Brenda Kaye Brady

brenda brady

July 23, 1954 ~ January 10, 2024

Born in: Orange, Texas
Resided in: College Station, Texas

Mrs. Brenda Kaye Brady, 69, of College Station, TX, went home to be with Jesus on Wednesday, January 10, 2024. Mrs. Brady was a loving Mother, Gam Gam, sister, aunt and friend. Before her husband, Tim, went to be with the Lord, she was a loving wife. She stayed home to raise their children. As the years passed, Brenda was blessed with a daughter-in-law and grandson. She loved being a Mama and Gam Gam with all her heart. She also enjoyed spending time with her extended family and friends. She was very close to her sister. They spent many days together laughing and just enjoying life.

In 2020, Brenda was diagnosed with Stage IV lung cancer. Her faith in Christ grew even stronger as she fought the fight of her life. She always believed she would be healed, and when she took her last breath she received eternal healing because she had faith and believed in her Savior, Jesus Christ.

Brenda was preceded in death by her husband, Timothy K. Brady; Parents, Marvin and Ruby Norris; Father and Mother-in-law, Lecil and Edna Brady; Brother-in-law, Lynn Brady; and many other family and friends.
Brenda is survived by her family- Daughter, Breann Brady; Son, Chris Brady and wife, Jacy Brady; Grandson, Fisher Timothy Brady; Brother, Larry Norris; Sister, Linda Salik and husband, Allan Salik; along with many nieces, nephews, cousins, sister and brother-in-laws and friends.

If there was one thing Brenda would want others to know, it is the Lord is Good and Always will Be, even when we go through the storms of this life.
He will cover you with His feathers and under His wings you will find Refuge – Psalm 91:4

In Lieu of Flowers please consider donating to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital or The Magdalen House in Dallas, Texas.

Celebration of Life Tribute for Brenda Brady: 11:00 AM Thursday, February 1, 2024 at Ray of Hope Church of Comanche, Oklahoma.


Celebration of Life Tribute: February 1, 2024 11:00 am

Ray of Hope Church
Highway 81 & Refinery Road
Comanche, Oklahoma 73529


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Memories Timeline


  1. She was my favorite person besides my mom.
    She was a wonderful Christian and defined kindness. Miss her more than words can say.

  2. Brenda was such a caring, loving person. I will truly miss her and our long phone calls. We had so many wonderful times our families spent together. She was the sister I didn’t have. I will miss her so much!

  3. You were so beautiful, brave, and strong . You are missed and we will always have such loving memories ❤️. Prayers for strength and healing during this most difficult time.

  4. My precious cousin, Brenda, I will miss terribly. We grew up spending most Summers together. I will treasure them in my memories, as I loved her very much. My prayers and love are
    with the whole family.

    Karen Griffin Harvey

    • My sister Brenda fought a courageous battle and kept her faith all along. She was a wonderful Christian woman and she and Tim were a beautiful couple who raised two precious children that they were so proud of. My heart is broken but I know she’s in Heaven with her Tim. I miss her so much. She had a servants heart and loved helping others. Rest well my precious sister. We love you.

  5. Sending all of my love and prayers to the family and everyone who loved Brenda. God is always good and although we don’t understand His timing, we can always trust Him and lean into His love and kindness. Love you all ❤️

  6. I’m thankful that you are now pain-free and dancing with Jesus. You were the best example of what it means to have faith in the Lord and to trust in Him. We love you!

  7. It breaks my heart to see Brenda’s pretty face here and accept the fact she’s no longer with us. Comfort is knowing where she is. There’s no doubt! I miss her so much but I am thankful she’s no longer suffering and in pain. I have so many good memories of times spent together, memories I’ll always cherish. Rest in peace dear Brenda. We love you.

  8. My sweet Brenda, you were my best friend for 36 years. We had a lot of good times together back in the days. I’ll always remember what fun we had in San Antonio. The time we took the kids to the duck pond and that one duck chased you all over the place. We had some good laughs along the way. You taught me what true friendship is. Your love for God was always brought up in every conversation we had. My heart is sad that you left us too soon but I have great comfort in knowing you are at home. I’ll miss you always. I love you my bestest friend.

  9. Brenda (BK) was my best friend all through high school and our early twenties. She was a WONDERFUL friend and a precious, godly young woman. There are no words. This world has lost a beautiful soul, but heaven is rejoicing. I’ll see you in heaven, my sweet BK.

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