Goldie Marie (Bright) Brady (1927 - 2018)

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Goldie Marie Bright Brady, 90, Lebanon, passed away Saturday, Feb, 3, 2018 at Norton Audubon Hospital, Louisville.
She was born on Sept. 27, 1927 in Marion County. She was a member of Holy Name of Mary Catholic Church and was a homemaker.
She was preceded in death by: husband, Joseph Stanley Brady; parents, Marshall and Coya May Roution Bright; a daughter, Linda Diane Brady Hayes; three brothers, Carl, Horace, and George Bright; seven sisters, Lucille Spurling, Imogene Bright, Frances Mann, Geneva Gadberry, Betty McGennis, Diane Clark, and Judith Bright.
Survivors include: three daughters, Vickie (Rickie) Courtwright of Phillipsburg, Marilyn Ann (Michael) Willett of Campbellsville, and Mary Jacqueline (Randy Lododa) Brady of Melbourne, Florida; two sons, James Stanley (Traci Gail) Brady of Melbourne, Florida and Joseph Scott (Carla Jo) Brady of Calvary; three brothers, Alton (Judy) Bright of Elkhorn, Leonard C. Bright, and Tony (Mary) Bright, all of Campbellsville; sister, Dorothy (William C.) Rucker of Melbourne, Florida; 16 grandchildren; four step-grandchildren; and 30 great-grandchildren.
A funeral Mass was held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Feb.10, at Holy Name of Mary Catholic Church with interment in the church cemetery. Father Saju Vadakumpadan, C.M.I. officiated and Deacon Dennis May assisted.
Pallbearers were Eric Maupin, Marshall Willett, Steven Beard, Matthew Willett, Dustin Maupin, Cody Brady, Frank James Riveria, and Josh Brady.
Bosley Funeral Home, Lebanon, was in charge of arrangements.

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Published in The Lebanon Enterprise on Feb. 14, 2018