Brady was born to his parents Sandra Kae Farrer and Travis Kelly Farrer on September eighteenth two thousand and two. He spent his first four years of his life in Springville, Utah then moved with his family to West Jordan, Utah.
Brady was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, where he served as the secretary in the teachers quorum. Brady was about to start 9th grade at Bennion Jr. High in Taylorsville, Utah.
Brady is survived by his Father Travis, Mother Sandy, older sister Alyssa and younger brother William. Brady is preceded in death by his younger brother Steven Edwards Farrer.
Brady loved helping people, he loved serving people in his ward and just helping his mom around the house. Brady always had a smile on his face, he loved life. Brady loved drawing and origami. He enjoyed building with his Legos, and dreamed of becoming a designer for Lego. Brady loved spending time with his cousins and friends. Brady loved going to the Temple and performing baptisms for the dead. Even in his death he was able to help little children at Primary Children's Hospital through organ donation, including a lung transplant that had never before been attempted in the state of Utah.
Funeral services will be held for Brady on Thursday June 29th at 11:30am, with a viewing beginning at 10am at the Westbrook Stake Center Located on 4113 West 6200 South South Jordan, Utah. A Graveside service will be held Friday June 30 at 12pm at the Hillcrest Cemetery in Shelley, Idaho.
A special thanks to all the Doctors and Nurses at Primary Childrens Hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah, along with the flight crew of Life Flight medical transport.