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Colton Brett Neeser

Died: Mon., Jul. 2, 2018

No services to be held

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Colton Brett Neeser, 17, passed away on Monday, July 2, 2018. He was the son of Brett Neeser and Teri Rowlands Neeser, born on September 19, 2000 in Pocatello, ID.

Colton was soon to be a senior at Pocatello High School. He was an avid, self-taught, guitar player and he enjoyed hiking, biking, weight lifting and video games. He also enjoyed archery and hunting. He taught himself a second language among many other things; there was no end to his knowledge, (he was a walking encyclopedia). Colton loved to learn. He loved his puppies, Bailey, Arhi and Gizmo. Colton was outgoing and naturally funny. People were drawn to his pleasant nature.

Colton is survived by his father, Brett Neeser, Pocatello, ID; mother, Teri Rowlands Neeser, Pocatello, ID and step-mother, Brook Long Neeser, Pocatello, ID ; sister, Keri Nagle, CO; brother, Dakota Neeser, Soda Springs, ID; brother, Taylor Nagle, CO; sister, Brook Neeser, Soda Springs, ID; , step-sister, Melissa Long Hollowell, IN; grandmother, Jeanie Neeser Nisson, McCammon, ID; aunt, Staci (Brad) McDonald, AZ; aunt, Nikki (Danny) Shaffer, Inkom, ID; uncle, Eddie (Candice) Neeser, Pocatello, ID; and many nephews, nieces, and cousins who loved him dearly.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Steve and Pat Rowlands; and great-grandparents, Fred and Zella Neeser and John Bowen.

The family will hold a private gathering at a later date.

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   Posted Thu July 05, 2018
May you draw comfort from our Heavenly Father who comforts us during our sorrows. Psalms 46:1

whsiper matthews
   Posted Sun July 08, 2018
I was one of the many friends that he had at school. we all loved him ! On behalf of myself and all of Poky High School, may you find some kind of peace in your memories of him. i know he wouldnt want you to hurt the way you are. RIP my friend, i will keep playing my guitar and trying to learn my sign language.
we loved you !

Emily Lucio
   Posted Sun July 08, 2018
I've known Colton since elementary school and for some of middle School. He was a very amazing person and one if the best friends a person could ask for. We had some very amazing times and I cherish them. I send all my love and appreciation to him and his family because he made a difference for me and I'll remember it all. He'll always be in my heart no matter what. I thank him for being a friend I ways wanted. Thank you so much.

Eric Rude
   Posted Wed July 11, 2018
I am so sorry for your loss. I really enjoyed having Colton as a student in my Forensic Science class. He worked hard, but also had a sense of humor. He will be missed.

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