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Kyzer Nathaniel Grant
April 17, 2015 ~ August 10, 2020 (age 5) 5 Years Old
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Kyzer Nathaniel Grant age 5 of Cheboygan Michigan passed away Monday August 10th, 2020 at Mott Children's Hospital in Ann Arbor. He was born April 17th, 2015 in Gaylord. the son of Samantha Yorch and Anthony Grant, II. Kyzer was a goofy sarcastic joyful little boy who knew what he wanted in life. He was very mischievous. Kyzer wanted to be a police officer because he didn't like when people did bad things. Kyzer loved to play with his cousins, loved swimming and playing outside. He enjoyed spending time with his brothers. He was Levi's partner in crime at home. Wherever Levi was Kyzer was right there with him, whether it was being sneaky or getting into mischief they were always together. Brendyn was his gaming buddy, he enjoyed playing Minecraft and Fortnite with him. He loved Brendyn very much. Ayden was his comfort buddy, someone he went to, to make him feel better. Kyzer knew he could always count on his big brother Ayden. He was a Mama's boy, he loved cuddling with his Mama, and cracking jokes at her, and whenever he got the chance, he loved to push her buttons. They were very close. He wanted to be wherever she was. He also loved his Uncle Kyle deeply, as he looked up to him and had always made it known he was Uncle Kyle's favorite, and would always tell Uncle Kyle "That's my car." Oh boy did he also love to be with his Aunt Kendra and Uncle Bubba as he always wanted to go to their house, mostly to play with his best little buddy Tanner. During family events he was always wanting to be right there with Tanner, wherever one was you were sure to find the other! He was also his Papa's side kick and loved spending time with him and his Grandma. He also shared a close bond with his Aunt Dawnie and Uncle Bobby because he knew how to sweet talk them into letting him go swimming in their pool and taking him for motorcycle rides. His Aunt Kimmy loved taking him to church and he knew he could talk to her about anything and boy could he tell stories! Kyzer was very loved by many and will be deeply missed, forever in our hearts he will be!
Survivors include his Mom and Dad, three brothers, Ayden, Brendyn and Levi, Grandparents, Yvonne and Kenneth Brown, Anthony Grant and Teresa Dryer, Great Grandfather, Jim Yorch, Great Grandmother, Rose Brown, Aunts and Uncles, Amber & (Colton) Free, James Yorch, Alicia Brown, Mandy & (Christopher) Ormsbee, Zack Brown, Kendra & (Bubba) Losievsky, Kyle Brown, Nadia Morley, Ethan Grant, Ricci & (Matt) Tyler and Kirsten Hunt and many cousins.
He was preceded in death by his Grandfather, Samuel Morley, Great Grandmother, Donna Vickers, Great Grandfather, Calvin Brown and two cousins, Jeremy Yorch and Lucas "Stiles" Winter.
A Celebration of Kyzer’s Life will take place at the park behind the Benton Township Hall in Alverno on Saturday, August 22nd beginning at 5:00 PM. Memorial contributions may be directed to Kendra Losievsky. Arrangements are being handled by the Nordman-Christian Funeral Home.