In Memoriam
Black and white headshot photo of Timothy Brady
Timothy Brady
imothy Brady, a longtime community leader, public servant, business executive, and former president of Associated General Contractors, or AGC, of Alaska, passed away at home October 14, after a long illness.

Brady was born in Anchorage, in 1958. He embraced the Alaska lifestyle from a young age and traveled its wildlands in pursuit of fish and game, including in his floatplane, often with friends and family along.

As president of Ken Brady Construction Company, which his father started, Tim Brady and his brother, Mike Brady, left their footprint throughout the state. His construction industry colleagues recognized his accomplishments when they honored him in 1992 with the prestigious AGC Hard Hat Award for his significant contributions to the Alaska construction industry. He was elected president of AGC of Alaska in 1995 and later that year was recognized nationally as chapter president of the year. He continued his commitment to the organization as a Life Board Member.

Brady’s service to his fellow Alaskans reaches well beyond the business world. Brady served on the Board of Regents for the University of Alaska from 2005 through 2015. He received the Silver Beaver Award for his services to the Great Alaska Council of the Boy Scouts of America. But his ultimate passion was providing advice and support for young athletes. He was happiest when coaching his “football boys” or advising his daughter from the sidelines of her flag football games. He was influential in building sports facilities in Anchorage, including The Dome and the UAA Alaska Airlines Center.

On the national level, Brady was a member of the Boone & Crockett Club for several decades. He rose through the ranks and became the club’s president and was recently recognized with the Lifetime Achievement Award. Under Brady’s leadership, the Club achieved significant policy accomplishments at the national level while advocating in Washington D.C.

Brady is survived by his wife of more than thirty years, Betty; son Ryan and his wife, Tatyana; daughter Rachel and her fiancé, Will Booth; his mother Dorothy; and his siblings Pat, Casey, Kelly, and Kevin. He was preceded in death by his father, Ken; brother Mike; and sister Kathy. The Brady family looks forward to a remembrance in the summer.