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Charles Thomas Bradley, Jr.

Charles Thomas Bradley, Jr.
  • September 27, 1966 - January 12, 2021
  • Charleston, South Carolina
  • Donate to the American Cancer Society

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Charles was a kind and gentle man. He was always willing to listen to anyone and his door was always open. Although he had a was a big presence in the room, he was very humble and encouraged collaboration. It was never about him, always about the team and family first. We worked together for 9+ years and I cannot remember a time that I ever heard him raise his voice, even with difficult news. He was always professional and

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Posted by: Chris Sheldon - Savannah, GA - Coworker   Jan 17, 2021

So sorry to hear of the sudden passing of Charles. I had the privilege of working intimately w/ Charles during our time together at Vopak Savannah. We traveled together to many wonderful cities in US and abroad, shared many great talks on life, work, football (he loved his Denver Broncos), raising boys, house projects, etc. many great memories, most over wonderful meals, not sure who enjoyed picking out restaurants/hotels more, Charles or I, but we were blessed to experience some

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Posted by: Chad Dollander - Savannah, GA - Coworker   Jan 17, 2021

Karen, it just breaks my heart seeing this. I was unaware of his illness. I truly love Chuck and consider him a true friend. He would have done anything for me within his power and likewise and we knew it. I remember vividly when going through one of the many reorgs at Vopak him telling me that ya'll would remain on the east coast because Momma loved it there. He loved ya'll so and talked freely about that. I loved

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Posted by: Kim Furrh - Deer Park, TX - Coworker   Jan 16, 2021

We are very sorry for the loss of Chuck. It was really nice to reconnect with him on one of his drives heading back home from the Gulf Coast area. It is amazing how talking to someone after not talking for many years, and it feels like it was just a short time between talks. Chuck was one of those guys, who you could pick right up with, like not a day was missed. He was very sincere with his focus on his family.


Posted by: Craig and Susan Nelson - Parker, CO - Friend   Jan 16, 2021

My sincerest condolences to Charles family. He was one of the friendliest people I have worked with. He was a great professional, always calm and willing to help.


Posted by: Guy Keymolen - Deer Park, TX - Coworker   Jan 16, 2021

Charles was a professional in every sense of the word. He was warm, funny and great guy to be around. I enjoyed working with him and after our careers took different paths just talking with him. He loved his family dearly and was very proud of his boys.


Posted by: Michael Dilick - SUGAR LAND, TX - Coworker   Jan 16, 2021

I am so sorry to hear about Charles passing. He was truly one of the nicest people I've ever worked with. My prayers are with your family.


Posted by: Jackie Gault - Ringgold, GA - Coworker   Jan 16, 2021

I am so sorry for your loss. Charles was the sweetest man and I really enjoyed working with him at Vopak. Prayers for your entire family.


Posted by: Karen Pounders Wilson - Houston, TX - Coworker   Jan 16, 2021

@❤ To his family


Posted by: Miriam Harmon - Richmond, TX - Coworker   Jan 16, 2021

The Trans send our deepest condolences to the Bradleys. Charles was a very warm and kind individual with whom I worked with while at Vopak VLS. I called Charles and Richard my twin towers since they both worked sales for VLS and would bring opportunities for us to review. He will be dearly missed.


Posted by: Tuan Tran - El Lago, TX - Coworker   Jan 16, 2021