Brady Richard Obituary, Death – The Dartmouth Whalers Minor Hockey Association would like to express our deepest condolences to Brady Richard’s family, friends, and teammates on behalf of the entire organization. We are deeply saddened by Brady’s untimely passing. The passing of Brady has left us in indescribable mourning. Unfortunately, Brady lost his courageous battle against cancer early on Monday morning, despite the fact that he had been waging this battle for a considerable amount of time.
Hockey was a sport that Brady cherished, both when it was played on the ice and when it was played away from the ice. Because he was such a devoted fan of the Whalers, he always took great pride in wearing the team’s jacket, even when he wasn’t playing for the team. During the season prior, Brady was a player for the U11C Huskies and wore number 5 on the uniform of that team. He had an uncanny ability to make people laugh at any given time, and he was especially passionate about the sport of ice hockey.
Because he made the most of the opportunities that were presented to him, you could find him touring with the other hockey players when he wasn’t competing on the ice. Because he was such a huge fan of the actor, he couldn’t contain his excitement when he learned that he would finally have the chance to speak to Sidney Crosby. In fact, he couldn’t even contain his excitement for very long.
He will be remembered for the laughs he brought, the courageous fight he fought, and the upbeat attitude he maintained throughout it all. He will be remembered. We will miss having him around. In honor of Brady, we would like to make a request that every single person who is a part of the Whalers community, regardless of whether or not they are able to participate, perform at least one act of kindness on their own free time.