Carl D Bradley


Chris Dohany

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A humble nod to the 33 men of the Carl D. Bradley who lost their lives 45 years ago today when the Bradley broke up and sank in a storm on Lake Michigan...

Carl R. Bartell - third mate
John L. Bauers - 1st asst engineer
Douglas J. Bellmore - porter
Duane W. Berg - deckhand
Alfred F. Boehmer - 2nd asst engineer
Richard J. Book - deckwatch
Roland O. Bryan - master
Alva H. Budnick - watchman
Raymond G. Buehler - chief engineer
William T. Elliott - repairman
Clyde M. Enos - stokerman
Erhardt O. Felax - stokerman
John F. Fogelsonger - second mate
Cleland E. Gager - oiler
Paul A. Greengtski - watchman
Paul C. Heller - stokerman
Paul R. Horn - oiler
Dennis M. Joppich - wiper
Raymond J. Kowalski - wheelsman
Joseph Krawczak - wheelsman
Floyd A. MacDougall - oiler
Dennis B. Meredith - deckhand
Melville W. Orr - watchman
Alfred G. Pilarski - second cook
Gary N. Price - deckhand
Leo J. Promo, Jr. - asst conveyorman
Bernard J. Schefke - porter
Keith H. Schuler - 3rd asst engineer
James L. Selke - porter
Gary L. Strzelecki - deckwatch
Earl P. Tulgetske, Jr. - wheelsman
Edward N. Vallee - conveyorman
John Zoho - steward

And to the two survivors, first mate Elmer H. Fleming (died 1969) and deckwatch Frank L. Mays.

(https://www.encyclopedia-titanica.org/discus/messages/6937/1300.html?974905246
this thread has a great summary of the Bradley's story)
 

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