He came to Princeton from Choate School, where he participated in football and wrestling and served on the honor committee. Then he had an English Speaking Union fellowship at the Leys School in Cambridge, England.
At Princeton Brad majored in English and joined Ivy Club. He served on the Jamesburg Committee, Undergraduate Schools Committee, and the Keyceptor program. He roomed with Arthur Allen, Jock Brooks, his cousin Paul Hicks, Guy Pope, Harry Rulon-Miller, Phil Smith, and Allan Rodgers.
Brad earned a master’s degree in mathematics at the University of Georgia and spent his entire career with IBM in Paris and the United States. Moving to Washington, D.C., in retirement, he served on the boards of the Friends of Book Hill Park, Newark Street Community Garden, Camellia Society, Maryland Master Gardeners Program, and the D.C. chapter of the English-Speaking Union, and he was a proud member of the Society of Cincinnati.
To all who knew him he was a true gentleman with a passion for sharing his love of art, music, Greek literature, gardening, and baseball.
Brad is survived by his loving wife, Barbara, and his sister, Stephani. The class extends its deepest sympathy to them.