“Love Life” On February 22, 1996 Jeremy William Bryant came into this world into the loving arms of his parents, William Michael (Mic) Bryant and Shahri Kay (Quick) Bryant. Jeremy had a smile on his face, a twinkle in his eye and an endless supply of energy. He was a vivacious, energetic and tender hearted child. He had an older sister, Trish and three older brothers, Steven, Josh and Vincent. His brother, Josh, was Jeremy’s best friend—they always looked out for each other.As a young boy, Jeremy loved tractors and playing in the dirt. He wanted to know how everything worked. He was very skilled an adept in almost everything he tried to do. He held the Aaronic Priesthood, he was a dancer, a comedian, and he wanted to be a professional motocross rider. He was always in the center of the fun, his contagious laughter and his indomitable spirit leading the charge. He was a seeker of happiness, loved the outdoors, recently completing the Hunter’s Safety Course. He never met anything on wheels he didn’t want to ride, drive or race. He was excited to have just gotten his driver’s license and proud to list himself as a donor. He was unselfish and generous, a sensitive, caring friend to anyone that would open their heart to him.Jeremy was surrounded by a loving family that cared for him deeply. Jeremy was adored by many loving cousins that admired him and think of him often. He considered them all, his brothers and sisters. They all miss him terribly and look forward to the day when they’re reunited at “Quick’s Cove”.\nThey say it takes a village…Jeremy was also blessed with wonderful grandparents, Keith and Pat Quick and Bill and Barbara Bryant. He has many aunts and uncles, cousins, friends and neighbors who cared for him, nurtured him, mentored him and loved him dearly. Jeremy loved everyone unconditionally. He never let his woes get in the way of his happiness for more than a minute. He lived life to the fullest and every new day was an opportunity.Saturday, April 7, 2012 was no different. With a 4-wheeler beneath him and mountains of sand to climb he set out on another adventure. Jeremy passed away doing what he loved.In his honor, Funeral Services will be held Saturday, April 14, 2012 at 11:00 a.m. at the Little Cottonwood Stake Center – 1160 East Vine Street, Murray, Utah. Viewings will be held at the Stake Center Friday, April 13, 2012 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Saturday from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. Jeremy will be laid to rest at Larkin Sunset Gardens Sandy, Utah.Jeremy was preceded in death by his Grandfather, Bill Bryant.Donations may be made in the name of ‘Jeremy William Bryant’ at Zions First National Bank.