Honoree 2015 – Brady O’Connell

Congrats to Brady O’Connell for being honored as an outstanding community volunteer!

Name:  Brady O’Connell

Nominating Organization:  Mission Hospital Foundation

Honoree Category:  Health

Why Nominated:  As an active participant in his family foundation, Brady O’Connell is a dedicated supporter of Mission Hospital and contributes time, energy and treasure to save lives in our community, specifically in the area of behavioral health. Brady attributes the reason he spends so much time giving back to the community is because of the wonderful example set by his parents, George O’Connell and Debi O’Connell. He credits them with being incredible influences who instilled the importance of philanthropy in him from a very young age. He has become an impressive leader with Mission Forward support group, not only to all of us who know him, but especially to the group of peers who he inspires with his thoughtfulness, expertise and generosity.

Please write a note of congratulations below!


6 thoughts on “Honoree 2015 – Brady O’Connell

  1. Brady- What impresses me most is your dedication to causes near and dear to your heart and the commitment you have to supporting our community. I appreciate your thoroughness, thoughtfulness and sense of fun in everything you do. Thank you for choosing Mission Hospital, and especially Mission Forward, to dedicate yourself to. We are so fortuante to have you.

  2. Congratulations Bradey!

    Thank you for all you hard work and dedication to our community! You’re an amazing man and a great friend!

  3. Brady – congratulations on this special recognition. Your philanthropic spirit is amazing and your passion for behavioral health inspiring!! We are blessed you are leading a valiant effort!! We celebrate YOU!

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