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Bradley Moody
Born in Hawaii
29 years
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Friend Have missed you Brad January 29, 2009

Well Brad have been waiting for site to return and when it did a few days ago I was so overwhelmed reading the new candles, mems and conds left - I just didn't have anything to add.

Oh my gosh!  We need your Loving heart, smile and just YOU here on earth!

Well we can't have that - God has much greater plans for you - which you sooo deserve. Brad - goooo get all that God has waiting for you and soon we will be with you - make our way easier to get there as you made our way easier here

Love Always

****** 30,255 January 8, 2009
30,255...that is the number of times people have visited this website to this date...to see your pictures, to read Susan's blogs and to light candles. God bless everyone that finds some comfort here..and God bless Susan.
Friend To Brad January 3, 2009

Well Brad - wow it has been so crazy down here! Sooo many people miss you SOOOOOOOO much - anyway Happy New Year!!!! Just want to say how very much you are missed down here and also want to say that I also know how much you were needed up there! It seems so unfair yet with faith and knowing that there is a PLAN it does give some sense of meaning.

Brad please always stay with us (I'm sure you will- just asking though) and keep your great sense of humor, SMILE, craziness and love of humanity in our hearts.

We love you and cant wait to be with you again.

We all love you and can't wait to be together again.................

Friend Brad will help us go on! December 29, 2008

None of us know why Brad was taken from us - except  God. He does have a plan that we don't know. We wish in our human "knowledge" that we knew but honestly we probably couldn't handle  THE PLAN.

Brad thank you sooo much for all you gave to the Moody family, the RPD family and of course most of all to your precious wife and children-your family!!

Your incredible strength, perserverence, honorability and in general - just the great person and example you were for others here on earth I'm sure are all the reasons God needed your help and so called you home so soon.

Only The BEST OF THE BEST can serve where you are serving now.

Look down on us and help all those who are in so much pain over losing you to our world to be at peace knowing that you have such a huge role where you are now because of the person you are- Brad God Bless You and cant wait to see you standing with Jesus when I get there. Watch over us all as always.........

Marcy Johnson OPD Mom December 22, 2008
Dear Susan, I know this week will be difficult for you. Please know that so many people, such as myself, that have never met you, grieve with you still. Everytime my son puts on his uniform, I now say a prayer to Brad to watch over him and ALL his brothers and sisters in blue! Everytime I read a new letter from you to Brad, I cry. Your grief is so palpable, and you are so brave. I KNOW Brad's arms are around you from above. I want to relate a story about the human spirit, and how I KNOW it goes on, and remains w/ us. I'm a long time RN in an ICU for sick and premature newborns. I've seen miracles and sadness many times over the years, but one baby stands out. Some years ago, I took care of a baby girl who was born w/ a problem we knew was not compatable w/ life. She was such an old soul, and she drew everyone to her thru her eyes. Beyond all expectations, she lived for a full month. On the day we knew would be her last, we dressed her and placed her in her mother's arms. We left the room to let her mom have some private time to say goodby. About a week after her passing, her mom came back to the unit to see her caregivers. We were all still having a hard time. She said "I have something to tell you that may sound crazy, but just before Helen took her last breath, I heard her voice say clearly to me, I'm going now Mom, don't cry, I love you. " We knew it wasn't "crazy", as I've seen other examples of the strength of the spirit thru the eyes of the smallest, most fragile infants. So, when Brad comes to you, thru ladybugs, stars, songs, your daughter's comments, KNOW his spirit is, and will remain w/ you, always.  You are soulmates. You are surrounded by so much love, and Brad will be there on Christmas, just on a different plane. I'm sure he will keep letting you know, as he already has. I memorized a quote some time ago, "We met once before, and when the time is right, we will met again" Blessed holidays to you and all of Brad's family, Marcy Johnson jmarcia4@aol.com
a Long forgotten friend If I had wings December 17, 2008

I knew Brad when I was little. We lived across the street at Travis. I heard this song From Darius Rucker and it reminded me of him.

