In Memory

Barry Bredt


Barry Michael Bredt 

  |   Barry Michael Bredt Barry Michael Bredt died in Richmond on April 9, 2007 at 53 years of age. A native of Pennsylvania living in California for over 30 years. Director of General Clinical Research Center at SFGH and Co-Director of Immunology Care Laboratory at UCFS-GIVI Center for AIDS Research. A pioneer of low cost HIV AIDS Diagnostics "EASY CDE4". Survived by his children: Amelia Bonnett-Bredt, Molly Bonnett-Bredt, Rachaell Castro, Joe Castro and Jaimeson Hall; his beloved mother, Natalie Mark Cutler; brother Alan Bredt and sister Sandy Bredt; nephews Danny Tov Bredt Young and Steven Daniel Bredt. Memorial Services will be held on Friday, April 13th at 10:30 AM at Kehella Community Synagogue, 1300 Grand Ave., Piedmont. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the William J. Clinton Foundation, c/o Elizabeth Sinclair, UCSF-GIVI Center for AIDS Research, P.O. Box 1353, San Francisco, CA 94143-1353 Sinai Memorial Chapel (925) 962-3636
Published in Contra Costa Times on April 13, 2007

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05/24/11 11:06 PM #1    

Saul Fox

Barry, Joanne Schiebman, Wendy Goodhart and I convinced our cute, blonde 8th grade, Elkins Park Junior High School, English teacher (whose name - I am embarrassed to say - I do not recall, although I think it may have "started with a G" - Gladstone?) to allow us to make a movie based on Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet", rather than each write the required term paper on Shakespeare. While the movie made it for showings at Ogantz and Thomas Williams, it didn't make it to "Sundance".  In any event, the 4 of us became close friends. Barry was brilliant, warm hearted, hard working,  a great and courageous friend, possessed a wonderful sense of humor, yet was modest, and unassuming.

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