Article from Newstimes.com August, 3 2015
Peter Brady’s idea began as a way to help elderly members of his parish at Saint Joseph’s Church in Brookfield.
Now 15 years later, Brady’s generosity has touched hundreds in the Danbury area.
Brady’s organization, Handy Dandy Handyman Ministry, has assisted 900 families in the area.
Brady has helped Vicky Wieloszunski twice in the past year. Wieloszunski, who is in remission from brain cancer, moved from New Milford to live with her daughter last year with the help of Brady and his army of volunteers. After staying in her daughter’s living room with most of her belongings in storage, Wieloszunski is moving again — with Brady’s help — to an apartment of her own in the Bishop Curtis Homes in Bethel.
Brady began his mission after retiring from his job at Nestle and now has an email list of 2,200 volunteers and craftsman he calls on to assist with his charity work.
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