Noah Blake Brady, 20, of Tempe, AZ passed away on January 7, 2023 after a long battle with depression. He was born on November 16, 2002 in Show Low, AZ, to parents Rena Smith Brady and Craig Brady.
At an early age, Noah was already the life of the party and made many friends. He excelled at numerous sports and in school. His favorite sport as a child was football. He attended Blue Ridge for the majority of his schooling until his last semester when he transferred to Show Low High School.
Noah was an entrepreneur at heart and could always find a way to make a buck or get free food. In Noah’s teen years he became interested in buying and selling cars. He also had a deep love for music and made multiple songs plus an album with friends just for fun his sophomore year. He made thousands of dollars from selling his CDs in the Walmart parking lot and he happily spent the money at Circle K, Alberto’s, and Panda Express. In the last two years of his life, Noah dedicated his time and talents to tattoo artistry, and he amassed a large gathering on social media for this endeavor. Many people enjoyed watching his videos and laughing at his sense of humor.
Noah will be remembered for his smile, his larger-than-life character, and for being a genuine friend to all. He exemplified the attribute of kindness.
Noah is survived by his mother, Rena Smith Brady, his father, Craig Brady, his brothers Caleb (Ashley) Brady, Chandler (Jessica) Brady, Carsten (Kaddie) Brady, and his niece Blakely.
Funeral services will be held Saturday January 14, 2023 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints where Noah grew up:
1520 Church Ln.
Pinetop-Lakeside, AZ 85929
The service will be broadcast here for those wanting to join virtually:
Our family hopes that from this tragedy his social media presence can shine light on mental health issues and help those who are struggling to seek and receive the help they need.