Peter Rainsford Brady

Green Valley, Arizona

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My grandmother was Junita Brady [From Florence Arizona] Juanita was the mother of my mom [Angelita Brady Meneces] My grandmother Juanita Brady was the daughter of Henry Whittier Brady and Angelita Gilbert, and so on.. I have just started doing a family search on my Grandmother [Brady] family. Very exciting to make all the connections.

I,m sorry that I never got to know you, I'm the great grand daughter of Peter R. Brady, his son Henry William Brady was my grandfather and my mother's name was Violet Brady, she passed away in 1983.

I have fond memories of spending time at George's cabin and gathering firewood in the Chihuahuas. I remember breaking the handle of George's sledge hammer while trying to split wood. George expressed no anger or upset and had a spare handle waiting in the tool shed. I loved his cheerful response to anything I had to offer in the way of conversation. Both being hard of hearing we apparently sometimes only had parallel conversations. But I believe we were both pleased with each others company....

I am sorry to hear of the loss of Peter. We would be extended family 2 of Peters great uncles were married to my great aunts. May the Lord be with the family to Bless and Comfort during this time.

I am sorry to hear of your loss. I remember the first time I met your father. He was tall, jubilant and a very confident gentleman. He was always courteous and positive. I will continue to have nothing but fond memories of the times he would come visit us at the dorm. I know you will miss your father as I do mine but with time, the pleasant memories and the happy times you spent with him somehow make it easier. God bless you, your families and your father.

Uncle George, Uncle Tom, Dad and Marie were all cut from the same fun loving cloth! He was always fun to be around, always someone you knew you could turn to - heck, he even let a few friends and I borrow the cabin one Thanksgiving knowing full good and well we were college kids up to nothing but shenanigans :)! Loved him/will miss him/am 100% sure he's loving every minute of heaven!

I have fond memories of Uncle George. His face always showed such kindness; that is what I remember most. My condolences to all during this time of mourning. In Christ, Melanie

Sorry to hear of the loss of another descendant of the great Arizona pioneer...Peter Rainsford Brady...from the photo he resembled him greatly . Frederick Hambly Tucson


Peter's Obituaries

Peter Rainsford "George" Brady passed into the loving arms of Christ on October 7, 2012. He was born in Bisbee in 1926 and was the grandson of Arizona Pioneer Peter Rainsford Brady. Upon graduation from Douglas High, George served in the U.S. Army Air Corps and subsequently worked for...

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