                    IF I had Wings

 

Why do we hate, why do we suffer
Why do we make our mistakes and constantly blame one another
Why is there war and why is there killing
Have we forgotten some secret we knew back when we were just children

If I had wings, I'd fly up to heaven
I'd look down from the clouds on everything
Then I could find all the things we've been missing
I would have all the answers, if I had wings

Like why am I aching and where did I come from
And where will I go when my time here on this earth is done
And what will I leave that will go one forever, oh no
And what can I do while I'm here to make someones life better

If I had wings, I'd fly up to heaven
I'd look down from the clouds on everything
Then I could find all the things we've been missing
I would have all the answers, if I had wings

Ohoho now, If I had wings, I'd would fly up to heaven
I would have all the answers, if I had wings

 

Iana - Daly City with all my heart December 14, 2008

Susan,

We have never met and I didn't have the honor to know your husband. I learned what happened in the news. I remember how impressed I was with the dimensions of the funeral back then, as it was reported, and I thought that officer Moody must have been an exceptional man loved by so many people. I saw another small message board once, but now that  I see this memorial site, although I never knew officer Moody, after reading everything said here I can clearly feel that he truly is an angel. I also can feel that you are an exceptional woman. I am very touched by your postings which make me perceive you as a very strong, compassionate, selfless and loving person. I feel a little shy writting to you because I am a stranger to you, but having tears in my eyes after reading here I have the urge  to say something to you only hoping that you might find a word of comfort in my posting.

Losing a loved one is a very hard challenge, especially when that is the love of your life. May be the most torturing part is asking the question "why?" or the thought of all the things that one would have said or would have done if they knew their loved one would go so soon.  Years ago I was in love with an absolutely excellent  20 y/o man who got killed by a  bullet and died in my arms so quickly we didn't even have time to say last words. The bullet went through a door and ended in his heart. I kept asking why of all the places this bullet could have went why did it have to end in this excellent human being's heart. There are are no logical answers to that questions, because it simply isn't fair and doesn't make any sense!!! But there are many spiritual answers. It can be a real torture asking that question over and  over. Sometimes living with the spiritual answers can be much easier said than done... but it is worth while  because the spiritual is the eternal, spiritual is the very love , the very pain, the very reason why we ask "why?" to begin with.

Then there is the part where one becomes tortured by the thought about all the things that they would have said or would have done if they just knew...but when we love someone even if we have years in advance knowing when a loved one will pass away there perhaps will always be something left not said or not done. It's may be just a thing about loving someone- it's never enough! No matter, we would always feel we could have said or done something more and I think that in itself  is so beautiful. But I believe if someone knew we loved them, love is that all mighty power that outnumbers all  words and deeds. If the loved one felt in their heart we love them - that's all that matters, at least that's how I believe it.

 

Susan, you have met your love. Phisically he  may not be visible to you now but he is everywhere with you. All the pain now may seem like an eternity...but isn't life so short when put next to eternity? I don't know, I can't be sure, but it seems to me that life - a few decades - is just a blink in the eternity. I believe that the meaning of life is to find the soul mate, the love - sometimes it may last years, sometimes it may last just one day. But when we find it we know it and through love we stay connected with that soul mate forever.

You and your husband will be always together connected by your powerful love for eternity. The phisical life now and here...we never know when it ends. Our hearts are clocks ticking till the time runs out. Embrace the love the pain the joy. It's all one

 

Continue to be strong! 

 

I don't know if I made sense but I wrote it with all my heart

 

here is a song about the power of Love that I want to share with you Susan

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uO_vFuzPJvc

 

Iana

 

A friend Our Law Enfrocement Family December 11, 2008

Susan,

 

Your husband is with you, I know it.  I am old enough and seen enough to know there is much more than this place.  Know matter your faith, he is with you and your daughters.  I know with every fiber of my being that he is with you and will always be.  You are part of a big family, Brother and Sister officers will and would do anything for you.   

 

Stay strong.  Sometimes just getting through the day is success enough. 

Mandy Bradford To Susan December 8, 2008

Susan,

     I heard this song today on my way home from work, and all the way home I cried thinking of you and your girls.  I am not sure if you have ever heard the song by Luther Vandross 'Dance with my father again' but I thought of you, Madison and Emma.  I pray that your healing is getting easier as the days past.  Please know that you are always in my thoughts and prayers.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nvW6nuQ2B0s

 

With love,

 

Mandy

Friend In our thoughts December 2, 2008

Susan,

     Your children will help you survive, live, love and laugh.  Brad is with you even though you can't touch him, he is there.  You are a strong woman, and we all know Bradley is proud of you.  Please know that you have hundreds of people here to support you, help you, listen to you, and just be there for you. 

 

With love, thoughts, prayers,

 

A friend of Brad's

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