Bradley Sand Bushman, 1970 - 2012

by Belinda Forrest
(Fairfax, VA)

Brad was an awesome person with a unique sense of humor, had a childlike sense of fun, was a hard worker and a caring husband and father. He was born May 5, 1970 in Washington, DC to Robert W. and Linda Bushman. He moved often growing up and finally settled in his favorite place, Seattle, WA, where he has lived since 1988. Brad was a highly talented IT professional, most recently employed at ServiceNow. Before that he worked for InfoSpace for 9 years, moving himself quickly up through the ranks. In his spare time, Brad loved playing video and board games, traveling, going to the zoo and mountains, and especially spending time doing those things with his wonderful daughters and wife. He also volunteered by being a board member of the Boys & Girls Club of Kirkland. Brad is survived by his loving wife Sherry, his beautiful children Amanda and Delaney, his parents Bob and Linda Bushman, his grandma Florence Sand, as well as his brother, two sisters, and numerous loving aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and many very special friends and coworkers.

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Nov 07, 2012
Brads's Way
by: Mom and Dad

May 5, 1970- June 11, 2012

And now the end is here
And so the final curtin
Family and friends, he would state his case
Of which I'm certain
Bradley lived a life that's full
And traveled each and evey highway
And more, much more than this. He did it his way.
Regrets , I'm sure he had a few
But then again to few to mention
He did what he had to do and saw it through without exemption.
He planed each charted course...each careful step
along the highway and more much more than
this Bradley did it his way.
Yes, there were times, I'm sure he knew
When he bit off more than he could chew
but through it all, when there was doubt
He ate it up and spit it out
And faced it all and he stood tall and did
it his way.
Bradley loved, he laughed and cried
He had his fill, his share of losing
And now, as tears subside. He would find it
all so amusing
To think Bradley did all that
and may he say, not in a shy way
"Oh no,oh,no........not him, he did it his way
For what ia a man, what has he got?
If not himself, then he has naught
To say the things Bradley felt and not the words of one who kneels
the record shows he took the blows and did it his way. was Bradley's way.

We love you so much.

Mom and Dad

Jul 15, 2012
I know
by: Phyllis

We lost our son at 39 in Dec last year, he was very sick for a year,I know the suffocating, horrid pain of never having them here with us, everything it seems reminds us of them, you want to have a hug & kiss cook for them watch a movie together, things we take so for granted. Some days I don't want to even live, but I have to foe my other kids & husband, we will all be together for ever in Heaven, with Jesus, I will pray for you, & I ask that you will for me. A broken hearted Momma~

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