Robert Rowe Brady

Robert Rowe Brady

Robert Rowe Brady died peacefully in his sleep on December 31, 2023, at the age of 89. He was born in Lusk, Wyoming in 1934 and moved often throughout his childhood. The family settled in Casper, Wyoming, where he graduated from Casper High School. He earned a wrestling scholarship to the University of Colorado before moving to Omaha, NE, where he graduated from Creighton University with a DDS in 1959. He met his wife, Dolores Bouziden during this time. He then attended University of Nebraska receiving a MS degree in pediatric dentistry and continued his post-graduation in Cleveland, Ohio at Case Western Reserve, with a MS degree in Orthodontics.


He returned to Omaha in 1963 taking a position as the Chairman of the Department of Dentistry for Children. at Creighton from 1963-1971. He was selected four times by the student body as the outstanding student instructor. In Omaha he built a successful practice in Orthodontics and raised his family.


In retirement he returned to teaching at Creighton while also enjoying, golf, travel and time with the family. He is survived by his wife of 64 years, Dolores; children: Kevin (Sharon) of Glenwood Springs, Co, Steve of Omaha, NE, Kathleen Brady (John Campos), Riverside CT, and Colleen Dollahan (Mike) Glenwood Springs, CO; grandchildren: Quincy, Tyler, and Garrett Dollahan, Josephine and Brady Campos, and Dallas Hendrick.

VISITATION: 4:30 to 6:30, with a VIGIL SERVICE: 6:30PM, Friday, January 26, 2024, Christ the King Catholic Church, 654 So. 86th St. Omaha. Mass of Christian Burial,  10:00AM, Saturday, January 27, 2024, Christ the King Catholic Church.

Memorials are suggested to Christ the King parish, and Mount Michael High School.


  • Jess Posted January 6, 2024 4:52 pm

    I had the privilege of taking care of and working for Dr Brady and Dolores the last 3 years of his life. I have never cared for a more loving family. You can tell so much about who Dr Brady was by how wonderful his family loved him. It has been such an honor to not only love them all. But to also feel loved by the Bradys. I will truly miss our days of listening to music and just talking about his childhood, children, snake, practice and his amazing wife I’ve taken care of people until they move into the next journey to heaven for over 15 years. He was one of the kindest and most appreciative people I’ve ever known. ❤️

  • Rich Fitzgerald DDS Posted January 7, 2024 2:22 pm

    I had the good fortune of being taught by Dr. Brady during my training in the sixties. Dr. Brady was a thorough, demanding, concerned ,and kind teacher. He just chuckled when I told him that he “scared the hell out of me” as a student. All of my classmates held him in highest respect and wished to impress him academically and clinically. His standards were high, and he was excellent as a professor and a practitioner. I’ll remember every time I earned one of his warm smiles.
    Thank you, Dr. Brady. My sympathy to his loving family

  • Pat and Karen Berzsenyi Posted January 12, 2024 5:59 am

    Your father was such a special man. We were blessed to have known him. Our hearts and prayers are with you all especially Dolores.

  • Dr Frank Driscoll Posted January 26, 2024 12:07 pm

    Bob is my best friend like no other. There is so much love as I reminisce about him. He always reminds me of something new that makes me smile, or laugh, or cry. So, then I am reminded in my heart that he is still there.

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