Brady William Buechter

Tuesday, September 13, 2022

Brady William Buechter

Feb. 27, 2004 - Sept. 11, 2022

BELGRADE, Neb. — Brady William Buechter, 18, of Belgrade, passed away as the result of a car accident on Sunday, Sept. 11, 2022, near Grand Island, Neb.

Funeral services will be 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 15, 2022, at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church, Cedar Rapids, Neb., with Fr. Mark Tomaseiwicz, Fr. Jim Heithoff, and Msgr. Ralph Steffensmeier officiating. Interment will be at St. Anthony’s Catholic Cemetery, Cedar Rapids.

Visitation will be Wednesday from 5-7:30 p.m. at church with a 7:30 p.m. Celebration of Life Service.

Levander Funeral Home of Cedar Rapids is in charge of the arrangements. Condolences may be sent to the family at:

Brady William Buechter, son of Bryan and Brenda (Moreau) Buechter was born on Feb. 27, 2004, at Lincoln, Neb. Brady started his life with his mom, dad, and the twins (his older brother and sister) in Ceresco, Neb. When he was 18 years old, they moved to Casper, Wyo., where he met his best friends for life. Brady then moved with his family back to his father’s hometown in Cedar Rapids and started as a freshman at Riverside High School. Brady graduated this past May with the Class of 2022. In August he started in the Theatre Program at Hastings College, Hastings, Neb.

During Brady’s short life he did many things. At a young age, he became a Marvels Universe Superhero fan, along with Dungeon’s and Dragons. He loved his games and even this last weekend had a game of D&D with his friends. Brady always seemed to be the entertainer, he had a tremendous imagination, and he also planned out skits and plays for his brother and sister to have roles in. He also had a part in the Missoula Children’s Theatre. Brady played a few sports, when he was in elementary school he tried out wrestling and did pretty well, in high school he joined the golf team. During his time in high school, and with the help of one special teacher, Brady’s talents began to shine. He excelled in One Act and Speech, from winning outstanding actor in One Act to qualifying for state in speech. He also played percussion in the high school band. Following graduation, he took a part in a production at the Grand Island Little Theatre.

In addition to his school extracurricular’s, Brady also found time to work. He started out at the New Frontier Saloon, then moved on to Pappy’s, Albion Thriftyway, Pizza Hut, the Cedar Rapids Swimming Pool, and helped his brother with a two-week-long construction project. This summer he and his best friends took a weeklong camping trip up in the mountains in Wyoming. Brady also enjoyed dressing up for Halloween and going on walks by himself.

Brady is survived by his parents, Bryan and Brenda Buechter of Belgrade; brother and sister, Bryce and Breanna of Belgrade; grandfather, Roger (Susan) Moreau of McCook, Neb.; aunts, Stacey (Casey) Anderson of Curtis, Neb., and Janice (Pat) Howell of Cambridge, Neb.; uncles, Kyle Buechter of Cedar Rapids, Neb., Brian (Beth) Moreau of Castle Rock, Colo., and James (Andrea) Moreau of Norton, Kan.; cousins, Bailey (Joe) Weibert and son, Beau, Justin Anderson; Keagan and Zoey Buechter; Kathryn (Dave) Sonner; Alex (Shannon) Moreau, Emily Moreau; Amber Howell, and Kiel (KC) Howell; along with many other relatives and friends.

Welcoming him to heaven were his grandparents, Larry and Joyce Buechter; grandmother, Patsy (Patricia) Moreau; and cousin, Ali (Alizabeth) Moreau.