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Condolences for Brady Clifton McKelvey

Becky O’HaraFriday, April 9th

Thinking of all of you and remembering your wonderful boy with a smile and a prayer. He touched so many lives. May these memories sustain you.
With warm thought and prayers,
Becky O’Hara

Rose & Don SilverthornFriday, April 9th

Our prayers are with you all, we are sorry for your loss, sending hugs, and much love.

Joanie DantzigFriday, April 9th

You are right- Brady will never be forgotten. I have many memories of Brady in school and with the Scouts and Leo's. My prayers are with you and for you. I believe there is a heaven and I know Brady is there now. Love and prayers, Joanie Dantzig

Whitny GibersonFriday, April 9th

I am sorry and thinking of you guys. I remembered his always bright up face when he came for his horseback riding lesson and can see how much he love Major. I can see how much he loved the horses and this sport. May he Rest In Peace.

Scot McClellanFriday, April 9th

I am very sorry for your loss. Brady always made basketball a fun evening. His positive personality helped make practices a fun time. All his fellow athletes liked being with Brady. He will be missed by all.

Barry MusselmanFriday, April 9th

I only new Brady during my time with the Scout Troop, but the news of his passing certainly caught me off guard. The time spent with Brady and the other young men was time well spent. Brady will be missed by all. I pray the family can find peace after such a tragedy. Blessings to you all.
Love, Barry and Joy Musselman

sherry chaseFriday, April 9th

Dear Aunt Jane, Uncle Jim and Casey,
Our deepest condolences at this most difficult time.
Brady certainly left a huge impact on all of us. He had a smile that could light up even the darkest of days. Brady lived life to the fullest. He was a gentle soul who will forever be in our hearts. Brady was an inspiration to us all.
I, will cherish all the great memories we shared.

Tom and Joan CicakSaturday, April 10th

Our hearts are filled with love and prayers for all who loved Brady as we did. We will miss his sweet voice and generous spirit.May you find peace.

Alice RodenbaughSaturday, April 10th

I have been in a total shock since I heard it's hard for me to find the words. My heart goes out to your family. Brady was an inspiration to us all and will be rembered fondly in our hearts always love Alice and Kelsey

Erika MosserSaturday, April 10th

I am heartbroken to hear this news. I am so very sorry and thinking of you all Janis, Scrufty and Casey. Brady will always be remembered. I have wonderful memories visiting with Brady and all of you... over the years. There are so many to list. Take day by day. Hoping and wishing the memories will help you find peace and strength. Much love to you all.

Jay and Gwenn, Hannah and Sarah TalbottSaturday, April 10th

We would like to offer our sincerest condolences on your loss. We will always remember Brady's big smile, his wanting to help people and the joy that horse riding gave him. We are glad for the connection between our family and your family through One Step at a Time and Jo Wood.

We trust that the many years you had together will bring you comfort and help you get through these days of sorrow. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

Love,
Jay, Gwenn, Hannah, and Sarah

Sara GoldenSunday, April 11th

We are thinking of you all and praying for you. Brady could certainly light up a room with that sweet smile and kind personality. We always enjoyed watching him at basketball. He very rarely missed a basket and beamed as he gathered high fives from everyone on the team. It was impossible not to smile. You raised a remarkable son. I hope you find some comfort in knowing what a blessing he was to so many.

Jenn HobbsSunday, April 11th

Janis & Family,

I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Janis, I remember meeting him when we worked together, he always had a nice smile & was a nice kid.

Jenn Hobbs

Pam and Galen GerhartWednesday, April 14th

Jane, Jim and Casey were dedicated to helping Brady reach his full potential and be the best he could be. They involved him in activities that he loved and enjoyed. HE WAS THE BEST. He was a kind, gentle and loving soul who will be missed by us all. I hope the hole that his passing has left will in some way be filled with all their special memories.

Stephanie FerraraWednesday, April 14th

Dear Mr. & Mrs. McKelvey,
I'm sorry to hear about Brady. I remember being in class together. We also went bowling.
We both loved class parties. I'm sorry I haven't seen him in a very long time.
Brady's classmate,
Stephanie Ferrara
***written by Steph, entered by her mother

Sally LinderFriday, April 16th

I am so very sorry to hear about Brady. I enjoyed spending time with Brady at SOUL Club for several years. He was so enthusiastic! He always had a smile on his face.
What a huge loss to all that loved him. He made the world a better place! ❤️

Dan, Sarina and Luke MyersSaturday, April 17th

I believe that Saint Peter needed help as greeter at the gate of Heaven. Brady was truly a fine young man with a personality that will be remembered, and the memories will always bring a smile to our faces. We will miss his "Gentle Giant" presence. Your whole family is in our thoughts and prayers that you can find peace and healing. Stay close to friends and family. We love you.

Christopher BeveridgeMonday, April 19th

Terrible knot in stomach when I found out. I don't know what to say.

Heather Brauer (Frederick)Monday, April 19th

I'm so sorry to hear about Brady. He was such a sweetheart. I cant imagine how this loss feels. I'm praying for you guys.

donna schweibertWednesday, April 21st

So very sorry for the family's loss. Rest in peace, Brady.

Richard BrozenskeWednesday, April 21st

I will miss you Brady.

Kevin MeyerMonday, April 26th

We are all saddened by Brady's passing. He was a light to us all with his wonderful smile and cheerful attitude. It was great to have known him through Challenger Baseball, Special Olympics Softball, and ultimately The Miracle League. Thanks to the McKelvey family for sharing him with us. It was a blessing to have Brady be part of our organizations. While I'm sure this is a very difficult time, please take comfort in knowing that Brady was a wonderful individual and that he was a reflection on you. Regards, Kevin & Mary Meyer

James MurphyTuesday, May 4th

I was so honored to have known Brady these last 23 years! I enjoyed being able to care for him as his Dentist. Brady was a positive guy! When I would ask him how he was doing, he would say GREAT, or FANTASTIC!

He always greeted me with a smile and a nice handshake. I am humbled by his parents and his brother who took excellent care of Brady.

Brady will be missed by me all of our office staff who he touched over the years.

God Bless you Brady!

Maureen ArnoldWednesday, June 16th

Dear Mr. and Mrs. McKelvey,
I am so sorry to hear of Brady’s passing. I just found out today! It hit me like a brick. I remember that little 5 year old so many years ago in our class at Stackpole Elementary. He was one of my absolute favorite students. I remember him fondly! I remember my own kids being invited to his birthday party and riding the horse! They remember that and were also saddened to hear the news. I will be on the lookout for his memorial service. Please know you are in my thoughts. Brady has a special place in my heart.
Warmly,
Maureen Arnold

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