5 responses to “Remembering Brad Smith
of Paulina Springs Books”

  1. Cheryl McKeon

    My sincere sympathy to Brad’s family and friends. I appreciated his thoughtful work on the PNBA Awards committee. He always contributed and offered sincere perspectives; his love of books and bookselling was obvious.

  2. Jacqueline DeWolf

    We have enjoyed the Paulina Springs bookstore for years and on our visits to Central Oregon would always make a trip to Sisters to buy books. Staff was always knowledgeable and helpful. So sorry for the loss of your father. Way too young.

    Jacqueline and Michael DeWolf

  3. Brian Juenemann

    A questioner of all and sharer of all his discoveries. I will miss Brad and his thoughtful trickster ways.

  4. Evelyn Hess

    So sorry to hear the world has lost Brad. Paulina Springs Books, with Brad and his wonderful staff, has been a highlight of my book tours. Sending love to al.

  5. Judi Wutzke

    I am so sorry to learn of Brad’s death. He leaves a big hole in the bookseller community and in the hearts of those who know him or have ever met him. He had such a compassionate soul and always had a smile on his face at PNBA where I met him and Cynthia as a new bookseller. I send my sincere sympathy to all who mourn his passing.

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