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Robert E. Brady

October 25, 1953 - June 7, 2024

Anyone who knew Robin is welcome to attend his celebration of life and bring a covered dish or food of choice to Village Square Conference Center Saturday June 15, 2024 from 2:00 – 8:00 pm.

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Robert(Robin) Eugene Brady, 70, passed away suddenly on June 7, 2024 at his home/shop.

He was born October 25, 1953 in Clarksburg, WV, the son of the late Robert Thomas Brady and lla Garrett.

He was married to Rhonda Conrad early in his life who he fathered three children with and then later spent 30 years with his girlfriend Cynthia Ware whom he fathered one child with.

He was a hardworking man who predominantly put the needs of others before his own.

He was the brother to the late Randall, Roger, and Ronald Brady. He has two surviving brothers, Joseph and James Clutter whom he loved dearly.

He is the father of Crystal Brady, Robert (Robbie) Brady III, Jason Brady, and Zachary Ware.

His grandkids are Skylar Brady, Rebecca Brady, Brooklyn Dottellis, Maryonna Hill, Bella Brady, Maddie Nicholson, and Gemma Nicholson.

Robin started working for the City of Clarksburg Waterboard in his youth and later W.R. Drake Plumbing before starting his own business Brady’s Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling in 1980. He later in life worked at M and F Products where he continued to work until his passing.

He enjoyed plumbing and taught many people who continue to work in the trade to this day. His son (Robbie) loved working by his dad’s side and is thankful for everything his dad taught him.

He loved his daughter Crystal and always believed in her with all his heart. He loved his sons Jason and Zach with all his heart and was there for them any chance he got and truly enjoyed spending time with their daughters.

He loved hot rods and was restoring a 1968 Dodge Dart GT (his baby) and a car that he had as a young man. He was close to finishing it before his passing and never got the chance to drive it, but his family will make sure it hits the streets to burn some rubber for him one day.

He enjoyed playing poker machines, going to yard sales with his son Jason and collecting marbles with him too. He was an avid collector of flashlights and thermometers and could never say no to a good deal. He accumulated quite a bit of antiques over the years, and they were his prized possessions.

He never knew a stranger and would help anyone in need and always did his whole life.

He loved all his friends and welcomed them to hang out with him at his shop quite frequently or McDonald’s just to sit and talk for hours to them.

He was a loving man, great son, wonderful father, caring brother, and a great friend. He will be missed by everyone he ever knew because he impacted everyone’s life he ever encountered.

He will be missed dearly by his family, friends, his dog Origin, and anyone else who ever knew him.

Anyone who knew Robin is welcome to attend his celebration of life and bring a covered dish or food of choice to Village Square Conference Center Saturday June 15, 2024 from 2:00 – 8:00 pm.

Expressions of sympathy may be extended to the family at www.amoscarvelli.com.  A service of Amos Carvelli Funeral Home.

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