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“Sending my thoughts & prayers during this difficult time. With deepest sympathy. Carol English Ferullo ”
1 of 29 | Posted by: Carol Ferullo - Winthrop, MA

“I am so deeply sorry for your loss and wish I could be there in person to pay my respects. Your dad was such a thoughtful man. I knew him growing up...Read More »
2 of 29 | Posted by: Tracy Vasselin - Attleboro, MA

“Maureen & Family,I am sorry to hear of your loss. You are in my thoughts and prayers. ”
3 of 29 | Posted by: Janice Demeo - Waltham, MA

“Maureen and Paul and extended Family,What can one say - he was The Greatest !Always a smile and a welcoming persona - though he was my Uncle - he was...Read More »
4 of 29 | Posted by: Gary McNeill - Needham, MA

“Maureen my thoughts are with you and your family. Although I only met your dad a few times, he touched my heart with his charming gentleman ways!My...Read More »
5 of 29 | Posted by: Noreen Barbaro - Wilmington, MA

“Maureen and family,I loved your Dad ( who didn't) he was the most gracious gentleman with a smile that lit up the room. I enjoyed having lunch with...Read More »
6 of 29 | Posted by: Patty Bertrand - Billerica, MA

“Dear Maureen, Paul and Family, We were so sorry to hear of Paul's passing. He was a wonderful man who shared his kindness and love freely...Read More »
7 of 29 | Posted by: Karen Peterson - Waltham, MD

“Paul and family I'm very sorry for your loss loved your dad. Be was a great guy ”
8 of 29 | Posted by: George Beck - Waltbam, MA

“I never met a nicer, more gentle man. Fond memories of our vsits to Brady Beef as a kid. Rest in peace Mr. Brady and my condolences to his family. ”
9 of 29 | Posted by: Emily Stanton

“Maureen and Paul we are sorry to hear of your dad's passing. As with most in Waltham we first met him thru Brady Beef back in the mid 70's, but then...Read More »
10 of 29 | Posted by: David & Dottie Bergeron - Maynard, MA

“In 1981, my first assignment at my newly acquired Council on Aging job was to ask Paul Brady if he would donate hams for the senior citizen ham and...Read More »
11 of 29 | Posted by: Ruth Gately - Waltham, MA

“I have fond memories of my trips to the meat market.....Laul was always si friendly & helpful. I am so sorry for your loss. God Bless. ”
12 of 29 | Posted by: Elaine Harvey - Waltham

“Our deepest sympathy and love to Paul's family. There was never a time when we met Paul when he didn't greet us with his warm, welcoming smile and...Read More »
13 of 29 | Posted by: Gerry and Bud Chiasson - Waltham, MA

“Our heart goes out to the family. Paul was a warm, caring and loving person who we were so blessed to know. The Coyne Family ”
14 of 29 | Posted by: A friend

“Paul and Sue we are so sorry for your loss. A life well lived.❤ ”
15 of 29 | Posted by: Michael and Barbara Coughlin - MA

“My sincere thoughts and prayers are with Paul's family and friends. I had the pleasure of knowing him for too short a time from Concord Park where he...Read More »
16 of 29 | Posted by: Mark Higgins - Maynard, MA

“To the Brady Family:Please accept our sincere condolences on your loss. Mr. Brady was someone who was always a pleasure to see. We had many great...Read More »
17 of 29 | Posted by: Bill and Gloria and the Champion Family - MA

“Maureen & Peter, & family,So deeply sorry for your losse.Rosemary Kelly-SheehanJimmmy Kelly ”
18 of 29 | Posted by: Rosemary Kelly - Naples,, FL

“Paul you will always be in my heart. It was a pleasure knowing you from working at Concord Park. I love your smile and the songs that you sang to me....Read More »
19 of 29 | Posted by: Sharon Sawyer - Ayer, MA - Friend

“Sorry for your loss. I only met your dad once. At a x-mas party over Pete's house in Milton. I thought he was a hot ticket and I instantly liked him. ”
20 of 29 | Posted by: Bill Bennett - Milton, MA

