John William McKenzie Brady
Christian, Elizabeth, and Isabel,
Our hearts and prayers are with you and your entire family with the loss of Mack. Having lost our son, Jon, 3 1/2 years ago we know all too well the hole that has been left in your lives forever. Please lean on each other for strength and remember that Mack would want you to remember the happy times. Embrace those. You have our deepest sympathy for your loss of someone so young.
Judy, Steve, and Drew Quigley and our whole family
Hi, my name is Laurie Agostinelli and I have had the pleasure of knowing Mack for 3 years. My time spent with him was once a week at the PFE library checking out books. You would be surprised how much you get to know a student only seeing them once a week. You learn their likes and dislikes with literature and more importanly the student as an individual. Mack was quiet and yet at the same time had stuff to say. Mack was an Angel, boy, son, student, friend, team mate, dreamer, and an all around wonderful gift from God. May God bless his soul and we know it soars without boundaries. The loving man that went to be with the Lord will be waiting for the ones he loves. May God bless his soul and eternal sunshine. love always, The Agostinelli's
Dear Liz, Chris and Izzy,
There are no words....just know your friends at Christ Church Covington are holding you daily in God's healing, loving light.
love in Christ,
Dear Chris, Liz and Izzym
We are so saddened to learn of Mack's departure and remember fondly your time at Christ Episcopal in Covington. Sincerely,
Fran Phares Paddison
may light perpetual shine
Our thougths and prayers are with you during this difficult time. We had the honor to watch Mack play soccer at PISA and in 3v3 tournaments and he truly was amazing.
I specifically remember meeting your family at the West Mifflin 3v3 tournament this summer.
The Kearns Family
(Our daughter, Malia's AFFC and Connellsville 3v3 teams played against Mack.)