Bradley Braland was killed in a car accident on Saturday. Braland, 40, served as GNO communications director and print and public relations director for Reinhard Bonnke’s Christ for All Nations.
According to CBSAtlanta.com, Braland was killed after being partially ejected from the passenger side of a black Toyota Prius that was part of a seven-car wreck. Marietta Police are looking for a large mobile home that they believe caused the wreck.
Marietta Police also reported Braland was not wearing his seat belt and that his wife was driving. Braland’s wife and 4-year-old son, who were wearing seat belts, survived.
A spokesperson for the Marietta Police Department said the driver of the motor home was attempting to change lanes behind a Toyota Camry around 1:45 p.m. Saturday, but ended up striking the left rear panel of the car instead, according to Fox’s Atlanta affiliate. The Camry reportedly slammed into a Toyota Prius, causing it to rollover several times. The Prius struck two other vehicles while it overturned.
At CfaN, Braland was responsible for the print corporate image, publications, direct mail and product development. He also managed international printing for seeding literature within foreign markets. CfaN prints on average each year 3 to 4 million books. He also served as communications director for large-scale U.S. events, like Bonnke’s Good News Crusades.