Treven Brazier Obituary, Death – Treven Brazier of Utah, suddenly passed away at aged 22. On December 31, 2002, Sarah Degn Gordon and Raymond Bud Brazier welcomed a son, Treven Degn Brazier (T-Ball), into the world. Treven, who had suffered for a long time from mental illness and depression, was finally able to return to his loving Heavenly Father and Savior on January 2, 2023. Treven was born with a head that was completely spherical, like a “ball.” This trait remained with him throughout his life. Therefore, from the beginning on, everybody called him “T-ball,” and it was the term that most people used to refer to him by. Because of his warm disposition, infectious grin, and sparkling eyes, he was well liked by everyone who knew him. He was constantly on the lookout for folks who were by themselves. Even the individuals that he competed against in sports thought of him as a buddy.
It was always up to him to decide what to do with the ball. Treven excelled at every sport he ever played, including baseball, basketball, ping pong, football, and pickleball, among others. He maintained his health and fitness by going fishing, playing video games, and engaging in nerf gun battles. He was the kind of person who was always ready for going on an adventure with his many friends and siblings. His parents were Sarah and Jim Gordon of Huntington, Utah, as well as Raymond B. Brazier of Hurricane, Utah. In addition to his parents and children, he leaves behind a large number of siblings, nieces and nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, and far too many friends to list here.
Treven’s “Grampy,” Ralph G. Degn, had already passed away when Treven did, but we have no doubt that he, too, greeted Treven with love and open arms as he crossed the finish line of this life. Treven will be laid to rest on Monday, January 9, 2023 at 11 a.m., the same day and time of his funeral. Before the ceremony, the family will gather with friends at the stake center on Sunday evening between the hours of 5 and 7 p.m. and on Monday morning between 9 and 10:30 a.m. After that, people will be laid to rest in graves.