Brad graduated from The Hill School in 1944 and then served in the Marine Corps at Camp Lejeune and Parris Island before coming to Princeton. He was a member of Cottage Club, earned varsity letters in baseball and tennis, and was also on the pingpong team.
Brad went to work for Chubb & Son after graduating and then was with Johnson & Higgins before becoming a private investor in 1970 and continuing in that capacity until he retired. He was an avid tennis and paddle tennis player, won four national platform tennis tournaments, and was voted into the APTA Hall of Fame in 1995.
Brad married Margarette Kelsey Jones in 1958; they were divorced in 1970. He is survived by his daughter, two sons, and four grandchildren.