Obituary: Erin Brady Lee
A caring and compassionate person, a loyal and loving friend, she touched the lives of many people and will be truly missed.
Erin Brady Lee, a life-long Attleboro resident, died unexpectedly last Thursday at Sturdy Memorial Hospital. She was 46.
Lee was born in Attleboro to Jane Ann (Monnier) and Andrew P. Brady. She graduated from Attleboro High School in 1985 and later graduated from the Blaine School of Hair Design in Boston.
She was the former owner of the Paul Mitchell Salon in Attleboro and was most recently the co-owner of the Cut-N-Up in Attleboro Falls.
A certified cosmetology instructor, Lee was previously employed by Blaine of Boston and the Rob-Roy School in Taunton. She had been employed by the Attleboro school district since 2008 as a paraprofessional in the Behavioral/Special Needs Program at Attleboro High.
Lee attended St. John the Evangelist Church. She was the former wife of Anthony "Tony" Lee.
Lee is survived by her sons Jesse Brady Lee, 22, Jared Brady Lee, 16, Dylan Brady Lee, 13; daughter Devyn Brady Lee, 19; brother Steven Brady and his wife Diane; sister Lisa and her husband Steve "Willy" Boyles; several nieces and nephews; many life-long friends and her companion/business partner Anthony Janicke.
Lee's children were the pride and joy of her life. A super mom, she never missed a game, practice or competition. She enjoyed shopping and the beach. A caring and compassionate person, a loyal and loving friend, she touched the lives of many people and will be truly missed.
Her funeral will take place this Saturday at 10:30 am at the Foley-Hathaway Funeral Home, located at 126 South Main St. in Attleboro. It will be followed by a mass of Christian Burial at 12 p.m. at St. John's, located at 133 North Main St. in Attleboro. A burial will follow at Oak Knoll Cemetery in Rehoboth.
Calling hours are Friday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
In lieu of flowers, gifts in Lee's memory can be sent to the Erin Brady Lee Memorial Fund, Bank of America, 505 Pleasant Street, Attleboro, MA 02703.
To light a candle and sign memorial register, go to www.hathawayfunerals.com.