Jaydon Earl Sidener

Jaydon Earl Sidener was born June 16, 2005 to Kevin and Courtney Sidener and big sister Morgon. Jaydon was a 4th grader at Cherokee Trail Elementary in Parker Colorado. He had also attended Shelledy Elementary in Fruita for kindergarten and 1st grade.
Jaydon Earl had a love for all sports, he played basketball, soccer and did karate; but he had fallen in love with flag football and played on the Thunderbolts in Parker. Jaydon Earl was a “techie” kid. He loved spending time on his I-Pad and IPod. He was always after the next game to conquer. He often said to people that “there is an app for that”. Jaydon Earl and his mom shared a love-obsession with Mustangs, he knew every years style, model, and he called them off whenever he saw one. His dream Mustang was a vapor grey with black racing strips.
Jaydon Earl attended Crossroads Church in Parker, Colorado. He had recently asked to be baptized. He was uplifted by having the Lord in his life and shared it with many.
Jaydon Earl was a funny prankster, gentle, kind, stubborn and had the biggest heart. He never knew a stranger and always sought out the underdog. He had compassion beyond his years.
Jaydon Earl is survived by his parents Kevin and Courtney Sidener and sister Morgon, grandparents Sara Peterson, Kelly and Nora Peterson, Dea and Woody Woodruff, great grandparents Buckley and MaryAnn Peterson. Aunts and uncles, Elsey and Shelby Erickson, Abbey and Joe Gilmore, Carrie Sidener, John Lamgo, and Troy McGruder. Cousins he is adored by are Colt and Gracie Erickson, Wade Gilmore, Arieaunna McGruder, and Mariska Lamgo. He was also adored by many great aunts and uncles.
Jaydon Earl was proceeded in death by his grandfathers: Papa Earl Sidener and Papa Larry Kump.
Services will be at Canyon View Vineyard Church, 736 24 ½ Rd Grand Junction, CO, on Thursday, April 30, 2015 at 11:00 am. Graveside service to follow at Oddfellows Cemetery, 2620 Legacy Way Grand Junction, CO.To honor Jaydon Earl please wear your favorite hoodie and jeans. If attending grave side service please bring a favorite match box car to place on his casket.
Memorial contribution should be made to the Jaydon Earl Sidener memorial fund at any Wells Fargo Bank or at Yampa Valley Bank, attention: Grant Roper.

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