Brady Peperone Obituary, Death- Brady Peperone, a native and lifelong resident of Ocean Springs, Mississippi, passed away on August 21 at the age of 89.
Edna Naron’s parents, Ford and Huldie Naron, brought her into the world on November 6 in Calhoun County, Mississippi. Her special day is November 6th, and she entered this world in the Magnolia State. Edna had a strong desire to help others, and she was able to put that passion into action by volunteering for a wide variety of organizations in Jackson County, Mississippi.
Edna’s efforts in Jackson County, Mississippi, allowed her to fulfill her ambition. Her family included the late David V. Brady, William L. Brady Sr., and Patricia McClure. David V. Brady, her son, and Patricia McClure, her sister, all predeceased her. Her parents, Ford and Huldie Naron, also did.
There was no one else left in her family but her. Her sons Darryl F. Brady and his wife Dawn, Robert A. Brady and his wife Olivia, and William L. Brady Jr. and his wife Gale are all here today because to her. Each couple here also has at least one child. She is also survived by her daughter-in-law, Georgette Brady, as well as her grandsons, Josh Brady, Darryl Brady, and Victoria Brady, and granddaughters Amber Polk, Courtney Maric, Holly Brady, and
Brady II, Justin Brady, and Luke Brady; great-grandsons Josh Brady, Darryl Brady III, and Luke Brady; great-granddaughters Carsyn Polk, Sara Kate Polk, and Evie Maric. Her great-grandsons, Josh Brady, Darryl Brady III, and Luke Brady, will carry on her legacy after she is gone.She taught second grade for over twenty years at College Park Elementary School in Gautier, Mississippi, after completing her education. almost the course of her tenure, she educated almost 200 individuals.
Her undergraduate and graduate training in primary education were both completed at the University of Southern Mississippi, from which she earned a bachelor’s and a master’s degree, respectively. She has also been a teacher for the greater part of a decade in the state of Georgia. Edna began working as a counselor and GED teacher at the Home of Grace as well as a volunteer for Jackson County and the Occupational Safety and Health Auxiliary when she retired.
She is presently the current incumbent in all of these roles. She applied for each of these positions after she began working, and was offered and accepted each one. Edna enjoyed tending to the garden in her leisure time, and it was one of her favorite pleasures, along with reading. She faithfully attended and participated in the First Baptist Church of Vancleave, Mississippi for many years. She was raised in the small town of Vancleave.