Harry E. Brady at the age of 76 passed away with the comfort of his friends and family while spending his final days at The Fountain of Washington where he was greatly taken care by their services, family, friends, and especially by his longtime beloved sweetheart Laura (Angle) Bishop. The amazing care and love that Betsy Lordan gave him over the many years they live together with the friendship they shared so dearly. He also enjoyed a dear friendship, care, and companionship for all most all his life with Loretta Troen and many others.
He gave a great fight, battling stage four cancer in his last two final years. The Virginia Cancer Specialists help tremendously in his treatment with the assist of Dr. Raymond Wadlow MD, Leah Dudani RN-MA, and including the help DR. Vinni Juneja MD. In his final month The Fountain of Washington in Alexandria allowed a fast, smooth, and professional transition for his move in and care to Harry. They also went above and beyond for the family and friends. Northern Virginia Burial & Cremation Society Inc. was also very helpful in the afterlife care for family.
Harry will be remembered as a great man who served our country as a Marine in the beginning of his adult hood and after finishing his services to the military he became a Police Officer for a brief period of his life. Then he pursued a long adventurous career with Arlington County as a Fire Fighter and Paramedic to continue to serve his community. Harry was proud and highly involved with his union services with the fire department.
Harry was an amazing father to Ian Brady and to his oldest son Jacob Jones Brady which he is now traveling the stars and heaven with from his former wife Pamela Bevard Brady. He was also greatly loved by his granddaughter Chloe Brady, grandson Ronaldo Martinez, daughter in law Sai Samla and Samla Family. Harry survived his younger brother Terry Brady and Terry’s wife Melinda. Also his cousin and aunt in Georgia where he was born and raised by his father Hollis Brady with mother Nancy Brady who have passed along with his older brother Michael.
To so many Harry was a great friend, amazing companion, and a fun traveling buddy that loved to see the world and enjoyed being outside. His finally paradise that he was lucky enough to enjoy was Ajijic and Jalisco Mexico where he found amazing friends and the friends he took with him to enjoy together.
Please come and enjoy the celebration of the life of Harry together with friends and family at Clarendon United Methodist Church on March 28 2020 10am visiting hour followed by services at 1130am. With a lunch provided afterwards at the church.