In Memory

Brad Morrison

Brad Morrison

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05/22/15 12:44 PM #1    

Sherry Brown (Priest)


No matter what was going on during my high school years I could always count on Brad to make me laugh! I have fond memories. RIP       




05/22/15 12:53 PM #2    

Anne Myers (Dwyer)

The first boy I ever kissed.  Playing spin the bottle at a party.


05/22/15 01:33 PM #3    

Don Marshall

What I remember about Brad was how amazingly he handled himself as a young boy in La Canada Junior Baseball, when we played games on the all dirt fields at the LC Elementary campus.  Brad could catch the ball in his glove hand, stuff the glove and ball under the armpit of his disabled arm, then snatch the ball out from the glove and make good, hard throws from the outfield to the infield, all in the same time it took boys with two healthy hands and arms.  He could also hit.  He was my first baseball hero.

05/22/15 05:01 PM #4    

Sue Carranza (Hasseler)

Brad was such a kind and gentle soul. He smiled with his eyes and was an amazing listener. He had a great deal of maturity for his age. I will miss his gentle nature and humility. He was a great example of both. God be with you Brad. With heartfelt sadness. Sue Carranza 

05/22/15 08:41 PM #5    

Alan Way

Holy Cow!! Brad and I were not really good friends in school, but we became reasonably good friends later in life. We both found ourselves working for the Ward Brothers in Pasadena and one day he was sent to my house in Altadena to pick up a junked 68 Chevelle. When he got out of the truck, I looked at him and was surprised to see it was he. We talked for quite a while over the next several weeks, reminiscing and discussing our plans. Then he disappeared again and I never saw him again. And now he's gone. Fare well Bradley, may the wind always be at your back... aw

05/23/15 11:49 AM #6    

Harry Nickelson

Brad was funny with a quirky little dry sense of humor... and we could always have a good laugh. When I ran in to him from time to time after LCHS- he was the same...and he always had a warm real feel about him. Sad to hear...

...Life is but a dream...

05/23/15 07:19 PM #7    

Ann Verbeck (Borer)

we were born children of light's wonderful secrets-you return to the beauty you have always been.

to brads family, may peace find you, always! 



05/26/15 12:34 PM #8    

Kim Schlenker (Buckingham)

As always news like this catches me by surprise.

Brad was a nice guy , and I will remember him fondly ??


05/27/15 04:22 PM #9    

Elyse Andresen (Carr)

Brad was such a fun guy! We went thru the LCF school system together. From Oak Grove to LCHS. We were always getting into something when we were little. He like to ride my horse, as long as   (as he would put it) he didn't have to He had the ability to light up a room and could always make me laugh! I will miss him broken heart

Brad... you have earned your wings! God has another angel, time to fly...heart

06/18/15 04:17 PM #10    

Judy Smid (Darling)

Brad was the guy who made class a little bit more fun.  I remember him and Tom Rodgers playing tricks on our history teacher, Ms. Costello.  That class definitely needed some humor!!  Brad had a good personality and a sense of humor!!  He is remembered by many!

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