Pey­ton Wood

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Pey­ton Ben­nett Wood passed away on had the priv­i­lege April 5, 2017, at the age of 18. Pey­ton of sit­ting in for was born on March 24, 1999, to Kelly and him at his Ea­gle Leann Wood. He is the mid­dle son of five Board of Re­view. boys: Jor­dan, Brycen, Lan­don, and Dal­lan. Pey­ton re­ceived

Pey­ton was a hand­some young man who his Ea­gle had many goals and dreams. He was en­rolled Scout Award on in col­lege classes while still in high April 7, 2017. school. Last sum­mer, he com­pleted cour­ses His younger at MATC for his CNA and Ph­le­botomy brother Dal­lan Li­cense. He re­cently be­gan work­ing with will miss Pey­ton’s his old­est brother Jor­dan teach­ing ten­nis teas­ing. He and was hop­ing to take over Jor­dan’s job was very sweet and ten­der with him. He in the lab at the hospi­tal. Pey­ton’s goal loved to play bas­ket­ball and foot­ball with was to be­come an anes­the­si­ol­o­gist. him and they spent time play­ing video

Pey­ton was re­ally smart and was al­ways games too. good with com­put­ers. He was our go-to Pey­ton looked for­ward to hav­ing Brycen guy when we needed help. Pey­ton could re­turn from his mis­sion to Rus­sia. al­ways have in­tel­li­gent con­ver­sa­tions with They had plans for the three old­est boys us, but he was a young man of few words. to live to­gether while they all at­tended We often were try­ing to fig­ure him out. Utah Val­ley Univer­sity this com­ing fall. Pey­ton en­joyed fix­ing cars and spent lots In­stead, Pey­ton will serve his own heav­enly of hours alone with his Un­cle Kelly work­ing mis­sion. He will be missed by all on his own car. We could al­ways hear who love him. him com­ing up the road. Pey­ton is sur­vived by his par­ents, Kelly

Pey­ton en­joyed life and was happy and Leann Wood; his broth­ers Jor­dan, and kind to oth­ers. He loved bas­ket­ball, Brycen, Lan­don and Dal­lan; grand­par­ents snow­board­ing, moun­tain bik­ing, camp­ing Dar­nell and Rhea Jean Han­cock and Gary as a fam­ily at Lake Pow­ell, Moab, Bryce and Marie Wood; and many aunts, un­cles, Canyon and day trips to the “Wa­ter Hole” cousins and friends. (Up­per Calf Creek Falls). Fu­neral ser­vices were held April 13,

Pey­ton turned in his Ea­gle Scout pa­per­work 2017, in San­taquin. In­ter­ment was in the the night be­fore he turned 18. He San­taquin City Ceme­tery. Share con­do­lences had been wait­ing for the call for his Board with the fam­ily at www.brown­fam­i­ly­mor­tu­ary. of Re­view. His younger brother Lan­don­com.

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