Marjorie A. Brady
May 10, 1924 – August 31, 2019
Marjorie (Remington) Brady
Marge Brady passed away on August 31, 2019. She was born May 10, 1924 to Calvin and Agnes Remington in Lincoln. She was the smallest premature baby to survive at that time at 2 pounds and 11 ounces, brought home in a shoe box. Marge worked at the Lincoln Air Force Base for three years as a receptionist/secretary in the Identification Bureau, similar to FBI work. Marge married Richard Brady on September 1, 1944, living in Lincoln throughout their marriage. They owned Brady Heating and Air Conditioning from 1962 to 1989 when they both retired. Marge loved traveling the US in their motor home. Marge and Dick took pride in the fact that they has been through every town and on every road in Nebraska. She also loved reading and knitting.
She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Richard, infant brother Kenneth, sisters Gene Turnbull and Nancy Connealy and daughter in law, Velda Brady. Survivors include her brother Richard Remington, children Karen (Brady) McLaughlin and husband Larry; Michael Brady; Kathy (Brady) Kister and husband Jack; Tim Brady and wife Barb; Ken Brady and wife Kim and Bruce Brady and wife Camille, as well as twelve grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
Private family services will be held. Memorials may be given to a charity of your choice.
No services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Marjorie A. Brady
September 5, 2019
Tim & Barb:
Sorry to hear of your mother's passing. Coming to terms with someone’s leaving who’s been so close and dear to us is hard. No point in life is right for the loss of an immensely loved one no matter the timing, circumstances, or our deeply held beliefs. The ensuing change can be scary…especially the unknown even if we are familiar with its path.
Nothing will be the same but not to say it won’t be for better. Change can be good for us if we choose to embrace it for what it is. Accept that no matter what we have or could have humanly done would’ve changed the outcome. Know that time heals and will comfort us and those who morn with you.
As time passes, there will always be those moments that cause us to take a pause, reflect, to shed a tear. But there will be many more moments that cause us to take a pause and smile or laugh like we could never have done before. Those are the times and the stories we will remember best and retell the most the rest of our lives and gives us solace that no life has been lived and gone unnoticed.
Our best wishes to you and your family.
Wayne & Georgia Wacker