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Baden Dale Bleazard

Dec. 18, 2007 - Sep. 8, 2021

Date of Service: Sep. 13, 2021

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Baden Dale Bleazard

BURLEY – Baden Dale Bleazard, 13, of Burley, Idaho, passed away peacefully in his home on September 8, 2021. Baden was born December 18, 2007, to a family who eagerly awaited his arrival and loved him deeply while he was here.

Baden is survived by his father, Anthony Bleazard; his mother, Stephanie Bleazard; his brother, Hank Bleazard; and his grandparents, Craig and Kristy Bleazard of Grantsville, Utah, and Calvin and Diane Jones of Burley, Idaho.

When Baden was just a few weeks old he began having seizures and was later diagnosed with a severe seizure disorder. Despite this difficult lifelong challenge, Baden got to enjoy an incredible amount of this beautiful world, with a great number of beautiful people. So many family members, doctors, nurses, teachers, therapists, and other care givers helped to give Baden the best quality of life that he could possibly have.

Baden enjoyed many things in his short life. He loved horseback riding and was a participant of Rising Stars Therapeutic Riding for ten years. He also loved swimming and spent countless hours doing therapy in the pool. Baden’s favorite thing was to be outside, and he spent a lot of time being taken on walks in the country and going with Dad to feed the animals.

Baden was well known for his passion for beads and pinwheels. He gave the best heartfelt, sincere, and sometimes painful hugs. He was such a resilient, brave child and kept fighting after each challenge. He was a delight to be with and a joy to know. Having Baden in our lives has been an incredible blessing, life won’t be the same without him. He will be greatly missed; however, we are so happy that he is finally free from all the pain and suffering his body has endured and we are comforted thinking of him in his Savior’s arms.

We are so incredibly grateful for the love and support from our family, friends, and community. He was able to enjoy so much more of his life because of your efforts.

The funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, Sept. 13, 2021, at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints – Declo Stake Center, located at 207 W. Main St., in Declo, with Bishop Scott Turpin of the Springdale 2nd Ward officiating. Burial will follow at Pleasant View Cemetery in Burley.

Friends and family will be received from 5 until 7 p.m. Sunday, September 12, at Rasmussen-Wilson Funeral Home, 1350 E. 16th St., in Burley, and from 10 until 10:45 a.m. Monday prior to the funeral service at the church.

In lieu of flowers, a donation to the KCNT1 Epilepsy Foundation in Baden’s honor is appreciated www.kcnt1epilepsy.org.

A live webcast of the Funeral Service will be available and maintained at the following link: https://youtu.be/wVw1Eb25Cug.

