Bayden Neil Trussell
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November 30, 1998 ~ October 25, 2015

Bayden “Bruiser” Neil Trussell, 16, returned to his Heavenly Father on Sunday, October 25, 2015.

Bayden was born on November 30, 1998 in Ogden, UT to Kristy Williamson Trussell and Shawn David Trussell.

He attended Sandrigde Jr. High and Roy High School.

He was employed at Hint of Tint, where he worked alongside his mother and step-father, something he absolutely loved doing. He also was employed at Burger King, where he met many new friends.

Bayden grew up in Roy, UT, but some of his best years were spent living in Monticello, UT. From riding horses to prairie dog hunting, he loved helping out around the farm.

His hobbies were watching movies, playing video games, and anything that had to do with being extreme, from jumping over the highest bump on his bike to skateboarding down the biggest hill (his mom didn’t call him “Bruiser” for nothing).

Most important to him was his family. He loved everyone around him unconditionally, he never failed to show you just how much you meant to him.

From the biggest grin to the best laugh you ever heard, he would lighten up anyone’s day. He had the biggest heart you can imagine with just so much love to give. He never wanted anybody to be sad, he was always there for you when you needed him.

We will always be grateful that we had him in our lives, and we will all miss him forever.

He is survived by his father Shawn David Trussell; mother Kristy Williamson Doesburg and step-father, Gary Doesburg; sister Harli; grandparents Luann Abrams (Jeff), Norman Williamson (Linda), Lynnette Trussell, David Trussell (Susan); great-grandpa and grandma Williamson and great- grandma, Lori Scothern. He also has many aunts, uncles and cousins that will always remember him.

A memorial service for friends and family was held October 30, 2015 in Roy, UT. Condolences and flowers can be sent to Lindquist Mortuary, 3333 West 5600 South Roy, UT 84067.

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