Obituary for Brady Langille
Brady Langille 27-
To say Brady’s life was cut short by most people’s standards would be accurate but for Brady “Standard” was never part of his vocabulary.
Brady came barreling into the world during a major ice storm and kept blasting through life in the same way! Being the 3rd child of course you have to make an impression. He was the baby of the family and needed to be heard. Brady was always an “Elephant in the China Shop”, nothing was safe…clumsy would be an understatement. He was also very forgetful and we loved him for it; you could often hear his mother saying “you would lose your own head if it wasn’t attached to your shoulders”.
Brady had the most charming, infectious smile that always kept you wondering what he was up too, while he was stealing your heart.
He could find anything his mother tried to hide from him. Christmas presents to junk food nothing was safe. Always persistent, he would never give up looking. He could have been a great detective except for the fact that once he found the evidence he likely would have tripped, spilling some kind of chemical over it and having it deemed inadmissible. Brady genuinely loved to make others laugh. In light of his own battles, making others feel better made him whole. Known for doing impersonations and funny voices, Brady seldom answered the phone as himself. Brady could often be heard reminiscing over fond memories with his friends and family, having some drinks and entertaining the crowd. He loved being the life of the party.
Brady loved the outdoors, tracking, trapping, building camps, having fires, fishing and being on the water and of course making friends with the Geese; giving him the title “The Geese Whisper”.
Brady had a heart of gold. He was always willing to lend a hand and loved being needed. He had a larger than life presence, one that will never be forgotten!
Brady is survived by his parents: Andy Langille and Michelle Mills; grandmother, Linda Rose. Siblings; Natasha Gould (Louis) and Justin Mills (Tianah); niece; Alina and nephews, Ethan and Colson; Uncle, Blair Rose (Cindy); Close cousins; Blair Poole, Jessica, Breanah, Amber Rose. Brady is also survived by many Great Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and close friends.
Brady will join his Grandfathers Cecil Rose and Alec Langille along with Good Friend Jimmy Riley.
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