Condolence: Dear Martha ,
yes I am late . but my thoughts are with you since I learned from IRRI that Nyle is no longer amoung us. We both know, in our age we have to be prepared for the last moment And still you have to make the experience yourself to understand what it means ..to be alone.I am a learner since Annemarie left more than 4 years ago...
When I met Nyle first in the late 70ies I was deeply impressed by his sharp intellect ,his professional engagement, his frankness and his honesty. What I didn't forsee ,that your husband one day would become a friend , sharing with me very openly his view's not only about rice,IRRI and the CGIAR. I didn't agree with him all the time but I always valued highly his observations,and they helped specifically during the difficult years of change in Los Banos.
Martha, I know what it means to loose a lifetime partner. But you should keep in mind we all who had the chance to come somewhat closer to him have lost a friend whom we will not forget.
Dear Matha, I wish you God's blessings specifically in the months and years to come .
very truely yours Klaus lampe
Condolence: Dear Mrs. Brady and Family:
Nyle Brady was someone whom I knew even before I got married when I was teaching American History at the UP Rural High School. Once in a while he would revert into calling me by my maiden name TAGUMPAY. His years at IRRI were eventful years when I knew him even better while I was at the University of the Philippines at Los Banos. Of course we all knew Bob Brady. Nyle got in touch with me when he was with USAID and game me some job to do for Philippine agriculture. He always had a heart for the Philippines and for agriculture.
We will miss him but what he had done for agriculture and for rice will always be remembered. Dorothy and Donald were very young then and so was Carol. I don't know if you would still remember me but I certainly remember all of you.
Condolence: Dear Mrs. Brady and family,
My sincere condolences to you all on the passing of Dr. Nyle Brady. Dr. Brady was the Director General during most of my years at IRRI (1970-1982). I remember his kind and helpful advice during those early years of my career as an entomologist. My children remember the Christmas parties hosted by the Bradys, and especially the gingerbread houses.
I hope that you will keep on remembering all the good times you had together.
Sincerely, Arnold Dyck
We are so sad to learn about sad demise of Dr. Brady. We have so many fond memories of working at IRRI under his leadership. He was a caring boss and encouraged us and supported us in our research for the benefit of rice consuming world and poverty alleviation. Major advances were made in rice science during his tenure as Director General of IRRI. We pray for the peace of his soul.
Gurdev and Harwant
My Heartiest Condolence to you all about the demise of Dear Dr. Nyle Brady. He was the nicest and most dynamic person I met in life.
God bless his soul and give you the courage to bear this great loss.
Condolence: Dear Mrs. Brady,
My sincerest condolences to you on the passing of your husband. Your parties are a fond memory for me, as I could often hear chatter and laughter (especially my mother's) from my bedroom. I always looked forward to seeing your Wise Men go up at Christmas time. I suspect that this is a difficult time to lose someone you have spent so much of your life with, and I hope that you are surrounded by much love. Those of us who remember Dr. Brady from the 70s do so fondly.
Lisa Herdt Morse
Condolence: It is sad to hear passing of Dr. Nyle C. Brady, IRRI's third director general (1973-1981). As an IRRI alumni I would like to convey my condolence to his family members and all IRRI family who enjoyed of Dr Bradly's precious services for rice science and world rice scientist including myself.
rice research institute of Iran
Condolence: Dear Mrs. Brady,
Our sincerest condolences to you and your family. Dr. Brady was a very special and highly respected person. We always held him in very high esteem. It was a pleasure spending some time with both of you in Albuquerque. Dr. Brady will always have a special place in our hearts.