In Memory

Betty Brady

Betty Ann Brady passed away on February 27, 2016.

Betty was born on February 4, 1948 to Charles Joseph Brady and Isabella Marjorie Brady in Tucson. She was proceeded in death by her parents and is survived by her sister, Tina Brady, her brother Chip Brady (Tina) and her nieces, Monika and Sophia Brady, as well as her ants, Joan Brady Martinez and Megar Norman as well as many cousins.

For almost forty years, Betty was a real Estate agent with Long Realty from 1979 up to her death.

Always vivacious and enthusiastic, she was passionate about her work in real estate and the community in which she became such a vital part.

A lover of beauty and music, Betty was a notorious fan of her favorite group, The Rolling Stones, whose concerts she had attended over fifty times throughout the world.

Betty embraced live and will be remembered for her generosity and unselfish, caring love for her friends and family.

A celebration will be held on Sunday, March 20, 2016 from 4 PM to 6 PM. Call 780-6868 or 906-0620 for location.

In lieu of flowers, her family requests that donations in Betty’s memory be made to the Humane Society of Southern Arizona or to the Transplant General Fund #3197, Banner Health Foundation, 2901 N. Central Avenue, #160, Phoenix, Arizona 85012.

Published in The Arizona Daily Star on March 13, 2016

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03/17/16 01:16 PM #5    

Sid Dawson

Betty was a life long friend. I will miss her but will never forget her. Peace be with her soul 

03/17/16 01:49 PM #6    

Angie McAlpin (Williams)


03/17/16 03:55 PM #7    

Mary Ellen Moore (Olson)

So glad I got to see Betty at the reunion.  So sorry it was the last time.  Betty was bigger than life and I'm with Emily, she is partying with the angels!  


03/17/16 05:48 PM #8    

Mike Margolis

We are deeply sadened to hear of Betty's passing,  We were fortunate enought to joke around with her at the last two reuninions.  If there was anything going on health-wise at the last reunion, we were unaware of it, and . Betty didn't let on.  She was always lovely and fun and positive to be with.  We was really wonderful and we will always remember her!  Michael & Lida Margolis 

03/18/16 09:11 AM #9    

Barbara Noak Noack (Perez)

Thou I was not a personal friend of Betty, I know she gave great joy to many. As a Catholic my favorite religious lyrics were written by Father Jan Michael Jonas at the passing of a dear friend,On Eagles Wings.

And he will raise you up on Eagles wings

Bear you on the breath of dawn

Make you to shine like the sun

And hold you in the palm of His hand

May you rest in peace! 

03/18/16 12:30 PM #10    

Jackie Krigstein (Andazola)

So sorry to hear of Betty's passing; I remember her laugh when we first met in elementary school and her welcoming spirit. RIP Betty

03/18/16 03:11 PM #11    

Pat Carrillo

Betty was a special person and a close friend of my cousins. She helped us with negotating the purchase of our home and was generous with her time and  energy. We will always be gratefull to her. Pat and Gigi Carrillo.

03/19/16 01:01 PM #12    

Margaret Higuera (Gallegos)

Time passes quickly, but Betty you are not forgotten.  May you rest in peace. We all have fond memories of you.

Margaret Higuera Gallegos

03/20/16 12:03 PM #13    

Linda Russell (Parris)

I am so glad I got to see you at the reunion.  May you rest in peace sweet lady.

03/30/16 04:41 PM #14    

Kristin Larson (Teran)

Betty was a great friend!  I truly missed being at the reunion and seeing her.  Betty knew how to have a good time and make everyone feel welcome!  She also loved the Beatles, and if my memory serves me right she went to one of their first concerts in Vegas I think.  She will definitely show all the angels a really good time with lots of laughs, love, and acceptance..... even for the "fallen ones"!  Ironically, I think she was in the hospital at UMC here in Tucson in Feb. at  the same time I spent 5 days there, and I did not know it.  Somehow I was not aware of the Memorial Service for her, but I will never forget her spirit on Earth.  May she always now be at peace knowing how much she was loved by so many.  Kristin Larson Teran



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