Our heartfelt sympathy and prayers go out from our family to yours. Learning about Brad's life has been an inspiration, a truly remarkable and joy filled young man.Our deepest regards-The Steiner Family
So sad and shocked to hear about Brad. The tragedy is beyond words. I just met Brad this winter when I worked with him shooting some STEM Journals segments. He was so talented and such a nice guy, I was really hoping to work with him again, it was so much fun. Please accept my most heartfelt condolences to all.
Brad, though I did not know you as a close friend. I remember many laughable moments from our trips to summer camp with Chaparral youth group, to UCYC. You were very welcoming and friendly to all you met and made sure those around you felt included. I cant help but laugh, as I remember you and "The Boys" dressing up and playing volleyball. Never a dull moment! may you be dancing and laughing continuously with the Almighty in Heaven:)
Bradley, it was such an honor to stand for you today with the Patriot Guard Riders (and Friday). It really got to me when I heard all the Marines singing the Marine's Hymn just after having prayed that my dad, a WWII Marine, greet you in Heaven and ask God to send your loved ones peace in knowing that you were in good company. The singing began not 30 seconds after my prayer. This was the song taught to me by my dad. Then I recalled singing it at his funeral in 2006. Then I took my flag and carefully rolled it up, knowing that you were fine. I know my mom and dad will ask God hold your loved ones close. Semper Fi!
Dear Michael, Terri, and Matt,
I am so sorry to hear the devistating news. I never had the opportunity to know Brad but knew that Matt had an older brother. I was lucky enough to meet you as I had Matt as a freshman in math at Shadow and cannot imagine what the family is going through right now. Please know that you are all in my prayers.