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Obituary for Brady Nathaniel Chmielewski

The story of Brady Chmielewski, 22, of Rock Hill SC, started November 04, 1995. As a boy Brady embraced his love for the outdoors at an early age. He learned to ride a bike leaving his training wheels behind by the age of four and that was only the beginning of his adventurous life. He found excitement in every step he took with his neighborhood friends and his golden retriever Toby by his side. He was blessed to grow up during a time when children were like free range chickens. The neighborhood kids were tightly bonded, ran in packs from house to house and played outside putting that imagination to good use.

As Brady grew so did his thrill seeking personality. He enjoyed many outdoor activities like snowboarding, snowmobiling, wakeboarding and white water rafting. He’d spend all day at a local ATV park riding dirt bikes and four wheelers.

Brady had a love for the local lakes, he knew them well. He spent countless hours cruising them by boat or jet ski, As with everything he did, he blazed through life with a smile on his face and a friend or family member in tow

Brady loved gleaning information about the old south from older gentleman he loved and respected. He volunteered with a civil war re-enactment group know as 6th SC Volunteers and McIntosh Battery. This group of gentleman fostered his love for history as well as gave him a healthy respect for guns and the proper care and use of them. Brady especially loved the cannons and setting them off.

Brady learned early on that faith and family are the cornerstones for success. Gods word says to love thy neighbor as thyself. Brady was the epitome of this scripture. God blessed our family and loved us so well by allowing Brady to be ours. He was such a cool guy who had an insatiable ability to imprint a lasting memory on all of those who were blessed to cross his path. On Sunday September 02, 2018, being too great for this world, the Lord called Brady home. May his legacy of family and faith live on through every life he touched.

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