Brady Lee

Brady Lee


Brady Lee was a great kid who loved life,recalled his parents Kristen and Kevin Lee.

He had a big heart, especially for animals and anyone in need. He couldn’t walk past a dog without stopping to pet it. Brady was a huge fan of Clemson Tiger football, hardly missing any games. He also loved the water and enjoyed activities like snorkeling in the Bahamas. A baseball player his whole life, Brady was a team player and a talented first baseman. Though he had a gift for singing, he was too shy to show it off. Brady preferred being outside, whether it was fishing, playing basketball, or just hanging out with his brother. They were a tight pair, often called “The Lee Boys.” 

Cars were another passion of Brady’s. He took automotive classes and worked at an autobody shop. Sadly, it was in his car that Brady’s life was unexpectedly taken by carbon monoxide poisoning. But even in passing, Brady continued to help others. His family knew how much he loved to help people, so when his family was approached by our staff, they knew almost instantly that it was what Brady would have wanted. Brady’s final act of kindness gave sight to two people and his tissue donations will help many more heal. 

Brady’s life was about giving and caring, so it makes sense that his legacy continues through helping others even after he’s gone, giving the gift of sight to two people and donating his tissue. His family works closely with us at We Are Sharing Hope SC to spread awareness of organ, eye and tissue donation. By sharing Brady’s story, they keep his memory alive and show how one person’s kindness can keep making a difference. Brady will always be remembered for his generous spirit, and his legacy of giving will live on.