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From Kathy Eklund:
May all who knew & loved Baden be comforted at this difficult time. I did not know him, but have been touched by this beautiful tribute to his life.
From Patrice Parish:
So sorry to hear of your loss. Baden was a tremendous young man and made a difference in so many lives. He had the best loving parents that a kid could ever be blessed with. He will truly be missed! Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.
From Nancy Murphy MD:
Thank you for allowing us to share in Baden's journey., he was a remarkable young man. We wish you strength and courage at this most difficult time, and hope that you find peace in knowing that Baden has found peace and comfort.
With love and sympathy from all of us-
From Ross and Dena Newcomb :
Were so very sorry for your loss, what a sweet little guy i would see him this spring at physical therapy what a trooper
From Anita Holloway:
Baden was a bright shining star. His smile made me think he had a beautiful secret that I wanted in on. I loved his infectious laugh when I would read jokes to him. One of my fondest memories is a day he played a joke on me. I had set his beads aside so we could do whatever activity I had planned for that day. He laughed giving them to me and kept laughing as I proceeded. When I asked him what was so funny, he flashed that secretive smile and slapped some beads on the table that he had hidden in his other hand. We couldn't quit laughing. He had gotten me good with that wicked sense of humor. Your son was absolutely incredible and i am grateful to have known him. "perhaps they are not stars, but rather opening in heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through & shines down upon us to let us know they're happy."-Eskimo Proverb
From Ally Eagle(Treadaway):
Oh sweet boy. I remember when I used to babysit him and Hank. Such good boys. I also remember when Stephanie was tutoring me in math, Baden would sit next to me and play with his beads and try and get my attention by touching my hand. He was such a sweet boy. I’m so sorry for your loss Bleazards. You’re family is in my thoughts and prayers.
From Mundee Costley :
I was thinking about all the fun time we had in 3rd grade. Just loved that time.
From Donna McGlothen Friedman:
I pray for peace and strength to help Baden’s family during this difficult time. I didn’t know him but he sounds like an incredible guy. I too lost an amazing
20-year-old grandson (Reece) in March from seizures. The Hope of The Return of Christ has been my comfort.
May it be yours as well.
I Thessalonians 4:13-18
From Krissi Hansen:
Baden's classmate and my son, Walker, remembers Baden well and his love of strings of beads. He was well- liked. Having our own daughter, Bryer, with special needs makes us realize the hole this will leave with the family after so many years of compassionately caring for Baden. May you find peace in knowing the eternal plan of salvation. Our hearts and prayers are with you. It will be a joyful reunion when you get to see him again in his perfect state. We love you!
From Brea Wayment:
Baden has a special place in my heart. I remember Stephanie when we were pregnant together and we met thru Christean. We had fun skiing at Pomerelle. I remember hearing about Baden when he was born. Doctors weren’t sure what the future would be. You gave him the best life and the best care possible. You truly are an angel.
From Jana Darrington:
We are so sorry for your loss. What a handsome young man. We pray for peace and comfort for your family.
From Candi Wells:
My heart goes out to u, Stephanie, Diane & Calvin. Sending hugs at this difficult time!
From Paige Coats:
My heart just breaks for you! Sending so much love and prayers your way! Know how amazing you were with him! I was often in awe of you, speaking of all that you did to help Baden! There has never been a child loved more. Please hug Hank for me and tell him I miss him!
From Lisa Hickey :
Stephanie, Anthony and Hank, my heart is breaking for you, I feel Baden and Tyrone were so alike. Tyrone and I will be there for your family in spirit, we will be praying for you all.
From Mr. Grandpa:
I’m the grandpa of a little boy diagnosed with KCNT1, Ethan. I know of your struggles and feel your pain. Many thoughts your way.
From Emily Horting:
My heart goes out for all family and friends. Baden was an amazing child! So much personality and zest for life. Glad he is free of the pain now. Thoughts and prayers to you all!
From Amber Searle:
I was grateful for the chance to have been able to get the chance to meet and be with Baeden on the bus. He always had a smile on his face and was such a joy to be around. The family will be in my thoughts and prayers.
From Kelly Kelso CPNP:
You are an amazing family that provided an extraordinary life to Baden, so brimming with love, despite the very difficult journey this has been. It has been such an honor to be a part of this journey.
From Pamala ruby:
Baden was a very special spirit and I got some of those hugs that touched my heart. Heaven received a warrior who will be waiting to meet us again. Love to your family.
From Crump Amanda:
My sweet friends!! My heart breaks for this seemingly sudden change of events. Brayden was such a wonder and I loved seeing his sweet smile EVERY SINGLE TIME! Stephanie, your dedication was absolute and humbling. My thoughts and prayers (and air hugs) are with you as you go through this major period of adjustment. Memories of Brayden will always be a bright ray. Thank you all of you for all you did so that we might get our small chances to rub shoulders with him!
From Charity Chesley:
You are all in my prayers. Baden was a beautiful boy and I loved his hugs!
From Maura McCrystal :
Thinking of you all at this very sad time. Condolences to all Baden's family and friends. #HECW2 family here too xxx
From Belva Crews:
So sorry for your loss.
From Karen Stucki:
What a sweetheart and a blessing he was. I know that Baden was sent to the perfect family for him. No one could have loved him and cared for him as perfectly as Stephanie and Anthony, and all of their family. Whenever I was with Baden, I felt and knew that I was in the presence of a great and noble Spirit. My heart breaks for all their family, because they loved him so very, very much, their grief and pain of not having him with them will be almost unbearable. He was so very loved.
Thank you Baden for blessing our lives. I am so very grateful that this sweet family will be together again someday….never to be separated again….I love you all.
From Pamella Miller :
Dearest Ajthony, Stephanie and Hank. My heart goes out to you as I know how much you all loved Baden and will feel the hole his passing will leave in you family. He surely was a champion of determination to get the most out of his time he with us.
Much love and care to all of you.

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