Marc Gregory Brady was a dedicated Philadelphia police officer and committed father, son, brother and friend. He died July 16. He was 32.
Brady was born to Gerald S. Brady Sr. and Sharon O. Bond on August 31, 1979.
He was educated from the Archdiocese of Philadelphia and later graduated from Frankford High School. After graduation, Brady worked at the post office and entered the Philadelphia Police Academy. As a Philadelphia police officer, he served on the force for eight years and worked out of the 22nd police district. The last part of his career was spent at the round house.
As a father to nine children, Brady enjoyed spending time with each of them. He provided joy and happiness to those around him. He was a compassionate and giving person who was willing to lend a helping hand when needed. Brady was a friend to all. He was known to talk and listen with people on the phone and be supportive through their tough times.
Brady loved to make music beats and share his tracks with people. He was talented in many areas and working with electronics was one of his great passions.
Brady leaves to mourn: mother, Sharon Bond; father, Gerald Brady; brothers, Stephen and Gerald Jr.; sisters, Pietra (Gamble), Betty and Rachael; brother-in-law, Anthony Gamble; sister-in-law, Tanisha Brady; children, Latavia, Naseem, Little Marc, Lamena, Justin, Brenden, Te on, Taysir and Nariah; and a host of nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.
Services will be held July 20 at Pentecostal Bridegroom Temple, 2310 Montgomery Ave. The viewing will be from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. The service is at 11 a.m.
Pennick Funeral Home handled the arrangements.