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Never Quit Challenge Memorial 
Honoring Kaeti Bradley 
Kaeti was a friend of the Never Quit Challenge 2013. Sadly, she lef...
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Honoring Kaeti Bradley - 2014 Never Quit Challenge


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We miss you dearly Kaeti!

2014 Never Quit Challenge – Clear The Way
A Personal Water Craft ride. Select Veteran charities will benefit from fundraisers at 2 locations, one in Morro Bay at the Veteran's Hall of Sept 7th 6:00pm and the second at the Stone Bistro Gardens at Liberty Station at 6:00pm on the Anniversary of 9/11. The Never Quit Challenge is an Invitational Personal Water Craft ride vetted by Special Operations Military Veteran teams onboard Kawasaki Ultra LX JET SKI®. This is a Sea and Land adventure ride.
The Never Quit Challenge is not open for participation to the general public, it is a private charity ride for military personnel only. We do appreciate your support in donating to the cause. You will discover there are many ways for your to contribute financially, and we hope you will partner with us in taking care of our Nation's Veterans and their families. Thank you for your interest in the Never Quit Challenge.
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Honoring Kaeti Bradley - 2014 Never Quit Challenge

  1. 1. Never Quit Challenge Memorial Honoring Kaeti Bradley Kaeti was a friend of the Never Quit Challenge 2013. Sadly, she left us on August 23rd, we remember her firing spirit, bright smile and enthusiasm for everything good and just. Please take a moment to reflect on this amazing woman’s life. Kaeti was an event production and marketing maven. She enjoyed brand development, music, singling loudly in the shower and on stage, all kinds of promotions, loved to chat about the benefits of essential oils, massage and good food. She was an exceptional chef. She studied Mass Communications at the University of Delaware and studied Anthropology and Film at the College of Marin in California. She returned to Maryland to earn her graduate certificate in Transformative Leadership & Social Change from the Tai Sophia Institute. Kaeti was the Community Liaison for Connected Warrior Foundation. In her early 20’s, Kaeti was Tour Coordinator for Creating Our Future, a youth focused non-profit based in Northern California. From there, Kaeti organized numerous benefit concerts including the multimedia, experiential events ::Bio Logic:: while working as Community Liaison and Recording Artist for Ursa Minor Arts & Media. (source: A friend)