Edward Leo Brady

Edward Leo Brady

September 15, 1919 - January 08, 2006

Edward Leo Brady

September 15, 1919 - January 08, 2006


Col. Edward L. Brady, USAF Retired.
Ed Brady, 86, passed away peacefully on Sunday, January 8, 2006 with his family by his side. A native Californian who returned home in 1964 after serving 23 years in the Air Force, Ed started his second career at TRW, where he retired in 1985 as Business Manager for the Space and Electronics Division. He was a proud member of the classes of Loyola High School ’37 and Loyola University ’41, and received his MBA from George Washington University in 1957. During the 1970’s, he served as President of Loyola University Alumni. Ed was a lifetime member of the Knights of Columbus, an avid volunteer for Catholic Charities, and beloved parishioner of St. Anastasia Catholic Church in Westchester. He was a dedicated husband, father and grandfather, who taught by example the importance of integrity and a strong work ethic. He made friends wherever he went, displaying his considerable Irish charm and wit. Ed loved to spend time with his family and friends and especially enjoyed attending Loyola High School football games. We will always cherish his unending love and spirit. Ed Brady is survived by his two sons Bill and John, his daughter Elene, his grandchildren Patty, Meghan, Taylor, Sean, Shannon, his brother Father John Brady S.J., and his sister Bernice Medinnis.

Vigil Service will be held on Friday, January 13, 2006 ~ 7:00 P.M. at St. Anastasia Catholic Church in Westchester, Los Angeles, California.

A Funeral Service will be held on Saturday January 14, 2006 ~10 A.M. at St. Anastasia Catholic Church in Westchester, Los Angeles, California.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in memory of Ed Brady to Catholic Charities of Los Angeles P.O. Box 15095 Los Angeles, CA 90015 213 251-3400.

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34 responses to Edward Leo Brady

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  1. Ed lived a very interesting and fruitfull life. We are only very gratefull he touched ours along the way. We will miss our “Pro Grandpa” here at Pro Truckers. We will keep him in our hearts, Maria and Victor.

  2. Ed leaves a beautiful legacy in his children and his grandchildren. It has been my honor to get to know Ed and the family in these last few years. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  3. With deepest sympathy,
    Allen and Jennifer

  4. Uncle Ed was my godfather. He and my mother, Jane Louise Brady Roe, were cousins, and extremely close throughout their lives. I did not know Uncle Ed very well, but fondly remember his great smile. My mother often spoke so kindly of him, especially precious memories as children growing up in Los Angeles. She often referred to him as one of her dearest and best friends. God bless him and his entire family.

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