MILES CITY – Lloyd Ross Brady, 60, of Miles City MT, died November 22, 2021, in the Friendship Villa Nursing Home, Miles City, MT of a short-term illness.
He was born October 03, 1961, in Crow Agency, a son of late Henry Brady, Sr. and Juliet Bear Robe. He grew up in the Lame Deer area and received his education at St Labre Indian School in Ashland MT. In his younger years in High School, he was very smart, intelligent in Math and Science which he did a science award with Mr. Nibble. His science teacher at that time. He was raised by late Margaret Brady who always took care of him until he was admitted to the Nursing Home with the help of his beloved sisters Jennifer and Henrietta which he spent his adult year on Clark Street and Friendship villa in Miles City, MT, up until his death.
He enjoyed watching football his favorite team was Patriots because he followed Tom Brady until he played for Tampa Bay and won the super bowl in 2020; Ross had a passion for football. He also loved watching movies and listening to music. When he was with Dennis and Henrietta, he looked forward to stopping at first national pawn and he loaded up on movies and CDs. He also looked forward to online shopping at Walmart with his sister Jennifer from Arizona and mostly enjoyed visiting and going home to family in Crow Agency for holidays and spending time with his nephews, nieces, and grandkids.
A special thanks to the Nurses and CNAs at Friendship Villa Nursing Home for taking care of Lloyd and to his niece (Davida Grant) for helping in taking care of him his last 24 hours of his life that probably meant the world to him as he couldn’t wait for her to finish college to have our own family nurse.
Lloyd (Ross) was preceded in death by his parents, Henry (Juliet) Brady Sr; grandparents; Elmer (Margaret) Brady Sr., Edith (James Paul) Manley, Dale Brady, Sr, and Charles (Margaret) Bear Robe Sr; Sister; Carnrietta, Brady; brothers; Eldon Brady and Henry Brady Jr; Uncles; Dale Brady, James Manley; Ronnie Bearcomesout, Willard Brady, Charles, Joseph, and Andrew Bear Robe; Aunts; Hilda Moss, Imogene, Emmaline and Faith Brady. Nephews; Clinton Sypherd.
Survivors include his sisters, Jennifer Sypherd of Phoenix Arizona; Henrietta (Dennis Whiteman) of Crow Agency and his brother, Henley (Bobbi) Brady of Hardin, his uncles, Arnold Brady, and Elmer Brady Jr.; aunts, Agnes Bear Robe, Joyce Bear Robe and Veronica Starving Bear Craig; five nephews, Cyrus Stewart Jr, Criston (Norveda) Stewart, Kyle (Leanna) Sypherd, Deaver (Claire) Alden and Bryan Brady; four nieces; Davida (Alonzo) Grant, Cassidy Brady, Jaimie and Jenny Brady and twelve grandchildren. As well as extended family including the Brady, Braided Hair, Whiteman, Whistling Elk, Sandcrane, Medicine Top, Holmes, Limpy, Bear Comes Out, Manley, Littlewhiteman, Kills Night, White Dirt, Red Cherries and Bear Robe families.
Our family is large; if we have missed you, please accept our apology.
Graveside services will be held on Monday, November.29, at 11:00 am, Allison Bixby Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Lame Deer. Stevenson & Homes has been entrusted with the arrangements.