Brady Heller Obituary, Death – Brady L. Heller, 12, of Cuba City, Wisconsin, passed away on November 7, 2022. Ben and Kristal (Czys) Heller’s son Brady was born in Reedsburg, Wisconsin, on December 28, 2009. He attended St. Rose of Lima School in Cuba City. Brady cherished his friends, family, and life. His favorite outdoor pursuits included swimming, tubing, camping, snowmobiling, dirt biking, and fishing. He also enjoyed playing different sports and riding his bike repeatedly each day, stopping frequently for a slushie at Kwik Trip. Brady took great pride in his deer heads and loved being able to out hunt his father. He enjoyed making jokes, being goofy and constantly picking on his sisters. Brady treasured spending time with his family, going on excursions, and watching his favorite racer, Wes Digman (number 42), compete. He loved throwing the ball to his dog, Bella.
Brady was born with the deadly and uncommon vascular Ehlers-danlos syndrome (VEDS). Brady bravely overcame multiple surgeries and hardships beginning at the young age of six and never let the illness hover over him like a foreboding cloud. Brady never expressed concerns about his health or made them public. He persevered in leading a meaningful life and receiving a solid upbringing thanks to VEDS. The Make-A-Wish Foundation organized a family trip to Alaska, which was a special experience.
His sisters Kylie, Breanna, Brayln, and Bailey, all of Mauston, Wisconsin, as well as his parents, Ben Heller of Cuba City, Wisconsin, and Kristal Heller of Mauston, Wisconsin, are also left behind. His paternal grandparents are Ken Heller of Platteville, Wisconsin, and Mary (Mike) Klinger of Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin. His maternal grandparents are Steve and Kim Czyz of Mauston, Wisconsin, and his paternal great-grandparent
He was also preceded in death by his cousins Henry Heller, Lindsey Wubben, and Eric Heller, as well as by six great-grandparents. The family would like to express their gratitude to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, the UW Hospital staff, and Drs. Kohler and Nichols. In lieu of floral offerings, a Brady L. Heller Memorial Fund has been established. Send memorials to 123 N. Jackson St. funeral home in Cuba City, Wisconsin.
On November 14, 2022, at St. Rose of Lima Church in Cuba City, Wisconsin, a Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated under the direction of the Rev. David Flanagan. From 2:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, November 13, 2022, guests are welcome to drop by St. Rose of Lima Church in Cuba City. Friends and family are invited to the church on Monday from 9:00 to 10:45 a.m. prior to the wedding. The Casey-McNett Funeral Home & Cremation Services of Cuba City is assisting the family.