Missing Gulfman, five years later

Brad Willis

Brad Willis is a writer based in Greenville, South Carolina. Willis spent a decade as an award-winning broadcast journalist. He has worked as a freelance writer, columnist, and professional blogger since 2005. He has also served as a commentator and guest on a wide variety of television, radio, and internet shows.

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5 Responses

  1. You never cease to amaze me. Once again, sorry about your loss. Seems like yesterday you wrote the original story of your good friend’s passing.

  2. Skip says:

    As a kidney transplant recipient, I couldn’t love you guys more for this than I do right now. Even if you lost me at Michelle getting out of the shower… Donation to come, for sure. Thank you, BW.

  3. Marie Gold says:

    Brad, a BIG thanks to you, Michelle, friends, and colleagues, for your continuing rememberance of my sweet nephew, and Godson, Chris. “Hope Rocks” was great fun and we were all touched by every detail that went into the event. How blessed Chris was to have such loving people in his life.

    Chris was a special human being. He was known in the family as the “Golden Boy.” He was forever kidded about that. Chris’ love for his Grandparent’s was beyond special. We know for sure they’re all together and smiling down on all of us. Chris would be so honored and humbled that
    “Donate Life” is associated with his name and memory.

    Thanks to all of you for continuing to share your memories of Chris with his family…that means so much to us.

    We pray that “Donate Life” continues their good work.

    May God Bless each and every one of you.

    Warm regards,
    Chris’ Aunt Marie

  4. John Berkey says:

    I went to Baldwin Senior High School with Chris we were friends back then, we shared a common bond in early 80’s heavy metal like AC/DC, Ozzy, and of coarse Chris’ favorite Iron Maiden. Like most early friendships when school ends, people goto college and move on. I would always think of Chris when I would listen to Number of the Beast by Iron Maiden, it’s not really hard to remember his favorite band because he had this nice denim jacket with the album cover painted on it. I think Chris was the only scholastic metal head in that school, always going class to class with a huge stack of books under his arm, although I do not recall him taking photography classes I guess it was a hidden passion. I was very saddened to hear of his passing but was glad to learn through doing a little reading on him he still loved music ( iron maiden) I hope. All I know and I think all will agree I am a better person for knowing him and the world is a lesser place without him. God Bless old friend till we meet again.

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