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Lindstrom, Blake A

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April 3, 1993 - January 8, 2017

Lindstrom, Blake A

Blake Aaron Lindstrom was born April 3, 1993 and went peacefully to be with the Lord on January 8, 2017 at the age of 23.  Blake’s memory will be held dearly by his mother, Traci Lee; step-father, Joe Lee; father, Aaron Lindstrom and Liesel Carney.  He will be remembered with love by his brother, Travis and wife Courtney Doyle; his nephew, Gage Doyle; and brother, Bryant Gallow.  Blake’s loving charm and big heart will also be warmly remembered by his Grandparents, Rhonda and Jim Prokupek; Grandfather, Larry Lindstrom; and Grandparents, Bob and Sharon Slovak.  Aunt, Kelli Willis and husband Michael; uncles, Eric Lindstrom and wife Tammy, Neil Lindstrom and wife Misty, and Danny Miller and wife  Jennifer will miss Blake’s large soul and even bigger smile, but will be comforted in his heavenly rest.  Blake is also survived by cousins, Ethan Pugh, Chance Pugh, Bailey Lindstrom, Brittney Toler, Samantha Ferguson, Logan Lindstrom, Courtney Lindstrom; Great Aunts and Uncles and many other cousins, and his entire Cornerstone Recovery Family. They will all miss their sweet friend, his generous spirit, his resolute loyalty, and his impish humor.  His time with us was short, but his impact on all of us was enormous.

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Blake was a happy child, affecting all around him with his laughter, his smile, and his devilish wit.  He could fill a room with his charm, and loved running about with his early friends, Colin and Alex.  Blake excelled at sports, particularly track at Kingwood High, an athleticism his mother first discovered when 2-year old Blake scaled the kitchen refrigerator, or at 4 when he led his mother and aunt on a wild goose chase down the beach laughing the whole way!

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Blake loved the times he spent with his large family.  One of his great joys was in celebrating the holidays with his many relatives, sharing stories, and enjoying their lively company (and of course, eating).  We are thankful for the mark he left us: his spirit of joy and laughter.  His family was the rock of his life, he was our youthful light.

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Blake’s love of the outdoors only grew as he got older.  He found calm and peace under God’s heavenly, star-filled canopy, and relished biking through the brush in Big Bend and canoeing through many a whitewater rapids.    He was an avid rock climber and camper.  Blake most felt a special peace under the stars, backpacking with friends on wilderness trips with his Cornerstone Family.  Truth be known, Blake is now probably doing camp kitchen duty in a place of unspeakable beauty – and loving it.

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Blake, son, grandson, cousin, friend, we will miss you and our hearts will be heavy today, but we look joyfully forward to the day that we will meet again.  Keep the campfire burning bright for us.

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A visitation will be held on January 11, 2017 from 6p.m. to 8p.m. in Kingwood, TX at Kingwood United Methodist Church 1799 Woodland Hills Dr., Kingwood TX 77339, to share stories about our loved Blake.

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A Celebration Service of Blake’s life will take place at 10:00 on Thursday, January 12, 2017 at the Kingwood United Methodist Church 1799 Woodland Hills Dr., Kingwood TX 77339.

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Blake will be laid to rest at Earthman Memory Garden Cemetery at 8624 Garth Rd., Baytown TX 77521.

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In lieu of flowers, the family request that you consider a contribution in Blake’s name be made to either the Corner Stone Outreach located at 1619 Castle Court in Houston TX 77006, or to the Advanced Learning Program at 4007 Cypress Grove Lane, Houston TX 77088.

To view and submit images or to sign the guestbook, visit http://www.mem.com/724365


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Visitation: A visitation was held on 2017-01-12 at Kingwood United Methodist Church.


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