Brady and Andrea Murray have only been out of school since 2005, but they have already begun contributing to establish an endowed scholarship to help those who will follow them.
Brady graduated in 2005 with a bachelor’s degree in accounting and Andrea graduated from USU in 2003 with a bachelor’s degree in physical education and a minor in sociology.
Brady said that he and his wife have always planned on giving back as soon as they were able. Many have influenced them over the years, and they would like to mentor and help someone else. Brady said they are starting now, while they are young, and plan to continue to contribute so that they can build an endowment that will prove a blessing to others in the future.
Brady works as a certified financial planner and associate manager for the Beneficial Financial Group. Andrea, who is active in community service, cares for a three-year-old, Brynlee, and a one-year-old, Nash, who has Down’s syndrome. The Murray’s also volunteer to support the Special Olympics.
They now live in Boise, Idaho, where Brady has become “a very vocal Aggie fan up here amidst a lot of Boise State fans.”
“Oh, I’ll tell you what, there is no question, I’m true-blue, die-hard Aggie,” he said.