Edward Milton Broady-Newmoon Jr. was born on November 30, 1954, in Lynchburg, Virginia to Edward Sr. and Mary Broady. On September 1, 2023, Edward passed away in Sacaton, Arizona, leaving behind a legacy of love and compassion that will endure throughout generations. The loss of such an empathetic soul is deeply felt by all who knew him. He was a good man, known for his gentle and kind nature. Edward lived a very spiritual life and held his family close to his heart. He had a deep love for horses and spent many blissful days riding and embracing the cowboy lifestyle.
Edward had an unwavering devotion to his family. His wife, Elaine Newmoon, was always at the center of his world. Their love was extraordinary, inspiring those around them. Together they raised a remarkable daughter named Aleecia Newmoon. Perhaps Edward's greatest joy came from being a grandfather to six beautiful grandchildren. He cherished each moment spent with them, building cherished memories that will forever be treasured by those fortunate enough to witness their bond. His tenderness and care created a safe haven for these youngsters who imbibe his values and kindness.
Before embracing family life, Edward served as a Private First Class in the Marine Corps. He showed immense bravery during his military service and was awarded the National Defense Service Medal for his dedication and commitment to serving his country. This experience shaped him into the resilient and valiant man he became.
Edward Milton Broady-Newmoon was a man of integrity who touched the lives of everyone he encountered. His generous heart, coupled with an innate compassion, illuminated the world around him. Edward's unwavering faith and commitment to his loved ones were qualities that reflected his character.
Edward is survived by his beloved wife Elaine Newmoon, who stood beside him through thick and thin. Their unbreakable bond remains an inspiration to us all. He also leaves behind his cherished daughter Aleecia Newmoon. In addition to his immediate family, Edward is mourned by his grandchildren, who will forever hold him dear in their hearts. His guidance and love will continue to be felt as they navigate their own journeys through life. He preceded in death by his parents and two sisters.
J. Warren Funeral Services, Cole & Maud Coolidge Chapel are in charge of arrangements.