Condolences for Bradford J. Holtz

Patty Wade Wright posted on 2/10/21

Lynn We are so sorry for your loss. It was so wonderful to see both you and Brad at the reunion. Sending you love and prayers, Patty Wade Wright


Polly and Jon Silverman posted on 2/6/21

Where ever warm waters and waves are near, we'll think of you Brad.


Jim Veeder posted on 2/1/21

Brad, You were a 'general's class' Beast Barracks roommate for me during our two most 'far beyond challenging' hellish months beginning our four years at The United States Military Academy at West Point. Always tough, never flustered, never selfish, but caring and good for the team. We survived and then went to different companies of the Fourth Regiment but never lost the camaraderie we felt and shared in those two months. You held "Duty, Honor and Country" deep in your soul and set an example even for the older guys like myself, and I thank God for our friendship and the influence you had on me. Your physical strength was obvious to everyone but so was your gentleness and caring held in your big heart. Though you sought and promoted harmony around you, you would not shy from confrontation when it was needed. You were a great reliable and encouraging soldier buddy for anyone peered with or subordinated to you. Your Faith in God leaves an indelible mark on all of us who knew you and that mark will sustain us in our Faith throughout our remaining path until we are all together again. In God's Love and Our Friendship


Kate LaMoreaux posted on 1/30/21

We are brokenhearted for you, and so very, very sorry for your loss. It just does not seem possible to us that he is gone!