Thomas Keith Brady

October 2, 1955September 4, 2013

Thomas “Tom” Keith Brady was born in Tucson, AZ on October 2, 1955 as a twin in a family of 11. After a short battle with cancer Tom passed peacefully on September 4th, 2013. Tom returned to Tucson after proudly served in the US Navy as a Chief Petty Officer Boatswain’s Mate for 20 years spending time overseas, HI and San Diego. Tom was an avid Patriot’s fan and enjoyed his active participation at the VFW #10188. Preceded in death by his parents, Robert J. & Beth E. Brady; brothers, William, Douglas, Richard, Steven & Charles Brady; sisters, Susan Haggerty and Patricia Laskowski (Richard). Survived by brother, Michael Brady; sisters, Barbara Whitney and Terri Kinzer (Tom); nieces, Cindi Buhrig, Kimberly Clifton (Matt), Amanda Elmer (John), Holli Self; nephews, Jeffery Hull (Julie), Tyler Kinzer, Michael Brady Jr ; extended family, Zachary and Paul Olson A 2:00 pm Graveside Service will be held on Tuesday, September 10, at East Lawn Cemetery with reception at 5:00 p.m. at the VFW #10188 at 345 E. Roger Road Tucson, AZ 85705


  • Graveside Service Tuesday, September 10, 2013
  • Reception Tuesday, September 10, 2013

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Kathleen Bourke

January 3, 2014

All of us here at the American Legion Post 820 will miss you. You were a dear friend and a GREAT Commander at our Post. I will always remember your laugh and your friendship. Kathy

Ed Smitley

January 3, 2014

Tom how sad I am to have heard of your passing although I know you are in a better place with all your friends from Imperial Beach who have gone before you. We will miss you but I know someday I will see you again. Rest in peace and know that we now have the watch Chief!

Lynne Montalvan

January 2, 2014

Post 820 in imperial Beach has lost a dear friend. So sad we will never see that constant friendly smile again... May you forever rest in peace...

January 2, 2014

My dear Tom Brady, How I wish I had known you were even ill. I am heartbroken.
You have always been one of my favorite people in the world.I will always remember you so lovingly at Vicki and Pauls wedding. You were such a good friend to all of us.I will miss you so much.You will be in wonderful hands now.

Vicki Hovind

January 2, 2014

My heart break to find Tom here. He was a good friend and for many years. Tom always had a smile on his face and was always willing to help anybody friend or stranger. You will be missed my friend. Rest in peace!

with the Hovinds

Local Neighbor JW

September 11, 2013

Its hard to lose someone we love in death. May the wonderful and comforting words found at 2 Corinthinans 1:3,4 bring peace and comfort. And at this time may you throw all your anxiety on the 'Hear of Prayer'

Heather H

September 11, 2013

Tom u will be missed, I will think of u now at game time we play u on the 24th of Nov and I hope u win this game, I know u will because u guys are a good team and so are my Broncos but I would like them to win again for u!I will always think of u when a Patriots game is on now!!

Sharon,Sherri,&Janelle Wilkinson,Seyfert,Begeman

September 8, 2013

Rest in peace,Tom. We have so many fond memories of the short time we knew you.We had a lot of fun with you with your wonderful sense of humor at the VFW. Especially in the kitchen and at the canteen in the VFW.

Janice Cassidy

September 8, 2013

I'm heartbroken to hear of Tom's passing, my heart goes out to Mike, Barb and Terri. You are in my thoughts and payers.
With deepest sympathy,

Sandi & Don Chute

September 8, 2013

Tom you will be greatly missed by so many friends and family. You were our favorite bartender and also a great guy. Thanks for all of your hard work at the VFW.
We are sending prayers to your family.