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Leah J. (Renfer) Brady

Leah J. (Renfer) Brady, 75, of Suscon, passed away on Friday, November 26, 2021, at Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center Hospital, Wilkes-Barre. She was born in Suscon, April 10, 1946 and was the daughter of the late Clarence and Alice (Antal) Renfer.

Leah was a member of Queen of The Apostles Parish Church, Avoca. She attended Sacred Heart Elementary School and was a graduate of Northeast High School.

Leah was a devoted mother, wife, and grandmother. She has enlightened us all with love, compassion and wisdom. She spent most of her days admiring the outdoors from her living room window, her bird nest. Although we are deeply saddened by this loss, we find peace in knowing she had been welcomed into her eternal kingdom, where her late husband Paul is waiting for her with open arms.

In addition to her parents and her husband, Paul, she was preceded in death by her siblings Geraldine, Merle, Alice Marie, and baby Paul.

Leah is survived by her children, Donna Ameen, Suscon; Paul Brady and his wife, Amy, Avoca; Alice Brady, Duryea; Brian and his wife, Laurie, Suscon; and Sharon Serino and her husband Angelo, Suscon. Also surviving are her grandchildren, John Paul, Ali, Jessica, Paul, Emily, Lydia, Kyle, Kaylee, Nicholas,

Colin and Leah; her brother, Donald Renfer and his wife, Anna Mae; her sister Rita Brady and her husband, Daniel, Suscon; and numerous nieces and nephews.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Saint Joseph’s Indian School, 1301 N. Main Street, Chamberlain, SD 57325.

A mass of Christian burial will be privately held at Queen of The Apostles Parish Church, Avoca.

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Unknown member
Dec 04, 2021

Deepest condolences to the family.


Steve Farruggia Sr.


Dec 01, 2021

Leahs' Family: Very sorry to hear the passing of our cousin Leah. The last time I spoke with her was when I was working for the 2020 Census and we had a nice chat while she sat in her chair looking out her favorite window. We mostly spoke of memories of growing up in Suscon. My earliest memory of cousin Leah was when my mother (her Aunt Norma) brought her to our house to babysit myself and my sister Bev. So sorry for your loss our deepest sympathy Joe and Sharon Chmiel.

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