug down getting ready to pull off the road because I just knew it was my time for a ticket. I see the lights flash and of course pull off the road and as I put my car in park I see the deputy car go by and you waiving at me with that Brad Sanderson smile on your face. I was torn between relief it was you or I'm going to tell Sonia on you! I will never forget you for taking the time while on your way to work so many times to pick me up when my car was not running or I had loaned it out to my son to come and pick me up to take me to work. You would get out of your car, come and open the door for me every time. Of course you were in your full deputy uniform and as proud as I was I was hoping the neighbors didn't see and wonder what kind of trouble I was in... You were a gentleman Bradley and one of a kind that your family and world will miss. You will never be forgotten.