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Richard Thomas Brady

11/15/1938 - 11/15/2021

Richard Thomas Brady

11/15/1938 - 11/15/2021


Obituary For Richard Thomas Brady

Richard "Dick" Thomas Brady, 83, of Bristol passed away peacefully at Hope Health Hospice in Providence, surrounded by his loving family. Born in Providence, He was the son of the late Thomas and Ann (Waring) Brady. He was the husband of the late Monica (Regan) Brady.
Dick served on the Board of Directors and was a proud member of the East Bay Community Action Program. He enjoyed being on the water and was a member of the RI Saltwater Anglers club in Coventry. One of Dick's great achievements, however, was helping to create the Waypoyset Preserve in Bristol.
Dick is survived by his two sons, Paul Brady and his wife Suzanne of Coram, NY and Adam Brady and his wife Tami of Columbus, IN, his daughter, Ellen McPartlin and her husband John of Glen Head, NY and his four grandchildren, Abigail, Benen, Jordan and Molly. He was the brother of the late Joan Johnson.
Arrangements are with Smith Funeral & Memorial Services, 8 Schoolhouse Rd. Warren, where the family receive relatives and friends on November 27, 2021, 1-3 PM. A prayer service in his honor will be held at 2:30PM.
In Lieu of flowers the family asks that donations be made to East Bay Community Action:
Attn: Finance Department
19 Broadway
Newport, RI 02840
In Memorial of Dick Brady
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  • My condolences for the loss of Dick Brady. We were on the Ebcap board together. I appreciate being blessed to have worked with and learned from him. He displayed how after retirement a person can make a difference in my community.

  • Dick was a pleasure to work with. He always made me smile! I loved hearing stories about his life experiences and his family. He was, indeed, a fascinating person. I feel lucky to have known him. Many condolences to Dick's family. Rest In Peace, Dick. Caroline Burns

  • Dick was a hard serious-minded, hard working, responsible and smart man. Loyal and committed to his role on the Board of EBCAP; nothing got past him. I enjoyed him telling me about his family, his childhood and life experiences. He was a fascinating man; he will be missed. Rest in Eternal Peace, Dick Bob Crossley, VP Behavioral Health, EBCAP

  • I am a member of the EBCAP Board of Directors. Dick served as a role model for me when I first joined that group. I so admired Dick's long term dedication to EBCAP. He always paid attention to detail, always seeking the best way to meet EBCAP's goals. He will be sorely missed. RIP dear Dick.

  • Please accept my sincerest condolences on the passing of Mr. Brady. I participated in board meetings with him for EBCAP, and his devotion to the cause, and his attention to details with respect to presentations and reports, was keen. Karin M. Donovan Director of Compliance & Credentialing, EBCAP

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