William Joseph Brady, Jr. 88 transcended March 17, 2013. He was a Supervisor of Marketing and Distributive Education with the Georgia Department of Education, 1953-1982. He taught at Queens College, Charlotte, N.C., and at Central Missouri State College, Warrensburg, Missouri, 1951-1953. He was a life member of the Georgia Vocational Association, and served as Treasurer for many years. Upon his retirement from the Georgia Department of Education the Atlanta City Council proclaimed September 30, 1982 as "William 'Bill' Brady Day" in Atlanta. A graduate of the University of Georgia and Washington University in St. Louis, he also attended Florida Southern College, Lakeland, Florida; New York University and Emory University. A veteran of World War II, he served in the 104th Infantry Division as a member of the Quartermaster Company stationed in Europe. A native of Bainbridge, GA. he resided in Atlanta since 1953. His Life Partner for 53 years, James Ted Helms of Atlanta survives him. A memorial service will be held April 14 2013 at 2:00pm at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta, 1911 Cliff Valley Way Atlanta. A celebration will be held immediately afterwards at his and his partner's home, 1099 Sheridan Park, Atlanta.

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  1. To William’s friends and family, we wanted to extend our condolences for your loss. We know the value of comfort when dealing with loss. We have found comfort in the Bible’s promise at Isaiah 25: 8,9. God promises there to wipe the tears from our eyes and to even do away with death, the very thing that causes our pain. We hope you find comfort n the Bible’s message as well.

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