Joseph Brower

Joseph Martin Brower left this earth suddenly on November 16, 2020. He was born in Kanab Utah on November 07, 1977 to Oscar Frank Brower and Saundra Grace Scott. He was preceded in death by his Farther.
Joseph leaves a loving wife Debbie and four children. Ashden, Kolby, Ethan and Shaden.
He leaves three brothers and three sisters, Linda (Tim) Beard, Debbie (Mark) Crook,
Todd (Teri) Brower Fisher, Lisa Brower Wells, Frank Scott (Ellen) Brower and Connor Jacob Scott Brower.
Joseph and Debbie were married on August 26, 2002. They were later sealed in the St. George Temple on June 27, 2015
Joseph worked for warehouse in Eugene, Oregon. He helped his dad run a sports entertainment store in Springfield, Oregon. He moved back to St. George Utah in 1998 where he took some classes at the LDS institute and took some classes at Dixie College. He moved back to Kanab in 2000 where he worked with his Uncle Chuck Eddy in construction. He also worked for Honeys Market place, Best Friends Animal Shelter, Wingate Wilderness Therapy and Best Western Motel. In 2018 he started his own transportation business. He loved meeting new people and driving them to many places. He transported customers to Phoenix AZ, Salt Lake City, Las Vegas, St George, Cedar City anywhere they needed to go. He met so many people for many places around the world. He loved this Job and had many local customers that will greatly miss him. Joseph loved his family very much. He spent all of his time with them. He wanted them always involved in what he was doing. Debbie and Joseph always included their boys in what they were doing. They read books together, went to the movies, went for walks and bike rides. Always together.
Joseph loved the outdoors and did a lot of rock climbing until July 17, 2014. He fell around 30 feet and broke his neck. We were so lucky that he survive and wasn’t paralyzed. He could of died that day but God lovingly gave him to us for another six years. He never rock climbed again but he ran in several 10ks and won many trophy’s. Joseph was such a busy little kid and got his share of bumps, bruises and stitches. His aunt Marsha once told him he was going through medical school the hard way.
One of his favorite things to do when he was three was to walk to Denny’s Wig Wan to get a ice cream cone. He would always ask for vanilla ice cream. One day I asked him why he always got a vanilla ice cream cone and he said I didn’t know there was any other kind.
He was a special child that loved his wife, his children, his brothers and sister and his family very much. Joseph was very spiritual, he loved the lord, and tried to stay close to him. When he was five he told me how much he missed heaven, that people were so much nicer there. That he missed being able to sit on Jesus lap. Joseph was a special gift from God and we’re so grateful that God gave him to our Family. We love you Joe and you will truly be missed
There will be a viewing at Mosdell Mortuary at 2pm on Saturday the 28th of November. A grave side service will follow at 3pm.


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