Larry D. G. Brady

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BRADY;  Larry ~ At the Peterborough Regional Health Centre on Monday, December 21, 2020 at the age of 72.  Larry Brady was the beloved husband of Madeline Brady (nee Sheppard).  Loving father of Tammie Benton (Wayne Cunningham) and Jeff (Carolyn).  Loved grandfather of Alyssa Paolo (Phil), Gage Brady (Fallyne Dinesen), Kailie Benton (Michael Cunningham), and Megan.   Loving son of Dorothy Dambermont (formerly Brady) and the late Howard Brady.  Dear brother of Yvonne Pepin (the late Alcide), Roger (Carole), Dorothy Ann Meilleur (Marc), Mary Hennekam (John) and Mike (Gabrielle Fortin).




Service Information

A private family service will be held. A private family interment will be held at St. John’s Cemetery, Ida. In memory of Larry, donations to the ALS Society would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements entrusted to the Fallis & Shields Funeral Home, Millbrook. Online donations or condolences may be made at www.fallis-shields.com.

Condolences

Dear Madeline, so very sorry for your loss. I remember you and Larry coming into the grocery store. You are in my thoughts.

Janice Ball


HI MR. BRADY, is what we would all yell, usually heading to the pit for fun or going for a race around the circle! Everyday all of us kiddies were greated with a smile and some smart ass question followed by a laugh and a "be good now!". Being the neighbor down the road there was always frequent stops, chats, checkins, and visits. Throughout the 30 years of knowing these wonderful people a bond formed that became more like family. As now us kiddies are all grown with families of our own, visiting my parents, it has become routine to take my own kids for a walk around the circle to see the Bradys. We will miss this mans smile!! Sending love and hugs! Steve, Julie Lisa, Sean, Stacey, Emily and families xo

Lisa Smith


What a man! Always smiling, laughing and joking. First met him when I worked at Jones’ when him and Mr. Van Die would come in for coffee. Him and Madeleine live near my parents and I would often see them out. And lately (before Covid) I would often see them in the mall having a coffee. He always greeted us with a smile and a joke. Always told me how “Larry” was an excellent name for one of my children. I know he will be missed by many!

Crystal Harley


Larry was just one of those outstanding guys, the salt of the earth for sure. Larry always had a smile on his face, a warm welcome & hello .....and was always tremendous with us each and every time we saw him. Thinking of you all; with deepest condolences & heartfelt sympathy.

Tim, Lisa & Konnor Wiens


Dear family. Frank and I send our deepest condolences to you. You are in our thoughts during this most difficult time.

Helen and Frank de Ruyter


Oh Madeline, Tammy and Jeff. I am so saddened for the loss of Larry. Where do we begin to r

Paulette Darcy


I am so terribly sad to hear that Larry has passed. He always had a beautiful smile and joke to tell. Madeline, Jeff, and Carolyn please know you are in my thoughts and I wish I could give you all a hug.

Susan Holmes Doherty


Dear Madeline, Richard and I were so sad to hear of Larry’s passing and our hearts go out to you, Tammy, Jeff and the rest of the family. My memories are recalling all the wonderful times we spent together over the years and how kind and loving you and Larry were to me in my early years here. As well as being your husband he was truly a member of our Sheppard-Darrigan families. Will never forget his sense of humour and his keen wit! Safe journey in your travels Larry.

Helen Darrigan


Sending our love and thoughts to the Brady family and extended family members. Gord has known the Brady's for over 20 years, from working with Madeline and Jeff at one time, along with snow mobiling with Larry. Gord has cherished every moment he's been fortunate to share with the Brady family over the years. All our love at this time and going forward always. Gord and Paula and Casey

Paula Robinson


So sorry to hear of Larry's passing. Sending sincere condolences to you and extended family members.

Larry, June Burke & Family


Madeline I am so sorry to hear of Larry’s passing. We walked by your house a couple of days ago & thought something was wrong. Larry was such a nice man. Our thoughts & prayers are with you at this difficult time Please feel free to call if you need anything !! ❤️

Liz & Murray Wannamaker


Freda Burke December 27, 2020 at 10:37 am Reply Dear Madeline, Tammie, Jeff and families, so very sorry to find that Larry has passed. We loved bumping into him at times. Always greeting us with that ready smile that reached his beautiful blue eyes…and his wonderful sense of humor. God Bless you all, sending hugs. Love Jude and Freda.

Freda Burke


I think if you grew up on Sharpe line there will be a fond memory of Larry and Madeline. I remember sitting on the mailboxes at the end of the road and Larry would pull up in his vehicle and give us all a good laugh as he got his mail. Another time he plopped us kids in the back of his truck and took us around the circle of the subdivision (completely acceptable in the 90's), I remember thinking of how 'cool' Larry was. As I grew up my feelings toward Larry never changed! He was always so happy, 'cool' and ready for a witty conversation. Moving away meant I didn't get as much opportunity to speak with him but every time I drove past the subdivision to my mom's a smile went across my face and down the road to the Brady's house. My thoughts are with the Brady family during this extremely difficult time. Xo Whitney Crews (Sharpe)

Whitney Sharpe


So sorry to hear of Larry's passing what a kind friendly man with always a smile

Judy & Jamie Gillis


I am so so sorry to here about Larry

George Knott