Beloved Son, Brother, Grandson, Nephew and Friend to many.
He was born on August 17, 1985 to Nikki Carlson in Fort Collins Colorado. He passed away at his home in Loveland Colorado on November 10, 2019. His is survived by his Mother Nikki Padilla and Step Father Robbie Luna of Rexford Kansas. His Sister Tabatha Carlson of Milliken Colorado, His Brother Tristan Carlson of Milliken Colorado, His Sister Michelle Padilla and Wife Xanna of Loveland Colorado, and His Sister Shanelle Padilla of Rexford Kansas. His Grandparents Charles and Sharon Carlson of Milliken Colorado and Grandfather Geno Sanchez of Loveland Colorado. His Aunt Shawna Terrel and Husband Randy of Loveland, His Uncle Chad of Colby Kansas, His Uncle Todd Carlson and Wife Lisa of Loveland Colorado, His Aunt Tonya of Milliken Colorado, His Aunt Rachelle Dalton and Husband Jay of Lake Crystal Minnesota, His Uncle Isiaha Carlson of Milliken Colorado. His Niece Jocelyn Carlson of Milliken Colorado, Nephew Kaiden Carlson of Milliken Colorado and Dawson Carlson of Milliken Colorado. His Cousins Trevor Carlson of Eaton Colorado, Christopher Carlson of Loveland Colorado, Deena Dalton of Lake Crystal Minnesota, Doree Dalton of Lake Crystal Minnesota and several other Cousins. He is proceeded in Death by several Grandparents and His Aunt Charise Carlson.
He had three very special partners in crime from the time that they were all very young. Together he created many special memorable stories over the many short years with Jared Stephens, Jonny Baker and Ryan Martinez.
He attended School in Loveland Colorado and Graduated from Thompson Valley High School in 2004. He attended Front Range Community College while finishing high school where he studied Forestry. He was a member of Boy Scouts of America all through school. As a member of the Boy Scouts, he climbed numerous fourteeners and visited Canada. He loved the Mountains and enjoyed sending his free time outdoors. He frequently went camping including winter camping in snow forts which was one of his favorite things to do. He treasured the memories he made and kept the virtues he learned close to his heart. He loved animals of all kinds and shared a special bond with many of them over the years. As a young man he enjoyed spending any second he could at red feather specifically the lost lakes area.
He will be laid to rest in Loveland Colorado on Monday November 18, 2019.
There are no happy endings. Endings are the saddest part, so just give a happy middle and a very Happy start.”
In the end, it’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years.
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