Brody Lawrence Brewster \n\nJune 13, 1991 - January 22, 2021\n\nBrody Lawrence Brewster was a gift from God who touched our hearts, healed our souls, made us laugh, and helped us realize what is truly important and what is not. Brody was born on Thursday, June 13, 1991 to DeeAnn Hall Brewster and Thayne Jay Brewster in Provo, UT. Brody truly brought his family together. Throughout his life, Brody loved school and his day programs. He had great teachers, staff, and helpers that all fell in love with Brody, no matter what they had to put up with. He enjoyed attending Aspen Elementary, Orem Jr, & Timpanogos High School, from which he graduated in 2010. He most recently attended TURN's day program where he shared many tender and joyful experiences. For the last year, Brody had been staying at the Chrysalis group home in Springville, UT. He formed strong bonds and friendships with his staff and roommates. \n\nBrody had many loves: eating chicken, drawing & painting, baseball, dancing, upbeat music, headphones, watching Disney & Marvel movies, escaping, going into people's houses to sit on their couch, watch tv, and eat their food, getting rides in firetrucks, giving the biggest bear hugs and wet kisses, dressing as a pirate, flirting with cute girls, and most especially, his mom. When he tested positive for COVID-19 and was admitted to the American Fork Hospital, he received the best care for 11 days from all the nurses and staff. We want to personally thank them for the love and care they showed Brody and our family. Brody's mother did not leave his side except when absolutely necessary, for which he screamed the entire time until she returned. DeeAnn has cared for Brody in the same manner his whole life. \n\nBrody had many physical challenges in his life that he will now be free from. Brody was a fighter and bore his burdens cheerfully. His Father, Thayne has always been a strength & support to him, providing him with blessings, visits, hugs, and of course, headphones. He was able to give him a blessing the week before he passed. The day of his passing, Brody enjoyed watching his favorites: Mighty Joe Young & Lion King, listening to songs sung by his family, and video chatting family & friends from all over. The last 9 hours of his life he rested peacefully until his family on the other side of the veil took his hand and gently walked him back to the presence of the Father and our loving Savior, Jesus Christ.\n\nSome of these family members were his brother-in-law, Hector Castillo who passed on just a month earlier, his grandfathers, Kim Brewster & Henry Hall, ("Papa Kim" & "Grandma Hank" as Brody liked to call them), his grandmother Ruth Hall and their angel son, "Ricky". He leaves behind his parents, Dee Ann Hall Brewster, Thayne Jay & Karen Bogar Brewster, siblings: Beau Brewster (& Miki Brewster), Bonnie Castillo, Braxton Brewster, Jania Bogar, Michael Bogar, Kiana Alexander (& Jonathan Alexander), Melina Bogar & Brendan Bogar, as well as many aunts and uncles that he adored, especially his buddy who he's named after, Lawrence Hall. He is a proud uncle of five neices (Oakley, Rosalee, Juniper, Ripley, Lucille) and four nephews (Remington, Levi, Atticus, James Bridger). \n\nBrody, you will be dearly missed. However, we are glad you have graduated to your heavenly home. We will never forget the love and example you have shown us. You truly have changed us all for the better. You'll be with us like a handprint on our hearts, until we meet again at Jesus' feet. \n\nBrody's Viewing & Funeral will be held on Thursday, January 28th, 2021 at 3pm (Viewing) and 4pm (Funeral) at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints chapel (135 E. 2000 S. Orem, UT). There is a 100-person capacity and we will be following guidelines for masks and social distancing.\n\n If you are unable to attend, you can watch the Facebook live broadcast on the Legacy Funerals & Cremations Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/Legacy-Funerals-Cremations-166874953348457. A graveside service will be held at the Mountain View Cemetery in Mesa, AZ on Saturday, January 30th, 2021 at 11am where his body will laid to rest until his glorious resurrection.