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Brian F. O'Grady

Southington, Connecticut

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O'GRADY, Brian F. Brian F. O'Grady, 59, of Plantsville section of Southington died Wednesday, (December 21, 2005) at his home in the loving arms of his wife, Margot (Tripp) O'Grady. Born, September 14, 1946 in Hartford, son of the late Francis and Katherine (Hogan) O'Grady. He graduated...

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Dear Margot,

You and Brian have never escaped my thoughts and prayers. I wish you strength and love in this dark hour and I will light a candle for you. May the souls of those you love surround you.

Dear Margot,

Tom shared the news of Brian's passing with the group at St. Tim's this past Tuesday. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Experience, strength, and hope from all in the fellowship will always be there to support you.

Larry Wild

Dear Margot,
On behalf of all of us at Motorcars, We would like to say that we are very sorry for your loss, and we are going to miss Brian too. He will be in our memory for ever.
With greatest sympathy,

Muffii and the gang

Dear Margot,
We were so sorry to read of Brian's death. Sincere sympathy to you and all the Tripps for this loss after much suffering.
I am sorry that we are not able to get to the service as we no longer drive at night. Our thoughts are with you.
Love,
Sue

Margot, Please know my thoughts and those of all here at the DOB are with you during this difficult time. Please also know that the many friendships that you and Brian have built and enjoyed throughout your lives remain there for you as a source of strength, support, and love. It is my hope and belief that your friends, family, and your own admirable personal strength will see you through to a day where happiness and joy will once again fill your days.
All my best to you,
Jack

Dear Margot:

My thoughts and many prayers are with you as you and all of Brian's loved ones as you go through this most difficult time. You have been such an example of grace, hope, faith and optimism in all the time that I and your many other friends at St. Tim's in West Hartford have known you, and we know that these same God-given qualities and His ever certain care will carry through to brighter days. Most fondly,

Ron B.

Dear Margot,
Please accept my deepest sympathy. He was a great guy and will be missed by many.
God Bless

Dearest Margo,Our Condolences to you,Brian was a much loved guy and he will be missed greatly by us all.Our Love and Prayers are with you.My brother Robert Loved him so much,Brian will always be in your heart where he is safe forever.

Margot,

I am so sorry to hear about Brian. I hope you find comfort in knowing so many people care about you and will miss Brian.

Love, Paula, Woody, Alicia, Jake and Paige