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August 20, 2018

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June 17, 2018
I was sorry to learn of Brad's death in the recent issue of "Panorama" (publication of Pittsburgh Theological Seminary). I haven't seen Brad since before his graduation from seminary. We were both scheduled to graduate in 1989, but I decided to take a year off and serve as a student pastor in Virginia City, Nevada. I stayed with Brad at Hill Air Force base that summer, as he was there as a student chaplain and I needed a place to crash on my way out West. We had dinner with a chaplain who gave him and a Catholic seminarian the day off (since I had a car) so we could go investigate the Mormon Temple in Salt Lake City. We had a enjoyable day. May God bless and keep his family.
November 26, 2017
We remember Brad from Woodland Park Presbyterian Church in seattle where he was an intern. We always enjoyed his company and liked him very much. He will be missed by all here who knew him.
November 24, 2017
Our deepest sympathy to your family. Brad was always so soft spoken and kind. He was very special to our family as he baptized our daughter, visited with my mother when she was so very sick and was there for our family for my mother-in-law's funeral. He was both our minister and friend. God Bless
November 16, 2017
To the family of Chaplain Davis, I served with your loved one and it was a tremendous honor. I am honored to have called him a friend. May the Lord grant you peace.
Respectfully
TSgt Bradley Kleinert (ret)
911th AW