Brady Noah Hoffman

by Todd Hoffman
(Wilmer, AL)

Just being Brady...

Just being Brady...

Just being Brady...
Brady in Tanzania, Africa
Brady praising God
Senior Picture - just a month before his death

Brady was hit head-on by an impaired driver on a bridge at the young age of 17 years old. He had big dreams for going to college at the University of Southern Mississippi and serving God in
any way he could. As a student of Mary G. Montgomery High school, Brady's accident
was shock to the community for many reasons. For one, three people lost their lives
that night on Big Creek Lake bridge - the driver of the truck that hit Brady, the driver's
grandson, and Brady - the other driver's granddaughter was badly hurt in the accident.

What I would like people to remember most about Brady was his smile, his unique way
of being a friend to everyone, and most importantly, that he loved Jesus Christ. That
bridge is the site of a horrible accident, but it's also the place where Brady exchanged
this life for the next and met Jesus Christ face to face. No blame can ever bring Brady
back, so we concentrate on the good that came from his 17 years on this earth and are
thankful and honored to have been his parents. To God be the Glory, Great Things He
Has Done.

Todd and Cherise Hoffman

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