Bradley Clark

Bradley Clark

January 30, 1953 - April 08, 2010

Bradley Clark

January 30, 1953 - April 08, 2010


Bradley S. Clark was born January 30, 1953 in Bethesda, Maryland and went home to be with Jesus on April 8, 2010. He was graduated from the United States Naval Academy in 1976 and served his country honorably as a Marine. Later he went to work in the private sector where he continued working in the defense of his country as the Vice President of Programs for General Atomics Aeronautical Systems. Brad is survived by his high school sweetheart and wife of 34 years, Cheri, his two daughters, Rebecca Guerrero and Natalie Winter, his sons-in-law Ted Guerrero Jr. and Aldee Winter, and his 2 granddaughters, Riley & Declynn Guerrero. Brad loved Christ, his family, and softball.

A memorial service in Brad s honor will be held on Saturday, April 17th from 11AM-1PM at Compass Bible Church 140 Columbia, Aliso Viejo with a reception immediately following. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested that donations be made to the SVCS – Ellzey Scholarship for Christian Character 26333 Oso Rd, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675-1630.

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17 responses to Bradley Clark

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  1. Sending condolences and prayers of peace to his entire family. Although I did not know Brad, his goodness and character are evident in his family. It is a privilege to work with Rebecca as she is a genuine person with a caring nature and heart. My thoughts are with the family in this time of healing.

  2. I was a classmate of Brad’s at USNA. Though I didn’t graduate with my class and left the Academy to be an actor of all things! I’ll never forget the 2 years we were together with a grand group of guys. Brad had his mamaluke as a plebe in our first year and I remember him openly polishing it in his room almost nightly! He was a Marine from the word go, inspired by our first year company officer, also a Marine. This officer, Capt. Chuck Krulak, was an incredible inspiration to us all and taught us about real leadership qualities. He was all we thought him to be since he eventually became a General and the 31st Commandant of the Corps. I know Brad was influenced by Krulak as we all were and I’m sure it made him a fine officer, as fine a gentleman and as dear a family man as you all know him to be. God speed to Brad, and my best to his family and friends.

  3. John Mann says:

    I’m so sorry to see this. I had just reconnected with Brad last year after nearly 30 years. Brad was such a good man. I remember him being so committed to you. He must have sent you at least one letter a day while at the Academy…with the stamps always at an angle. I pray for God’s presence with you and your family in this trying time.

    John his Academy roommate for four years and Kitti Mann

  4. Del Walker says:

    Allow me to extend my most heartfelt condolences to Cheri Clark and her family. To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. Brad finished his mission, being a good husband, raising a solid family and being of service to his country. A good son of Mother B. Semper Fi Marine

  5. To Brad´s Family
    My condolences and grief. I graduated with Brad, I was impressed by his dedication and zeal to follow his dream to become a Marine. It is good to know that he served his country well as an officer, his early departure has filled me with sadness.

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