Mitchell Charles MacGrady

Mitchell Charles MacGrady was an outgoing man dedicated to his family, friends and community.
Mr. MacGrady, a property manager and realtor, died in the early morning hours of Monday, October 8th from injures he sustained when he lost control of his motorcycle. He was 49.
Mr. MacGrady was born in Sidney, Montana, moving to College Station with his family in his early teens. He lived in Austin for several years, working in the entertainment industry as a manager for several nightclubs. He returned to his “Texas hometown” in 1991 to pursue a career in real estate and be near his family.
Riding his beloved Harley was his passion. Whether it was a short trip to the next bike show, a charity toy run or a long scenic haul to another state, he enjoyed riding alone or with friends. He was well-respected and made friends easily. He wanted people to see him for who he was and wasn’t really concerned with an “image.” His philosophy of life was “take me as I am.” He had tremendous wit, a wicked sense of humor and his friends and family were often caught between the two.
Mr. MacGrady is survived by his parents, Karmen and Gene Stevens of Bryan; three sisters, Roberta MacGrady of Glendive, MT., Tracy Stevens of Las Vegas, NV, Kolleen Sulik and brother in law, Pete Sulik of College Station, niece Laine Sulik and nephew Travis Loy of Glendive, MT.
At Mitch’s request there will not be a funeral. Instead there will be a time for remembering and celebrating his life. A Sunset Service is scheduled for Monday, October 15th at 7 p.m. at Harvestfield Church @ Yankee’s Tavern, Carlos, Texas (Hwy 30 @ FM 244)

May your spirit be lifted on mighty wings of eagles.

In lieu of flowers the family requests memorial contributions be made to one of the following charities Mitch supported:
Scotty’s House or The Lake Loon Toy Run, c/o Citizen’s Bank, P.O. Box 518, Somerville, TX. 77879.

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  1. Mitch was a great person and will be dearly missed by all who knew him. He was loved by many people and touched several lives. My thoughts and prayers are with his familty.

  2. I live at DoubleTree, a complex Mitch managed. Anything I ever needed or needed to complain about he was always so willing to help or just listen. He was a great man and will be greatly missed.

  3. Mitch had a kind heart and was a good friend. He will be missed. His family is in my thoughts and prayers. Rest in Peace Mitch.

  4. I met Mitch 24 yrs ago. We worked together in Austin. Everyone loved Mitch.
    Rest in peace Mitch, from all of your extended Austin family. You will be greatly missed! My heart and prayers go out to the family.

  5. Mitch was a wonderful man,and will be missed so much.
    I have a story to share with his family and friends ….
    When i moved to BCS in 1991,I rented a duplex from Brazosland and Mitch was working there at the time.
    I was going through a divorce and moved with my two year old son,for a new start an knew no one.
    My kitchen floor was coming up but could be fixed,It was so old and out dated,not to mention ugly.
    I asked him could he just get me a new floor instead of repair the old ugly one?
    Of course it would cost the company he worked for more money but he said ,Yes ….I guess he saw that I was starting out and wanted to help me out.
    Mitch was the first friend I had when I moved to BCS 17 years ago and the first person to show me kindness. And through the years we had remained friends.He came and laid that kitchen floor himself……I knew then he was a good guy.He saw I was having a rough time and did what he could to make my 2 year old so happy in our new home.
    So May God bless you Mitch for just being you .
    The kindest most awesome friend,Thanks for your wonderful kind heart you will be truly missed in this friends heart,for a very long time.

    I just wanted to share a true story with all of you ,but if you were Mitch’s friend you know his heart.
    My prayers are with all of his family and friends may God grant you a healing heart.

    Laura Anderson-Matus

  6. I know that Mitch died doing what he loved the most. Mitch always said if he died on his bike, it was okay with him.
    You never got to see me roll into Yankee’s on my new two wheels! You have been a friend for so long…I loved you in life, and will continue to miss you. Also, I’m sure your family is taking good care of Snowball and Bear.
    Nancy Williamson LaPorte,TX

  7. Karmen – Gene, I’m sorry to hear about Mitch. He was good man and it was a pleasure to know him as well as work with him. He will be missed.

  8. Mitch was an awesome friend to me for many years. He helped me learn to ride and we had some great trips together on our Harley’s. I know he died doing something he truly loved. My deepest condolences, thoughts, and prayers go out to his family at this difficult time. Mitch you will be deeply missed!

  9. To express our deep sympathy to you in your loss.
    The American Legion
    Earl Graham Post 159

  10. I just learned of Mitch’s passing. I didnt know him well, but I know the world has lost a good man. The word that comes to mind when I think of Mitch is ‘real’. It’s a shame–he will be missed.


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