Barnes, Richardson, and Colburn lost a dedicated servant in Bradley Colburn. Born in 1903, and a resident of Port Washington, Bradley Colburn died in February 1979 aged 76 years at St. Francis Hospital in Roslyn. With a rich history in customs and international tariff law, he served diligently. He held different positions including being an assistant of the United States tariff commission, president of the association of the customs bar and chairman of the American Bar Association Standing Committee on customs law. His wife, Grace, survived him; a daughter, Carylyn, and a grandson, Christopher.