Condolences for Bradford “Brad” Hill

Wes Rouse posted on 2/15/20

Brad was a good man and a great friend. While we lost contact following my graduation from Hampton in 1986, I remember our friendship and work in the SCA fondly. May you Rest In Peace, my brother, and the Lord grant peace and comfort to your family.


Paul Murray and Family posted on 2/15/20

Our condolences, and prayers go out to The Hill Family. Laura, Brad will be truly missed. He was not only the Chief of CMB/JOC Branch, Supervisor. I know he was a great husband and father but he was also my friend. We could talk about anything. He was just that kind of person. The fond memories, and stories we shared will always be with me. Keeping you and your family in our prayers, may he Rest In Peace.


Carol Anderson posted on 2/14/20

I was honored to have called Brad a colleague. He was a talented architect and man of great faith. Such a huge loss for us all but especially his family. My sympathies and prayers are with you.


Joyce Humphrey posted on 2/13/20

May the work you've done speavk for you and it has. May God be with The Hill all are for ever in our prayers. THE GIBBS FAMILY


Hayat Bain & other Coming To The Table friends posted on 2/13/20

Dearest Laura, your CTTT family is holding you and your family in our hearts with love and in sympathy and faith. ☮️


Kinyata Evans & Family posted on 2/13/20

Sending prayers and thoughts during this time.Mr. Brad Hill was a wonderful co-worker with not only funny stories, but great insight and knowledge that assisted me not only in my professional life but also in family matters and help me to grow in my faith. May God keep, comfort and heal your hearts.


Omar Jones posted on 2/13/20

Sending my love to the family. I didn’t know him personally but his son Josiah and I are close friends. But I’ve always heard great things about him..


Jonathan Bodus posted on 2/13/20

Brad gave me my first break through in learning construction management and engineering services. I will forever be grateful in his hiring me for the JOC Branch. I remember his sense of humor and hearty laughter we shared. I also remember the love he had for his family and how proud of them he was. He was a good man, and will surely be missed. My heart goes out to his family during this loss, but reassured that God is with them through it all.


Willie York, Lanita Booker, Kent Galvin, Paul Murray & Kelvin Mervicker, posted on 2/13/20

Mrs. Hill, may our lord bless and comfort you and your family during this time of grief. We want you to know that we are just a phone call away if there is anything we can do to help you get through this, we're just a phone call away. Please except our sincere condolences. Lanita, Kent, Kelvin Paul & Willie, Brads JOC/CMB Team. We will miss him!


J Maurice Singleton posted on 2/13/20

My condolences and prayers to the family of Mr. Hill. I had the privilege of working with him for numerous years before I retired. I know his presents will be truly miss by the Ft. Lee family. For his family, just keep looking to God for strength


Gary Ogden posted on 2/13/20

Brad worked at Fort Lee for many, many years and the Fort Lee community is better off because of the time he spent here. We are all better people for having known you. God Speed.


Melanie Heindl posted on 2/13/20

I was so sorry to hear of this loss. My heart goes out to you, Laura, and your family. I will be thinking of you in the weeks and months to come. Sending so much love.


Austin Gore & Family posted on 2/13/20

Brother Brad, you had a major impact on my life. You and Laura helped reinforce what my parents taught me about God and I thank you for that. You Sir will be missed, but I take comfort in knowing that you were a Man Of God and you are resting or playing Volleyball with the Lord! We are praying for your family during this time! We love you man!


Nia Wright posted on 2/12/20

My precious Laura. I’m so sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts & prayers are with you. May God comfort & strengthen you & your family.