Robert “Bobby” Brahy

Robert Bobby Brahy, age 57, of Newark, DE, passed away Friday, November 6, 2015 after a long battle with Dementia.

Bobby was the son of the late Nicholas P. Brahy and Alberta (Andrascik) Brahy.

Bobby was a 1979 graduate of Meadowood School in Wilmington, DE.

Bobby retired in 2013 from Chimes Incorporated in Newark, DE.

In his younger years, Bobby participated in Special Olympics track, basketball and swimming events. He was an accomplished swimmer, winning 56 Gold, Silver and Bronze medals.

Bobby was an avid sports fan. Football was his passion, although, he often switched teams based on their winning statistics. He will fondly be remembered for his who’s my team statement. Bobby had a vivacious personality. His orneriness and wit will be missed by all. He loved music, dancing and hosting his yearly Super Bowl party for his Chimes family.

In addition to his parents, Bobby is predeceased by his sister, Bonita A. Brahy.

Bobby is survived by his brother, Nicholas P. Brahy Jr. (Diane) of Elkton, MD. His sister Maryann B. Sammy of Newark, DE. His aunt Elinor Combs of Toms River, NJ, nephew Andrew P. Brahy. His nieces, Stacy L. Wood (Adam), Kelly M. Brahy, Keri A. Nicholson, cousins and his Chimes Family.

Services and interment will be held privately.

A memorial celebration for Bobby will be held Friday, November 13, 2015 at Chimes Incorporated, 514 Interchange Blvd, Newark, DE 19711 from 3:00 pm until 6:00 pm.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions be made to Chimes Incorporated at the address above.

The family would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to the nursing staff of Chimes, the staff and his roommates (his family) from Barrett’s Run. Your kindness and love shown to Bobby over the years will never be forgotten.


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7 Condolences for Robert “Bobby” Brahy

  • Thinking of all you. Sending lots of love, hugs & prayers!!! He was such a great & fun person!!! He will definitely be missed by many!! We love you.

  • Rest well, sweet Bobby. I will miss your smile and how you always wanted a kiss!! I love you!

  • Sending heart felt condolences to my dear friends Maryann, Stacy & Keri. Prayer for the family and all who loved him.
    I remember him always happy walking past the house.
    Love and hugs to each of you.
    Sandy Nail ❤

  • God bless this loving family. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  • All of you are in our hearts, thoughts and our prayers. We are sending lots of love and warm hugs your way. Bobby will TRULY be missed by all of those who had the privilege of knowing him. Bobby may be gone in the physical sense but his “stories” and his memories will live on in each and everyone who was lucky enough to be a part of his life. Seems like there’s a funny Bobby story to be told on a daily basis . 🙂 I have had the pleasure of being blessed by so many of these great “stories” and I find myself sharing them and touching others lives with those whom have never even met him. Laughter is what gets us through the storm and Bobby made sure that he made others smile, sometimes not even being aware he was doing so. xoxo Cathy ( and all my peeps)

  • My deepest sympathy to Bobby’s family. He will always remain in my memory. Rest easy stud muffin!

  • Bobby I miss you
    You will always be remembered as the man that had more Jersies than any one I know.
    Deb johnson