Brady, Daniel Alan (Rising Fawn)

Saturday, December 2, 2017

Daniel Alan Brady, 70, of Rising Fawn, died at his residence on Monday, November 27, 2017. Mr. Brady was born May 6, 1947 in Dennis, Oh. to Ben and Lois Brady. He was a veteran of the U.S. Navy, enlisting after graduating from Gnadenhutten High School, and retiring as a weapons officer in Nuclear Subs with the rank of lieutenant commander in 1985. After retiring, he was employed by NASA at John C. Stennis Space Center as a Safety Engineer in the Rocket Testing Lab where he retired from in 2011. Mr. Brady was a member or Saint Katherine Drexel Catholic Church, Forth Degree Knights of Columbus – Council 7146, and a member of the American Legion Post 106.

He was preceded in death by his parents Ben and Lois Brady.

Surviving include his wife Sue Marco Brady of Rising Fawn; son Daniel A. (Billie) Brady, Jr. of St. Stephens, SC; daughter Arlene (Tucker) Watkins of Henderson, NC; daughter Shannon (Jeff) Hughes of Colorado Springs, Co.; son Joseph Brady of Meridian, Ms.; five grandchildren Stephaine Snowden, Jazmin Brady, Anna Watkins, Acea Ange, and Tristan Watkins; former wife and mother of his children Irene Brady; sister Linda (John) Capes of Dennison, Oh.; also several nieces and nephews. 

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Amvets Auxiliary 1338, 1400 Lake Road NW, Dover, Oh. 44622.

A memorial mass will be held at noon on Saturday, Dec. 2 at Saint Katherine Drexel Catholic Church in Trenton with Father Tom Shuler officiating.

Arrangements by Ryan Funeral Home and Crematory, Trenton.

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