Bradley Ginn Sr., who died on July 31, was known for his love of music. He played bass guitar and the piano, “but you didn’t want to hear him sing,” his daughter Aurieona Ginn recalled fondly Monday in an interview with The Bellingham Herald.  Bellingham Fire Department employees attempted to intubate his body 15 times while it was awaiting pick up by a funeral home.
Bradley Ginn Sr., who died on July 31, was known for his love of music. He played bass guitar and the piano, “but you didn’t want to hear him sing,” his daughter Aurieona Ginn recalled fondly Monday in an interview with The Bellingham Herald. Bellingham Fire Department employees attempted to intubate his body 15 times while it was awaiting pick up by a funeral home. Aurieona Ginn Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
Bradley Ginn Sr., who died on July 31, was known for his love of music. He played bass guitar and the piano, “but you didn’t want to hear him sing,” his daughter Aurieona Ginn recalled fondly Monday in an interview with The Bellingham Herald. Bellingham Fire Department employees attempted to intubate his body 15 times while it was awaiting pick up by a funeral home. Aurieona Ginn Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

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