Case Holmes Obituary, Brigham City, Utah, Case Holmes Has Passed Away

Case HolmesĀ  Obituary, Death – In 2022, Case Ardell Holmes died. We’re inconsolable. Many loved and befriended Case during his short life. Funny, compassionate, industrious, respectful, and talented. Gold-hearted. Case dismantled everything as a child. How things operated fascinated him. He’s talented. Baseball, soccer, basketball, wrestling, and football were his sports. His coaches shaped him. He loved baseball. He often threw a ball in the yard or discussed baseball clubs and rivalries with Trae. Grandpa Ardell inspired Case’s outdoor passion. Grandpa taught him to fish and shoot early. They built memories on the river and in a blind. Case raced dirt bikes, snowboarded, and mountain bikes, constructed BMX ramps on the farm, welded, played pickleball, mended cars, swam, and was an artist.

Case helped his father, Greg, milk cows and work the crops. Country lad. Box Elder High senior Case. 4.0 was his goal. AP and Honors classes at Bridgerland Applied Technical College. Observant. Utah State, his parent’s alma mater, awarded Case a scholarship. FFA/Seminary member. Eight-year-old Case joined the Boys Scouts. Nearly finished with his Eagle Scout project. Everyone liked Case. He maintained, deepened, and gained friendships. His companions shaped his life. He considered his friend’s brothers. His pals are cherished by our family.
Case was a Second Ward official. He validated his temple suggestion on his last Sunday. He liked baptizing family and friends during funerals.

Since Primary, he’d wanted to serve a mission and was excited to apply. Jesus’ love for everybody was demonstrated. His service showed Christ’s love. Case loves and works behind the scenes.
Greg and Lindsey Holmes, Brenna, and Massey are left behind. Grandpa Ken (Holmes), Grandma and Grandpa Reay (Susan and Ardell), nephews Jett and Beck Johansson, and other relatives survive him. Case met Carole (Holmes) and Arthur and Ninnie (Betty) Dilworth. Their compassion helped us through.
Our family thanks the first responders and volunteers who sacrificed Friday night to help us reunite. Happy holidays! We appreciate our family and friends’ support. Your prayers have lifted the veil.
Thursday, December 22, 2022, at 11 a.m. at Brigham City West Stake Center, 895 N. 625 W. Wednesday, Dec. 21 from 6 to 8 p.m. and Thursday from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.