Brexit Green | Kingfisher Times and Free Press

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So many people come into our lives and leave as they came.

However, there are those precious rarities that touch our hearts so deeply, they will never be the same again.

There’s no better way to describe Brexten Green.

The number of people he has impacted and touched in his life is truly amazing.

Brexten’s personality was larger than life.

He added joy, humor and friendship to everyone he met, whether you’ve known him for five minutes or your whole life.

Brexten’s impact over his lifetime has been tremendous, regardless of his age.

If you were younger than him, he was a role model, a hero and a friend. If you were older than him, you tried to be a little more like him every day.

Brexten was the upperclassman who brought the kids home after practice, led others to a group of youngsters who couldn’t have gone, including friends on all the hunting trips .

We often joke about all of Brexten’s various friendship groups. He was able to strike up friendships with anyone who crossed his path and never had to strain to do so.

Brexten is the epitome of the Cashion community.

He was always there for those who needed him. Whether it was a flat tire, a friend in need or just hanging out, Brexten was there and normally the center of attention.

People were naturally drawn to him and wanted to be around him. His smile and presence could brighten up any room he walked into.

While no one knows exactly what to say about this tragedy, we take comfort in knowing that Brexten lived life to the fullest every day.

He performed to the best of his abilities in every task, practice, game, etc.

We are also comforted to know that Brexten is smiling from heaven with his Lord and Savior as we watch the impact he has had in all of our lives.

None of us will understand God’s infinite plan for us, or why some are taken away at such a young age.

Brexten was able to perfectly fulfill God’s plan for him shortly after he was called home.

We are trying to put the pieces back together without him and it is proving to be a difficult task.

When I think of Brexten entering heaven, I see Jesus smiling, arms outstretched, saying, “Well done, good and faithful servant. His legacy will live on through all of us.

The pain of losing a son, brother, grandson, nephew, friend, teammate is unbearable.

Brexten took a piece of us all with him to heaven.

We all have a hole to fill with this loss. Brexten would expect us to celebrate his legacy and continue to support each other during this difficult time.

He also expects his friends to continue supporting his family in his absence.

Family was everything to Brexten. He loved his mother with all his heart. He liked to be called “mama’s son”.

He loved his father and cherished all the time spent hunting, playing sports, etc.

He loved his beautiful sisters and liked to drive them crazy most of the time.

To the angel flying highest above them all, Brex, you will be missed for the rest of our lives.

We look forward to the day when we can see you again.

Brexten was currently enrolled at Emporia State University in Emporia, Kan.

He was a member of the football team there and was looking forward to an amazing future with the Hornets.

Born on April 5, 2002, Brexten grew up in Cashion where he attended school from kindergarten until graduation in May 2021, a wildcat through and through.

His last day on earth – July 2, 2022 – was spent doing one of the many things he loved – enjoying his friends.

He was at Grand Lake and decided to go cliff jumping – Brexten style, he lived to the fullest.

Tragically, after going underwater, he never surfaced and rescuers were unable to locate him despite their best efforts.

Brexten’s family and friends would like you to join us in celebrating his life at the Cashion Public School gymnasium.

His service will be at 4 p.m. on Friday, July 8.

The mandatory outfit will be Cashion gear!

Please bring noisemakers, cowbells, etc. We send it the Cashion Wildcat way.

Brexten is survived by his parents Brett and LaMae Green of Cashion; grandfather Harold Clark of Dale; Chickasha’s grandmother Delores Green; sister and brother-in-law Karsyn and Austin Miller; sister and boyfriend Masyn Green and Jonathan Davis of Cashion; aunts and uncles Jimmy and Raeshel Flewallen of Dale, Russ and Alana Coon of Dale, Randy and Shalayn Miller of Cashion, Alan and Molly Breslin of Austin, Texas, and Derek Green of Chickasha; cousins ​​Blake and Becca Coon of Dale, Jared and Mandi Coon of Dale, Turner and Taylor Coon of Shawnee, Landon and Tabitha Coon of Edmond, Ty and Maicee Flewallen of Dale, Jace and Jayden Flewallen of Cashion, Jaelin Flewallen of Dale , Kamden Miller of Cashion and Kinley Miller of Cashion.

The bearers will be Jacob Woody, Jacob Farrow, Logan LaGasse, Tabor McClure, Alex Nabavi, Kaden LaFortune, Ryan Baker and Brandon Collier.

The family requests that photos, videos, articles and any other keepsakes be emailed to: brextengreen. [email protected]

They are excited to be able to take time later and see all the ways he impacted others throughout his life.

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