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BONITO, BRADY MITCHELL Brady Mitchell Bonito died peacefully in his home in Southington, CT after a long illness. He was the beloved husband of Melissa D. (Pali) Bonito the proud and devoted father of Bailey Shay Bonito and the stepfather of Cody Paul D’Orazio. He also leaves his much loved and devoted parents Ronald and Debra S. Bonito of Wallingford, CT. Born July 19, 1970, Brady was raised in Wallingford and graduated from Sheehan High School in 1988. He was employed by Ulbrich Shaped Wire of North Haven where he began his employment as a trainee. Over the next six years he was promoted to various management positions; the latest being Production Planner. He played a key role in the installation and implementation of a state of the art manufacturing shop floor control system. He was a trained Kaizen facilitator. Besides his love of family and friends Brady had several lifelong passions. He was an accomplished musician considered by many associated with the local music scene to be one of the top bass players in CT. In his 20s and early 30s he was very much into Heavy Metal playing with the groups CFI and Opium for the Masses. During this time he co-wrote many of the bands music. As he grew older, his genre of choice was much more of a Rock and Roll style. For the past several years he played with Vises Like Vipers. From a very early age he became an avid reader, he could be found with a book wherever he was and took every opportunity to read. Although he enjoyed many different authors and genres, his favorite was James Lee Burke. In his early twenties his creativity took another direction and he studied cooking at Gateway Community College. He did well and impressed his family and friends by serving them new, delicious, and interesting meals. He also enjoyed camping with his family at a seasonal camp site at Salem Campgrounds in Salem, CT. Brady was a personable and caring man and his family and friends will miss him and his amazing wit and uncanny ability to impersonate famous people. A celebration of Brady’s life will be held at First Assembly of God, 601 Paddock Avenue, Meriden, CT. Family and friends may call on Thursday, January 23rd from 6:00 - 8:00 PM. A reception will be held at the completion of the service. Private internment will be at a later date. In lieu of flowers the family is requesting that donations be made in Brady’s name to the Smilow Cancer Care Hospital.
Published in The New Haven Register on Jan. 22, 2014
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