The measure of a man is not "How did he die" but - "How did he live" Not "What did he gain" but - "What did he give". This was affirmed by the wonderful son, husband, father, brother, uncle and friend Chad was to you all. My heart breaks for your family. Chad was a great person and will live on in your memories forever!
My heart goes out to Chad's family. Praying for you all. Thank you Chad for being my friend. RIP
Chad, this week has been one of many thoughts of good times we had together in the 331st, particularly the times out on your boat. I am thankful for your service to our country, but most of all thankful for your friendship, guidance and loyalty. Always welcomed and appreciated were your good humor, laughter, seriousness and leadership, especially during the many meetings we shared together. I appreciated your generosity; friendship and patience while helping me adjust to my new position with the Warriors. You always put family first, and this included those you supervised. Kathy and I enjoyed our time with you, Nikki, and your family and felt blessed to be welcomed into your home and hearts… you truly will be missed.
May God be with you and your family in this difficult time. Chad was a great friend and will be missed.
Kitty and Mike and of course Nikki
My heart goes out to each of you. I can't imagine having to go through such a gut wrenching experience. God must be in this tragedy somewhere and I hope He provides comfort and support during this awful time. Much love to you and your family. Chad was a fine man and his service speaks for itself. I know you are proud of him and all his accomplishments. Our prayers go out to you and your family.