- November 13, 1963 - January 20, 2013
- Metairiel, Louisiana
of Bradford's Passing
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I am sorry for your loss. I knew Brad as a student at Christ School I was a year behind him, and as such, I mainly knew Brad on the sports field. I knew him from the sideline, perilously close to the out of bounds marker, opposing teams players being strewn in the air, as he dashed for another kickoff return. If fear met Brad in an alley, it would turn around and run the other way.
Fearless, for sure, but
Posted by: Jim McCullough - VA - Fellow Greenie Feb 23, 2013
We were so sorry to hear about Brad. He was always a cheerful and helpful person and we have happy memories of him in his days at C.S. May God comfort you, his family. and hold you close in the days ahead. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
Posted by: Guenter and Donna Wadewitz - Hendersonville, NC - Christ School-teacher Jan 31, 2013
My deepest sympathies to the Girault family. I have very fond memories of Brad from Christ School. He was great guy and an awesome athlete.
He will be missed.
Posted by: Stephen J. Crowley - Phoenix, AZ - Fellow Christ School Boy Jan 29, 2013
To Brad's family, friends, and former Christ School classmates, we are sorry for your loss.
Posted by: Mr. & Mrs. C. Ray Campbell - Hudson, OH - former Christ School faculty Jan 27, 2013
We nicknamed him Bad ! As he was a Bad a** !
I learned a tremendous amount of knowledge from Mr G !
He moved to Atlanta and was on the fast track into management and I had the priveldge of working for him in the business equipment solutions at a large Sharp distributor !
He was full of life ,generous,and could light up the room with his charismatic personality !
He was truly a student and teacher in mastering the art of
Posted by: Andrew Kono - Atlanta, GA - Employee Jan 27, 2013
Renee and family:
I met Brad in high school. We shared many of the same interests: tennis, basketball, golf and pursuing the wild ways of youth. I always appreciated and admired Brad because he was, well, he was a Superman! (He could run the pool table by the time you took a swig from your drink.....he could bolt by you on the basketball court whisking a pass around his back before your sneakers peeled from the floorhe fearlessly and with indomitable
Posted by: william joines - NC Jan 27, 2013
my deepest sympathy to the Girault Family.
Brad will be missed by everyone that was lucky enough to know him.
Posted by: alice hardgrove - Metaiir, LA - friend Jan 27, 2013
John, Murrell, and Johnny,
Very sad about your loss. I only knew Brad as a child, but he was full of fun then, and I know he will be missed. Our thougts and prayers are with you.--Creed
Posted by: Creed W. Brierre - New Orleans, LA - Friend of the family. Jan 25, 2013
I'm so sorry for your loss.
Posted by: Lise Hartwell Cameron - Houston, TX - StM Jan 25, 2013
To the Girault Family,
So Sorry for your loss. Brad was a kind and caring person and will be missed by everyone whose life he touched.
Posted by: Early Stelljes - new orleans, LA - friend Jan 25, 2013