We were shipmates on Puffer. RIP Mr. Bradley, you earned it.
I didnt know Mr Bradley, was stationed in San Diego during his period of service. I did have the pleasure of serving on his submarine, USS Puffer, ten years after him. I wanted to pass my condolences to his family. To Sam, thank you for your service, rest yor oar, sailor, you did well.
I am sorry to hear of Sam's passing. Our families were close back in the 50's and 60's in New York and Julian and Holtville, California. We lost contact when we moved around but memories abound of the good times we did share.Our prayers and good thoughts go out to the family.
So many great memories of a wonderful man. Pat and Sam were such a fun couple to be with. Our years in Augusta were enriched through our friendship. I will never forget our "oyster white" painting session. Lots of laughter as we got the job done. Pat, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers as you go through this difficult time.
22 de octubre 2013
Lamento la partida de Sam, a pesar de no haberlo conocido, se del afecto que tenían por el su esposa, hijos y toda la familia, para ellos envío mis condolencias y mi afecto.
Patricia Vásquez, Temuco, Chile
The world is less one good person. I knew and worked with Sam for many years on Vogtle 1&2 and later on Vogtle 3&4. A true gentleman and great person and co-worker. If God has a nuclear plant in heaven Sam has a job. May Sam's family find comfort in knowing that Sam touched the heart of everyone he met.
I was so sorry to hear of Sam's passing. Our paths crossed from time to time at work when he attended meetings in our building. He left a very special coffee mug behind on one such occasion - it featured a candid photo of his grandchildren - and he was relieved when I returned it to him. So obvious to me he was a family man! God bless you all is my prayer.
I first knew Sam as a customer and colleague, and later as a friend. He will be sorely missed in our small nuclear community. The world is worse off without him.
My sincerest condolences to the family.
Lou Grobmyer, Westinghouse
Sorry to hear about the death of Samuel Bradley. Family and friends can look forward to seeing him again and living under the rule of the Prince of Peace forever.
Please accept my condolences. My thoughts and prayers are with your family in your time of grief. May your memories of Samuel bring you comfort. May God bring you peace. (Romans 15:33)
Sam always greeted me with a smile,as we walked the decks at Vogtle 3 & 4 Trailer city.He never seem to have a bad day.I am sure he greeted Jesus with the same smile! Family you are in my thoughts and prayers!
Pat and kids, what a blow. Sam was such an honorable man, and we're all poorer for his early departure. Your family is in our family's prayers,
Mark and Marcie Wilhelmi
May the God of all comfort sustain you during this time of sorrow.
It was an honor to know and work with Sam for the past three years. He will be missed by many,many. My deepest condolances go out to all his family. May God Bless them all.
So many wonderful memories. From seeing the fantastic train that Sam had built for Milledge in the garage, to watching Sam teaching Tricia how to drive and change a tire to the time when Sam took us on a tour of the nuclear plant. Sam was one of a kind, a great man.
We sure will miss him.
So sorry to hear of Sam's passing. Have many fond memories from over the years. Especially our trip to the NY Worlds Fair. Wish I could get there this week, but it is impossible.
What a fine man in every part of his life-family, work, church-and he leaves a great legacy in the lives of all his family that speaks of his character. A life well-lived-what we all strive for. I know you all will miss him so much but are so proud of his life. I am glad we got to know him better and enjoy him in Alaska! Love to all of the family, Sammy and Karen Turner
My deepest condolences to Mr Bradley family, may you gain strength and courage from God now and in the coming days.
Our Toughts and prayers are with you, Pat, Trisha, Milledge and family. Sam has left a legacay at Trinity and touched so many through his tireless hours of work to make the sound perfect. He was a blessing to many beyond the walls of Trinity and to all at Trinity who knew him.
Proud to be one of Sam's sound men at Trinity. He was one of the finest people I've known.
I am so blessed and honored to have know Papa Sam. I have such wonderful memories on choir tour with him and Momma Bradley and I will cherish them always. He was the most kind and gentle man, and he ALWAYS had a smile on his face. He was a true child of God and will be a wonderful asset in heaven as he was on earth. He will be truly missed. Life and Trinity will never be the same. Momma Bradley, Trash, Mildew, and family yall are all in my thoughts and prayers. May God be with you and may His perfect peace comfort you. Much love and HUGS. Kelly Daniel