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Bradley Moody
Born in Hawaii
29 years
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The Tremains Just a dream October 15, 2008

Dear Susan

I remember telling your brother-in-law just the other day how you must be feeling like the song "This is just a dream". Then today at the funeral service the song was sung and I just couldn't believe it - then I saw you speak and then watched you and your beautiful daughters putting flowers on Brad's coffin and then kissing him good-bye. 

Susan I have never met you but today I watched you and realized how much you loved Brad and I realized that the pain I felt just because I love my great friend Jamie cannot compare at all to the pain you are feeling.

I truly know that Brad is with our heavenly father-though here on earth that seems trivial and right now no comfort - but we will all be with him soon. and he is preparing the way for us.

I wish I had known you, Brad, and your girls before Brad's passing but hopefully we will meet through Jamie's family some time soon.

May God Bless You and your daughters-Our prayers are with you

Bradley Alan Moody please make our path smooth on our way up there, the way you did for us here on earth - we will join you soon and until we meet take care of yourself, your family there, those that will join you before us and we will see you soon-cant wait to know you.

One last thing I have to say is how James (Jamie) has always told me (and everyone else at work) about how you, your Dad and he are the greatest Seahawk fans on earth- even my Dad in Australia knows that and will call when they are playing to tease James when they are'nt doing so good -   Hey  Brad GOOOO Seahawks.

Hopefully there is Football in Heaven and a Seahawk team so when we all get there you, your Dad and James (Jamie), with your goofy masks, can go to a game so we can all see you 3 together again!!!!!  on the jumbo-tron.!!!!!!!!!


God Bless

The Tremains

Kev Quinton British Correctional Officer October 15, 2008

With my deepest sympathy to the Moody family.

My thoughts and prayers go with you and to Brad.

My he be at peace.

SF Metro Chapter National Latino Peace Officers Association October 15, 2008

Such a loss to everyone, including Law Enforcement. May God Bless Officer Moody and his family and give them strength in this very difficult time.

David Vasnaik Citizen October 14, 2008

Sir Moody!

I heard the sirens outside my home, but could not separate the sound of the crash from those sirens. Had I only known......I would have rushed to your side to help. As a brand new citizen of Richmond there are no words to describe your loss. I'm reminded by the memorial everyday I leave my home and return. God's Speed grasshopper! Peace be with you.


My heartfelt sympathies. I won't ever know your loss, but I just wanted to let you know that beyond the support of the RPD, there are hundreds out here that would lend a hand at the drop of a hat. Today's ceremony at the Pavilion was truly fitting for Brad's stature.

God bless Brad, you and the girls.

from afar to an athelete, dying young October 14, 2008
To an Athlete Dying Young
by A. E. Housman (1859-1936)

The time you won your town the race
We chaired you through the market-place;
Man and boy stood cheering by,
And home we brought you shoulder-high.

To-day, the road all runners come,
Shoulder-high we bring you home,
And set you at your threshold down,
Townsman of a stiller town.

Smart lad, to slip betimes away
From fields were glory does not stay
And early though the laurel grows
It withers quicker than the rose.

Eyes the shady night has shut
Cannot see the record cut,
And silence sounds no worse than cheers
After earth has stopped the ears:

Now you will not swell the rout
Of lads that wore their honours out,
Runners whom renown outran
And the name died before the man.

So set, before its echoes fade,
The fleet foot on the sill of shade,
And hold to the low lintel up
The still-defended challenge-cup.

And round that early-laurelled head
Will flock to gaze the strengthless dead,
And find unwithered on its curls
The garland briefer than a girl's.

Heidi Hansen LEO family October 14, 2008
Susan, as another woman who loves an officer, my heart breaks with yours. I am so sorry for your loss -- you have handled yourself with such grace and dignity; I am so sure that we are not the only ones who are very proud of you. Much love to you, your girls and your family. You are held very tenderly in our hearts. ~HH
Bob Flores Retired RPD October 14, 2008

James and Elizabeth Moody and family.  You became a part of the Richmond Police Department Family when Brad was hired.  As you have seen, the current cadre of officers & employee's of RPD share with you in the loss of their partner, friend, confidant that Brad was to them.  Those of us who were fortunate to have retired from RPD also share the loss and grief of our fallen brother.  I knew Brad only a short time before I retired, but when he first started with RPD, he made his mark that will never be forgotten.


Susan and all of her family, Barbara and I along with your OTHER "Cousin" Nancy Bepler remember you from when you were about 9 years old and wanted to joing Tara and Nancy in John Swett Cheerleading.  You grew up and became a wonderful, corageous and beautiful woman that Brad apparently couldn't resist and together you created your own beautiful family.  Susan, when Brad left us, he left you with your strength and courage to be strong and I know you will bring Madison and Emma up to be just like you.  You are loved by many, not only by the Moody family, your own family, the RPD family and the Law Enforcement family, but even by the many citizens that Brad left his mark on.  May the recipiant of his donated organs live a long and prosperous life and also gain the some of the traits that Brad had.  He is still with us in spirit and I wish you the best.  Call Barbara and I if you need anything.  Your Aunt and Uncle know how to get ahold of us.  May God bless you in this time of grief.  You are loved.

Barbara Flores Retired Sgt. Flores' Wife October 14, 2008
Susan it was so comforting to see you last night at the quiet hour & give you a big long hug. I was at a loss for words but just hugging you brought back so many memories of you, Tara & Nancy growing up! Maybe hugs was all there was to say along with I Love You! You were so strong at the funeral today & your speech was amazing. Nancy & I sat way up at the top of the bleechers with little Ethan & were so proud of you & how strong you were. We absolutely knew you would give an amazing speech & you did, we know Brad is very proud of you today! Brad will be in your heart forever & in your beautiful daughters. We all love you! 
The Scott Family Rest In Peace Officer Moody October 14, 2008

Officer Brad Moody, may God bless you.  Through the eyes of those who knew you well, one can see how you were such an incredible person!  Your legacy as a great man will shine forever through all who love you dearly.  May God bless your family and friends during this difficult time.

Thank you for your dedication as a peace officer. 

Misty & Shea Bruns Today October 14, 2008
I have never met you. But, I saw the last glimps of you as you left the Concord Pavilion and going over the hill. Your Brothers were right there with you. Light flashing, Sirens going. You have touched so many that you knew, and touch some many that never were able to meet you. We have lost a wonderful officer,Father,Husband and son. And all I can say to you, now that you are gone is THANK YOU
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