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

  1. Dolph Watts says:

    Academy classmate and Basic School with Brad, sorry that we did not keep contact. We seldom think that time moves on whether we will it so or not. My condolences to Brad’s family for their loss.

  2. Leroy Sparr says:

    It saddens me deeply to hear of Brad’s death. He was a good man. Although I have not been in touch since we graduated from Annapolis, I have the warmest memories of him as a classmate. My most heartfelt condolences to his wife and family. I will keep both Brad and you in my prayers.

  3. Rob McNeill says:

    Dear Clark Family,

    Please accept my heartfelt sympathy for your loss. I was 5th Company classmate of Brad and remember him fondly. His dedication to family, country and the Marine Corps never wavered. He was a kind a gentle soul and will be missed. May God be with you in these difficult times.

    Rob McNeill

  4. Robert Butt says:

    To Brad’s family,
    I would like to offer my heartfelt sympathy. Brad and I were roommates at USNA for a brief period plebe year. He was so dedicated to the Marine Corps we used to tease him about it, yet he never wavered from his goal. In the end Brad had the last laugh as half of our company went Marine Corps at graduation! I didn’t see Brad again until I retired in 2006. While attending a job fair in Rancho Bernardo a person working one of the tables took my resume and said wait right here my boss will want to see this. From the other side of a curtain I heard Brad roar, “Know him? We were college roommates!” It truly is a small world. Although we both agreed he was looking for someone with more aviation experience Brad took the time out of his busy schedule to show me around the entire General Atomics facility. The work he was doing there was truly impressive and has made a significant contribution to our National Defense! Semper Fi! Marine, and may God bless and keep your family until we meet again.

  5. God is good. All the time. How else can I say it …. I am so sad to know that this wonderful, funny, deeply principled man no longer inhabits the world where I live. Knowing that God is beyond temporality, I am confident that we are all rejoicing and worshipping at His throne. My loving prayers are with all those he loved and all the rest of us he treated with such respect and wit.

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