Braxton Andrew Turner, 21, of Cedar City, Ut unexpectedly passed away November 1, 2022 from a seizure disorder that he had struggled with since he was a teenager.
Braxton was born July 10, 2001 to Melissa Turner and Cole Searle in Saint George, UT. Braxton was Melissa's first baby and oldest son, and Cole's only child.
Braxton was a happy baby with the most beautiful and bright blue eyes you had ever seen. Braxton was a quiet, kind soul who loved any animal that he met, having tons of pets growing up! Braxton had an adventurous childhood. Growing up in the Cedar City area, Braxton enjoyed all things outdoors from riding his dirt bike and fishing, to his favorite hobby-going shooting with Grandpa Paul. Braxton was a lifelong Philadelphia Eagles fan and loved watching them play every season. Like many others, Braxton had his struggles but was able to overcome them as he grew up.
Braxton was a loving son who held a special place in his heart for his mom. He was an amazing big brother to Kyson, Kaegen, and Brecken Nielsen and Lyric, Kingston, and Truyn Barlow. Being the first nephew to be born into the family he was adored by his aunts and uncles. He had a particularly trusting relationship with his Aunt Sasha and Uncle Sterling. Braxton had a special bond with his grandparents Paul and Geri Savage of Enoch, UT.
Braxton is survived by his parents Melissa Turner and Cole Searle, his brothers Kyson, Kaegen, and Brecken Nielsen, Truyn and Kingston Barlow, and his baby sister Lyric Barlow. His grandmother Geri Savage, and many aunt's, uncles, and friends. He is proceeded in death by his grandpa Paul Savage who welcomed him in to Heaven with open arms.
Braxton was a bright spot in all of our lives and will be missed by many.