“We've all lost a very special gentleman. Paul was always friendly and kind. He deserves his place in Heaven and I'm sure that's where he is. ”
21 of 29 | Posted by: Dom Viscione - Waltham, MA

“May God hold you all in the palm of his hand. Pop was a wonderful man, who left an admirable legacy. What a role model for all. Love and prayers...Read More »
22 of 29 | Posted by: Darcy Culverwell - Boston, MA

“Thinking of all the wonderful times we had with your mom and dad as part of our ME community. We werve so blessed by their sharing. They hold a...Read More »
23 of 29 | Posted by: Julie Stanton - Friend

“Mr. Brady (Pop).. you were so loved by your family. Mac and I feel honored to have known you. You always had smile on your face and had nice...Read More »
24 of 29 | Posted by: Donna Hayes - Weston, MA - Friend

“Your Dad loved life, his family and his friends. I'm sorry for your loss. He was a good man. ”
25 of 29 | Posted by: David Creamer - Attleboro, MA

“Many good and funny memories of our days at Brady beef. He was a good boss and tought us all so much. Enjoy being reunited with your bride me B ”
26 of 29 | Posted by: Eileen LeBlanc - Billerica, MA

“Your Dad loved life, his family and his friends. I'm sorry for your loss. He was a good man. ”
27 of 29 | Posted by: David Creamer - Attleboro, MA

“Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers. Much love, The Langley's ”
28 of 29 | Posted by: The Langley Family - Medway, MA

“Mr Brady was the nicest man. He always had a great smile and always had a funny joke. He will be missed by all that new him. And the mail box can...Read More »
29 of 29 | Posted by: John Veneto - Mahomer, IL


Waltham – Mr. Paul J. Brady, of Waltham, died Friday, November 3, 2017 at his home following a period of declining health. He was 89.

Paul was born in Waltham on June 27, 1928, a son of the late Clarence and Mary Alice (LeBlanc) Brady, and had been a lifelong resident. He was a graduate of Waltham High School and served with the United States Army during the Korean War.

When he left the service he trained as a butcher and began a forty year career as the proprietor of Brady Beef Company on Elm Street in Waltham. After retirement Paul began a second career as the office manager for Maguire Associates in Concord where he loved the work and the people that he worked with.

On May 11, 1957 he married his sweetheart, Brighton native Elizabeth A. McNeill, in Saint Columbkille Church on Market Street and the couple made Waltham their lifelong home.

Paul was a longtime sponsor of the Waltham Little Nippers Baseball League where he coached the Yankees for a number of years. He was also a faithful parishioner of Saint Mary's Church where he'd been a member of the Holy Name Society, a lector at Sunday masses and a member of the parish council. He also belonged to the Joseph F. Hill American Legion Post No. 156 in Waltham.

He and Elizabeth enjoyed thirty-nine happy years together before her death on December 6, 1996 . . . and when the page turned and his name was on it he was looking forward to their grand reunion.

He leaves his children, Maureen Veneto and her husband, Peter, of Waltham and Paul J. Brady, Jr. and his wife, Susan, of Wayland; his grandchildren, Joseph O'Brien, James O'Brien and his wife, Lindsay, Shealagh Duca and her husband, Thomas, and Leah, Shane and Jake Brady; his step-grandchildren, Nicole and Gillian Veneto; his great-grandchildren, Ellie Grace and Conor Blake O'Brien; his sister, Alice Lupinski of Waltham and many nieces and nephews.

Paul was also the brother of the late Robert Brady.

Family and friends will honor and remember Paul's life by gathering for calling hours in The Joyce Funeral Home, 245 Main Street (Rte. 20), Waltham on Wednesday, November 8th from 4 to 8 p.m. and again at 9 a.m. on Thursday morning before leaving in procession to Saint Mary's Church, 133 School Street, Waltham where his Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery, Waltham.

Memorial donations may be made to the Waltham Council on Aging, 488 Main Street, Waltham, MA 02452.