Sandra and I send heartfelt sympathy in the loss of Mrs. Sharon Brady. Bill and Sharon provided a wonderful Christian example to all of the gang growing up. It can not be understated how many lives both of them touched and will be fondly remembered. I pray that Lord continues to bless and that you find comfort in knowing she is in a better place that we all hope in Him.
For here we do not have an enduring city, but we are looking for the city that is to come.
Love, Richard, Ashlynn, and Sandra Berry
Dear Duke and Sean,
I am so sorry for the loss of your sweet Mother. She was always so kind, caring, and loving. She was always smiling that beautiful smile. We are blessed that she is Home now with Jesus and your Dad. Praise The Lord! I know you two are the lights of her life and she loved you so much. May The Lord bless you with comfort and peace till we see her again in Heaven.
Love and prayers to all,
Karen Schultz Martinek
(3rd grade Sunday School teacher years ago!)
Duke, Sean, and family, I am so sorry for the loss of Aunt Sharon. even though she was not blood related to me, she has known me my whole life and she has always been and will always be my Aunt. All of you are in my thoughts and prayers. love you all...Renee'
We are so very sorry, Debbie and Duke, and the rest of the family...we know that no matter how very much you wanted Sharon to remain with you much longer, that she is rejoicing in heaven and would not come back if she could, nor would you bring her back if you could,knowing what joy heaven holds for all who enter there. We love you so much and pray that God will comfort and hold you close and help you look forward to that Glad Reunion Day when you will meet her again. What A Day That Will BE on that Glad Reunion Day!
Sean - We are so sorry for your loss and our hearts are with you and your family right now. May the warmth of Christ's light comfort you and provide you both strength and peace of mind as you celebrate her life and grieve her loss. She is with Him.
Love, Mike, Sharen, Lauren, and Coryn
I will always remember Mrs. Brady (Sharon). It says it takes a village to grow a child. Mr and Mrs Brady kept a close eye on all of us Britton Baptist boys. They would push Sean to bring us to church, even pick us up if we needed a ride. Much of my roots go back to those Britton Baptist youth group days, much due to efforts of the Brady family. We always had a place to go at the Brady home. Most importantly we knew where they would be every single Sunday morning. I try to mirror thier Sunday presence for my children now. Thanks to the Brady's, Matt and Wayne, we were always pushed toward the right path. Sean is still very much a root of strength in my life. Good kids come from good families and I felt very much a part of the Brady family. God Bless Sharon, Bill, Sean and Duke and thank you for reaching out to me so many years ago.
I loved your mom from the time I was a tiny little girl. Praying God's peace & comfort over your family during this time.
Take comfort in knowing that now you have a special guardian angel to watch over you.