Jack Brady of Watertown passed away unexpectedly from natural causes, at his residence on Oct. 28.
Jack was the son of John Brady and Bernice Comeau Brady and the brother of Charles Brady of Waterbury Center, Vt., Donna Brady Rollo of Nashville, Tenn., and the late Robert Brady. He also leaves behind two nephews and two nieces (James Brady Thacker of Nashville, Tenn.; Sean Oakes of Seabrook, N.H.; Kate Cosgriff of Minneapolis and Heather Cosgriff of Piermont, N.Y. – his beloved aunts and uncles Norbert Comeau, Lorraine Lawn, and Muriel Chapman of Marshfield – all of his Harrington and Comeau cousins and special long-time friends Richard and Marie Volleman and their daughters Lee, Rachel, and Michelle.
Jack attended St. Patrick’s elementary school and graduated from Watertown High School in 1969. He was a long-term employee at Campbell’s Hardware and a member of the Hibernians. Jack loved being out in nature; fishing and boating; lobstering and vacationing in Manomet with the Harringtons; hunting in Vermont at his brother’s; playing with his siblings as a child on the Chapman “farm” in Durham; and telling stories around the campfires at his sister’s in New Hampshire.
Jack will always be loved and remembered for his kind, compassionate, and loving ways and for his willingness to help others.
In lieu of flowers, contributions in Jack’s memory can be made to the American Cancer Society. A memorial service will be held in the spring and in mid-spring the website for MacDonald Rockwell & MacDonald Funeral Home will announce the details.