Jerry Ray Brady was born August 10, 1935 in Seneca, Missouri the son of Truman and Lena Bell (Holden) Brady. He passed from this life in Tulsa on Saturday, May 5, 2018 at the age of 82 years.
Jerry was a retired glass glazier and a member of Carbondale Assembly of God. He enjoyed hunting and fishing.
His survivors include son, Mark Brady of Tulsa; daughter, Sandra Meadows of Tulsa; sister, Bernice Kelly of Seneca, MO; grandson, Joshua Brady of Ft. Worth, TX; granddaughters, Melissa Rogers of Sand Springs and Taylor Brady of Ft. Worth, TX and numerous extended family and friends. He was preceded in death by both parents; 6 brothers and 2 sisters.
A graveside service is scheduled for 10am, Saturday, May 19, 2018 in the Seneca Cemetery in Seneca, Missouri. Arrangements are under the direction of Heath-Griffith Funeral Home.
Really enjoyed being your banker! I will miss your fishing stories and humor. SW Tulsa lost a legend. Till we meet again, my friend.
Chris HambyColleyville, TX
The most kindest man I ever met. You will be missed. Fly high with the angels
Sarah PhillipsBroken Arrow, OK
Condolences to Jerry's famiky he was always so kind and always had a story to tell! He was well known in the dance hall and in the pharmacy I worked at! May peace be with you all! May God send warm hugs and memories during this time! Prayers for you all!
Ashley ManleyBroken Arrow, OK
We are sad to loss our Uncle Jerry, he was always so good to us. We will miss all the fish stories and fun times with the Family. Sending Prayers From Mike and Roxane
Michael and Roxane KellyRedding, CA
Mom & I are very sorry , we send our condolences. We will miss Uncle Jerry. Kenny & Bernice Kelly.
Kenny KellySeneca, MO
Jerry I'll miss your wit, and just having your friendship. We had some wonderful talks. You helped me in my business more than you'll ever know. Enjoy heaven and your new mansion.
Brian GreerTulsa, OK
We have many fond memories of Jerry. Our love and prayers for the family.
Phil and Colleen WilkersonOwasso, OK
So sorry to hear. Prayers for the family. Jerry was always nice to me.
Mark A. McCombsTulsa, OK