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Thomas Everett Brady

d. March 20, 2024

Long Beach

Thomas Everett Brady, known affectionately as Tom or Tommy passed away on March 20, 2024. He leaves behind a legacy that will be cherished by all those who had the pleasure of knowing him.
 
Thomas dedicated his life to the logging industry, owning his business and working tirelessly in the field. His commitment and passion for his work were truly unmatched. In addition to his successful career, Thomas also served in the Army reserves, demonstrating his unwavering dedication to his country.
 
Outside of work, Thomas found joy in various hobbies and interests. He loved nothing more than spending time outdoors, especially when he was fishing or taking care of yard work. A true family man, Thomas enjoyed watching football and cherished the moments spent with his loved ones.
 
Thomas is survived by his loving wife of 17 1/2 years, Tania M. Brady, who stood by his side through thick and thin. He will be deeply missed by his children, Regina (Lance) Alexander, Alex (Amy) Brady, and Ryan (Dana) Brady; stepchildren, Kaitlynn (Spencer) Dumal, Bryant Dumal, and Krista Dumal; grandchildren, Kaylee Hill, Brady Hill Ladd (Caymon), Ashlyn Brady, Alivia Brady, Will Brady, Hallie Brady, Lilah Brady, and Isla Caudill; great-grandchildren, Keagan Hill, Carsyn Hill, and Kaymeree Hill; sister; Ann (Dub) Barry; as well as numerous other relatives and close friends.
 
Thomas was preceded in death by his parents, William and Martha Brady; brother, Billy Brady; and granddaughter Lilly Hill. Although he may no longer be with us physically, the memories shared with him will continue to live on in the hearts of all who knew him.
 
Thomas Everett Brady will forever be remembered for his hard work, passion for life, and dedication to those he held dear. May he rest in peace knowing that he was loved beyond measure.

Riemann Family Funeral Home, 19130 Commission Road, Long Beach is serving the family. 
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