Holly Brady

May 20, 1951 - April 2, 2024
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Holly, 72, of Tucson, Arizona passed away in the early morning hours of April 2, 2024 due to complications that arose from MS (multiple sclerosis).  She was born to the late William and June Teufel on May 20, 1951 in Chicago, Illinois.  She is survived by her four children, Jeff, Jennifer, Jimmy and John, seven grandchildren, three great grandchildren; as well as many nieces, nephews, cousins, and beloved family members.

Holly was a loving, kind and patient person.  She cared deeply for her family and friends and leaves behind nothing but beautiful memories.

A graveside service and inurnment will be held on Thursday, May 2, 2024 at 11 a.m. at Marana Mortuary and Cemetery.  In lieu of sending flowers, the family asks that donations be made in Holly’s honor to the National MS Society.


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Date: Thursday, May 2, 2024

Time: 11:00 am

Marana Mortuary Cemetery


12146 W. Barnett Rd
Marana, Arizona 85653

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Born: May 20, 1951
Died: April 2, 2024

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The staff of Marana Mortuary & Cemetery.


Susan Hartley posted on 4/30/24

Holly and I shared many experiences. Growing up a block apart from each other, we walked to school together, rode our bikes, had pool parties, stayed out till the street lights came on. Saturdays we spent at the record store and enjoyed lunch at our local burger hangout. Our families took summer trips together to Wisconsin Dells, picnics at the Indiana Dunes and festive holiday gatherings. These are some of the most cherished childhood memories. During our teen years, we danced, laughed, hugged, and cried together. Our friendship provided a safe space for confiding in each other about all our hopes, dreams, and worries. Throughout the years, we shared a strong sisterly bond. We had each other’s backs and always looked out for each other. Our bond remains a treasured part of our lives and is a source of comfort and support. Holly you are forever in my thoughts, prayers, and heart, highlighting the deep and lasting impact you have had on my life. You are my cousin, my friend, my sister, my hero. I love you.


Michele Santoro posted on 4/9/24

Always in my Heart. Never forgotten. Always told her it was a Jolly Holiday with Holly. Some people touch so many souls. With out even knowing. She was one of those. The days i worked with her at Jim Click will never are forever with me. So blessed to have known her.


Venus Knox posted on 4/8/24

My deepest condolences to the family. I was blessed to work with your mom and I just love her. She had the best stories and the most contagious laugh. Holly would read with a red pen right and correct any grammatical errors. One book she got so mad at she threw it away. God bless you Holly Berry and may your soul rejoice, sing, dance, and fly with the Angels.


Jennifer posted on 4/8/24

My heart breaks over and over again when I think of all I lost the day you left, but rejoices for you and for what you gained that day. That day, I lost the person who has loved me the longest, my best friend and the kindest, most patient person I have ever known; but you are now free from the bondage of MS and everything that it stole from you over the years. I will miss you forever and look forward to the day when we will be together again. I love you, momma!