Brenda E. Brady


Brenda E. Brady, age 79, born June 21, 1942, passed away October 25, 2021. Dear sister to Thomas (Joyce) Brady, Donna (Frank) Jancura , and Robert (Linda) Brady. Adored and loving aunt and great aunt. She taught at St. Bridget school for 50 years and spent retirement doing whatever made her happy. A Funeral Mass will be held at St. Bridget of Kildare Church on November 12, 2021 at 10 a.m..


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  1. Tessy Flannery says:

    I had Miss Brady for 4th and 5th grade. After having some pretty strict nuns in primary grades, her teaching style and sense of humor was practically therapeutic. She was the first teacher to help me to like school and really fostered my love of reading (even though I always returned my library books late). We were so lucky to have her!

  2. Lori Petrovich says:

    You made teaching at St. Bridget’s such for for the 28 years I was there with you. I’ll never forget the late spring and early fall days when we’d gather our golf clubs with Marge Madej and Alice Torrence and head out to the links. No one could believe all the food we could eat while golfing. You will always be remembered as a spectacular friend. We know you are in God’s welcoming arms.

  3. Lynn Brady says:

    Brenda was the older sister I never had, and part of our family for more than 40 years. She was kind, witty and generous. She loved her family. Miss Brady taught generations of students at St. Bridget School and was often recognized and greeted by former students. My children spent many weekends “spending the night” at her home. We ate many Sunday meals together and gathered for most holidays, blending traditions from our families. She decorated Christmas cookies with us every year and always complained, but loved, decorating the triangle Santa cookies.
    Although we will be unable to do these things together anymore, we will treasure the memories of time spent together. It was a difficult year for Brenda and she is at peace. She was loved and will be remembered and missed.

  4. Rosemary K. Schmidt says:

    Eternal rest grant unto you.

  5. Sheila says:

    We love you and miss you Aunt Brenda. I loved our summer visits every year and all of the fun times, yes even Cedar Point. I’ll always cherish driving around and getting lost. You had a way to make everything more fun and could cheer anyone up. Thank you for everything you did for me. We love you and miss you. Sheila

    • Tom and Joyce says:

      Brenda was a much loved sister, aunt, great aunt, teacher and friend. Our hearts are heavy but we know you are home now. You will be greatly missed. Eternal rest grant unto you and may perpetual light shine upon you.