Patricia Brady Obituary, Death – Unexpectedly, Patricia Ann “Pat” Brady, who was 58 years old at the time of her death, passed away at her home on the 16th of December in the year 2022. Pat Brady is the daughter of Eula Mae Wiggins Vopelak, who also passed away, and the late Charles Brady. Pat’s grandfather, Charles Brady, also passed away. Another member of Pat’s family who passed away was his grandmother, Eula Mae Wiggins Vopelak. Pat was born in Georgetown on September 12th, 1964. This was during the year 1964. She was a teacher at the Saints Delight Pentecostal Holiness Church, where she also worked as a teacher for the children during the summer vacation bible school, in addition to being a member of that church and working as a teacher there. Pat’s favorite things to do included making crafts, most notably wreaths, as well as cooking, cruising, going to Darlington Race Day, and above all else, spending time with her family, most notably with her granddaughters.
Other favorite things of Pat’s included cruising, going to Darlington Race Day, and going to cruises. Surviving members of the family include a daughter whose name is Shallon Brady McConnell (Courtney) and who resides in Andrews; two granddaughters whose names are Blakely McConnell and Addison “Addie” McConnell, both of whom also reside in Andrews; an aunt whose name is Janie Dean and who resides in Georgetown; a nephew whose name is Lance Britt and who resides in Jamestown; a special cousin whose name is Prior to her departure, her cherished members of the family, including her stepfather Donald Vopelak, her sister Tammy Britt, her nephew Marty Robin “Pappy” Britt, Jr., and other members of her family, all passed away.
Funeral services are scheduled to take place at Saints Delight Pentecostal Holiness Church on Wednesday, December 21, 2022 at 11 AM. Immediately after the conclusion of the funeral rituals, the body will be transported to the Wiggins Cemetery for burial. On Tuesday, December 20, 2022, beginning at six o’clock in the evening and continuing through eight o’clock in the evening, the family will be hosting a get-together at Saints Delight Pentecostal Holiness Church for members of the extended family as well as friends. The family would like to express their thanks to Ashley Thomas, Dr. Mark Triana, and Amedysis Home Health, in addition to the large number of other friends and neighbors who provided Pat with compassionate care and friendship for the duration of his life.