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2:16pm 03-29-2017
Nice to see smiles among families.hope you long life happy life
2:37am 10-07-2016
I am saddened to hear of Bradley's death, but joyful that he found such happiness in his last years.
12:05am 12-31-2015
Hi I have found all this by researching Creeper; my son is engaged to Emily Blumberg, her dad played also with creeper and I am creating a keepsake for her mom, thus the research I have a great photo, wonder if you can identify any of the guys..the sax player is Peter Blumberg
12:05am 12-31-2015
Hi I have found all this by researching Creeper; my son is engaged to Emily Blumberg, her dad played also with creeper and I am creating a keepsake for her mom, thus the research I have a great photo, wonder if you can identify any of the guys..the sax player is Peter Blumberg
6:39pm 09-11-2015
Hello Brad

Just wanted to say hello and that you have a lovely family. I always thought of leaving the states but never did. We need to touch bases on where our genealogy intertwined as to who is who and all. Your site is great and the place sounds as if it is a paradise made for you.

You have a great day and God Bless you all.
Craig Powell
1:08pm 08-22-2015
Cathey
Thank you for a treasured walk down memory lane. I enjoyed remembering much of what you wrote, especially the kindnesses of Grandma, Grandpa, and you. Your life is so admirable. Thank you for your huge sacrifices and service to family and country. Your wife and children are beautiful. You look so happy and content. I wish you the very best. May God bless and keep you and yours. Love.
9:08pm 04-16-2015
Nice blog and glad to know more about your country.

Sasikumar. Am an Indian, working in Jordan.
8:10am 09-03-2014
Brad,
Nice website. Hope to catch you this winter. I am looking at places to retire in 5 years. any suggestions appriciated.
1:48am 02-24-2014
Been a big fan of the Philippine culture since I was stationed at Sangley Point in the 60's. Was married to the mother of my beautiful daughters from Cavite. Now divorced from her years ago.(still friends) After a checkered mid-life, now married to a lovely filipina and living in Pensacola Florida. Considering possibly relocating to the Philippines. Never will forget walking out the gate at Sangley into Cavite City for the first time.. Hundreds of beautiful little brown girls and they ALL wanted ME !! Fell in love with the P.I. and never got over it !! Flying over the country-side as part of my duty with Patrol Squadron 40 at Sangley, I thought it was the most beautiful place in the world !! Thanks for a great site !
1:12pm 10-29-2013
I enjoyed reading about your story in your life. I married my wife from Gingoog city gear Cagayan de Oro about six years ago. She came with a eight month old baby daughter who is now seven years old and the joy of our life. We are living in Arkansas and I have three years of teaching at my university until I am able to retire with medical benefits. We have since moved her family to Camiguin Island and they are now operating a bakery there. We have given serious thought to moving to that location as soon as retirement is possible. I have been the same resorts that you have and enjoyed several stays in Cagayan de Oro.. I under understand a lot of things have changed in the three years since I have been there. Do you find that it is still a relatively safe place to live? I personally had no problems and for the most part enjoyed the Filipino culture. Good luck to you and yours. It sounds like you are enjoying a well-deserved life with your lovely family. Hope to check out of this rat race soon and go somewhere where getting mail is unheard of and the air is clean and the breeze is warm and the sunsets are glorious. I may never turn on tv again.
Potter from Arkansas.
5:33am 06-19-2013
Really enjoyed your website. My wife is from Leyte, Leyte.
9:18am 03-20-2013
Hi Brad, Long time no see and nice to see you here. As I look at your pictures I know you are happy. I'm proud that you choose Cag. de Oro over US. I've been in the US many times already and see different part of the US but still I prefer here in the Phils. I am now the president of the rotary club that once you are a member. Give my regards to Chielo and you have good looking children. See you someday.
11:33pm 02-07-2013
hi brad i thank you sincerely for your effort to give a ballanced discription of the philippinnes as i am a south african living in brazil with a wonderfull phillippino lady that has changed my life as well she has been with me in brazil for 3 years now and has been nothing but a wonderfull warm person that i trust and love . we have a lovely home here in the northern part of brazil in a town called porto das dunes in the city of aquiraz . i am thinking of selling every thing here as well and am wanting to settle in the philippinnes as a retiree so reading your very open and honest discription of your experiences has given me hope
i have been to the philipinnes and yes it was a different experience but with a little time i was comfortable and carefull
again i thank you sincerely for your valued information
my best regards doug hunt
6:34am 02-04-2013
Just stopped by to say HI. Glad evedrthing is good with you. Everything here is about the same.
11:03am 02-01-2013
Brad, I am sorry that you have had so much trouble surrounding your Vietnam service and am glad that you are better now. My husband was not in Vietnam, but stationed in Turkey. Even though he was not in combat, he had some of your same feelings about the treatment he received when he came home. I know this is belated, but thank you for your service.
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