Linda Brady

Linda LuEllen Law Brady passed away July 24, 2021 at Timpanogos Hospital in Orem, Utah. She was born on January 24, 1943 to Edgar and Lucy Law in Cheyenne Wells, Colorado. She married her eternal companion David Lyle Brady in the SLC LDS Temple on May 2, 1969. She has 4 siblings: Steve (Donna) Law, Darlene (Lyle) Bawden, Merry (Dave) Freestone and Dennis Law.
Linda is survived by her husband David; kids Julie (Dave) Tyler, Becky Brady, Michelle (Loren) Lamoreaux, Michael (Kellie) Brady and Melissa Gillam; and her many grand- and great-grandkids. She was preceded in death by her parents Edgar & Lucy and son Randolph.
Her sweetheart David, her kids, grand kids and great grandkids will miss her terribly. We love you.
A viewing will take place on Wednesday from 11:00-11:45 AM at Mosdell Mortuary 676 South Highway 89A in Kanab, UT, with a graveside service following at 12 Noon in the Kanab City Cemetery. Arrangements were made with Mosdell Mortuary of Kanab.



  1. Becky Brady July 27, 2021 at 8:14 pm - Reply

    Linda Brady was a creative and funny woman. She was a talented seamstress, made a lot of our clothing when we were little. She especially enjoyed finding a pattern she loved and then making us all matching dresses to wear on Sundays, and little matching accessories for the boys. We all vividly remember the Prairie dresses with all their flounce and layered skirts. Linda could knit and crochet up a storm. She made many a blanket and countless stuffed toys over the years. Linda was proud of her home and loved to have nice things. Linda was a collector of small things, sometimes odd things, but it all made sense to her and she kept her cherished things carefully organized. She wasn’t much for the outdoors. I could never call her a “nature girl.” Linda’s idea of “camping” required an RV or she wouldn’t go. No sleeping on the dirty ground for her! I both laugh and cry thinking back over her life and the choices she made. I wish that she had done some things differently, particularly I wish that she had chosen to obtain a certain vaccine which could have saved her life, but she was ultimately a strong, stubborn woman with a mind of her own. That was just the way my mom was… Be at peace mom.

  2. Claire Alldredge July 27, 2021 at 8:59 pm - Reply

    So sorry to hear of her passing. She was such a sweet lady and so fun to be around. May you feel peace and comfort at this difficult time. Love you

  3. Jolyn Raleigh July 27, 2021 at 10:42 pm - Reply

    So sorry to hear of her passing. She was a wonderful lady and will be missed. May you feel peace and comfort at this time.

  4. Morgan Brady July 28, 2021 at 3:02 am - Reply

    Linda was my grandmother; I loved her so much and I’m so heartbroken that she’s gone. Growing up involves eventually saying goodbye to the ones that preceded me, but I don’t think I could ever be ready to lose her. She was so sweet and funny, I will always remember her sarcastic jokes and the funny laugh of hers that came after. Her and my grandfather David taught me what love really is, and I will always cherish the memories I have with her through the years.

  5. Merry (Law) Freestone July 28, 2021 at 3:46 am - Reply

    My dear Sister Linda…lovely, sweet gentle, adventurous, wise, loving and so many other good things could be said about her. I know she is with others she loves in the next life. It is part of our journey here. She lived her life well and is receiving the blessings of a life well lived. Our prayers for David…we know he will be lonely now. We pray each of you receive comfort and know how much your Mother loves you, your Dad and her Grandchildren. Thanks Becky for the wonderful list of so many of Linda’s talents. I remember the cute pictures of you kids and the clothes she made. Such a talented lady!😊

  6. Jennifer Schultz July 28, 2021 at 4:41 am - Reply

    Thanks for sharing your memories of Aunt Linda. I miss hearing her laugh. She could always make me smile. Love you all!

  7. Darlene Bawden July 28, 2021 at 8:55 pm - Reply

    My big Sister, Linda, was remarkable in her ability to be happy in all circumstances because she loved life to its fullest! I never heard her say a cross word about anyone or to anyone, she just talked about their positive traits. She had great faith in God and often spoke of His many blessings to her, and she loved The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with her whole heart. Her family was, and is, her pride and joy!! I am proud to call her Sister and I look forward to seeing her again in the next life!!

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