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Carson Jon Brewer

December 20, 2004 ~ February 22, 2020 (age 15)

Obituary

Carson Jon Brewer passed away on February 22, 2020 at the age of 15.

Carson Jon Brewer was born on Monday December 20, 2004 at 2:59 pm weighing 9 lbs. 0 oz., 20 1/4 inches long to Mike and Amanda Brewer in Roosevelt, Utah.

Carson had the sweetest, kindest, most gentle soul. He is smart and witty, with a personality that showed so much love and affection. His sparkling shy eyes and handsome smile beamed with love. His hugs were the very best and he would say, I love you, and hug you unexpectedly for no particular reason, other than he just wanted you to know. He would do anything for anyone, and he was always ready to jump in and work hard to get things done. He woke up early everyday to get his day started right with a good breakfast.

Carson loved to fish more than anything whether it be in a stream, a lake, a river, no matter where it was, that boy could fish it. If there was water, he wanted to have a fishing pole dipped in it. He loved music, hunting, hiking, ATV’s, snowmobiling, boating, camping, cooking, exploring, swimming and floating the canals with his siblings, cousins and friends. He loved playing cards and games. Carson loved flowers and giving them to the ones he loved. He found the beauty in the flowers that were considered weeds. He enjoyed picking and eating fruits and berries, if he seen them he wanted to stop and get them. He was very proud of being able to find and eat edible plants on hiking excursions. He would hike for hours just to find a serene place to sit and look at the world around him. He would have the best conversations sitting on the edge of the cliff with family and friends, taking pictures and talking about what he wanted in life. Carson loved rock hunting, and he was always finding heart shaped rocks to give to his mom. He loved art and coloring pictures with his niece. His biggest treasures were his niece and nephew, he said he didn’t want his own kids because he loved his niece and nephew enough to last a lifetime. Carson enjoyed the outdoors no matter what he was doing. His dream was to move to Alaska. One of his favorite shows was Alaskan frontier and he wanted his own cabin there. He longed to hunt and fish there one day. When he was home he loved video games, and he played everyday. Carson loved to make jewelry and would take hours digging gems out of buckets of dirt and sand. Carson loved his family and his best friends were his siblings Brooke and Austin. He loved all of his friends and he had very good ones. His favorite colors are red and black (his whole closet was filled with those colors) and he loved the Chicago bulls. Carson also loved his Trump hat, he took pride in wearing it and he never took it off. Carson loves to weld and planned on being a welder when he grew up. Carson was very athletic and loved playing football and basketball with his brother and friends. He played for the Utes youth football teams from 3rd-6th grade, he was mostly the center lineman and could snap a ball better than most, then he would jump up and avidly block his opponents. He was unbelievably strong and loved to play. His coaches and team mates loved him greatly, and he loved them.

Carson is survived by his mother Amanda Richins Brewer, his father Michael (Nicole) Brewer, his siblings Brooke Brewer (Sister), Austin Brewer (Brother), and Jaiden Bell (Brother). NyRie Brewer (Niece), Jackson Brewer (Nephew). His grandparents, David Temples (Grandfather), Jon Richins (Grandfather), Trenna Clark (Grandmother), Deanna Larsen (Grandmother), Kent (Debbie) Brewer (Grandfather), and Shirley Brewer (Grandmother). Caitlin Frisina (step sister) and Josh Frisina (step brother). His Aunts and Uncles, Mindy (Mike) Crispi, Matt (Amber) Brewer, Zac Brewer, and many more Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins.

Carson is very loved and will be greatly missed and never forgotten by his family and friends. He is fishing in heaven, waiting for us to join him one day.

A celebration of life for Carson Jon Brewer, age 15, will be held Saturday, March 14, 2020 at 11:00a.m at the Uintah Conference Center (313 East 200 South). A visitation will be held Friday evening from 6:00-8:00p.m. at the Phillips Ashley Valley Funeral Home and Saturday 10:00-10:45a.m. at the Conference Center.

In Lieu of flowers please make donations to Rio Blanco Search and Rescue. Donations may be mailed to: Rio Blanco Search & Rescue, PO Box 1460, Meeker, Colorado 81641

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Recording of Service

 Service Program


Services

Visitation
Friday
March 13, 2020

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Ashley Valley Funeral Home
410 North 800 West
Vernal, UT 84078

Visitation
Saturday
March 14, 2020

10:00 AM to 10:45 AM
Uintah Conference Center
313 East 200 South
Vernal, UT 84078

Celebration of Life
Saturday
March 14, 2020

11:00 AM
Uintah Conference Center
313 East 200 South
Vernal, UT 84078
 

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