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Bradley T. Geyser

November 23, 1973 — April 14, 2024


Bradley T. Geyser

Bradley T. Geyser, age 50, passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, April 14, 2024.  Born in Krugersdorp, South Africa on November 23, 1973, he was the son of Thomas B. and Maryann P. (Shaw) Geyser. Brad spent his early years in South Africa, where he found his passion and skills on a skateboard.   His talent led him to be scouted and later sponsored, elevating his skateboarding to the next level.  In 1991, Brad and his family immigrated to the United States of American, laying roots in the suburban town of Norwood, Massachusetts.  Brad completed his junior and senior years at Norwood High School, earning his diploma in 1992.


While he left his passion for skateboarding behind in South Africa, Brad quickly found a new passion for art living in the United States.  He took various art courses at the AI Institute in Boston, boosting his natural ability.  Brad was known for his beautiful mural work as well as his skills working with computer graphics.  He even took his artist vision to his plastering job, ensuring every detail was perfect and all his customers were happy with his work.


Brad's artwork did not end on canvas, but, rather, carried over to his musical abilities.   He was talented with his guitar and piano, playing countless hours to perfect his technique and entertain his family and friends.  He even dabbled into creating his own techno music, employing his computer to build various beat lines.  


Brad would go on to make his home in Franklin, New Hampshire before returning to Massachusetts a couple of years ago, making his home in Attleboro.  Moving back to Massachusetts allowed Brad to be closer to those he loved most his parents and siblings.  He looked forward to spending time with his family, often leaving them laughing with his witty comments and jokes.  Brad's family will remember him fondly for his kind heart and generous ways.


Devoted son of Pastor Thomas B. Geyser (Waters Church) and Maryann P. (Shaw) Geyser of Norwood.

Loving brother of Cheryl A. Hatch and her husband, Pastor Tim Hatch (Waters Church) of Apollo Beach, Florida, Charl B. Geyser and his wife, Kathleen, of Blackstone, and Estee M. Bell and her husband, Taylor, of Wimauma, Florida.

Cherished uncle of Alivia Hatch, Connor Hatch, Jake Hatch, Nicholas Geyser, Kaitlyn Geyser, and Frankie Bell.

Also survived by many members of his extended family in South Africa, England, and Australia.


Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend Bradley's Memorial Service in the Waters Church, 668 Walpole Street, Norwood, Massachusetts on Friday, April 19, 2024, at 11:00 AM.  Interment will take place privately at Terrace Hill Cemetery in Walpole, Massachusetts.


In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in Bradley's name may be made to Providence Rescue Mission, 627 Cranston Street, Providence, RI 02907 or by visiting


Arrangements by James H. Delaney & Son Funeral Home, Walpole.

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