Wade L. Miles
August 9, 1989 ~ September 23, 2015
Visitation: Friday, September 25th, from 6-8 p.m. Gillies Funeral Chapel (634 East 200 South) or at the Forest Hills LDS Chapel (25 North 300 East, Brigham City) on Saturday from 9-10:30 am
Funeral: Saturday, September 26th at 11 am, Forest Hills LDS Church (25 North 300 East) in Brigham City
Burial: Brigham City Cemetery
It is with heavy hearts that we bid temporary farewell to a dearly beloved son, brother, cousin, and friend who passed away unexpectedly on Wednesday, September 23, 2015. He is now released from the bounds of darkness and is enveloped in the arms of Jesus Christ. Wade was born to Bill and Naomi Stevens Miles in Brigham City, Utah on August 9, 1989. He was always quick with a hug or head and back rub. He graduated as a valedictorian of Box Elder High School in 2007. He participated on the cross country and tennis teams. He enjoyed unicycling, hiking, and camping. He attended BYU for 3 semesters on a Presidential Scholarship. Wade was an Eagle Scout and served in the California Ventura Mission. He was known for his genuine friendship and kindness by all who knew him. Wade is survived by his parents and siblings: Angela (Quinton) Pike of Minnetonka, MN; Wyatt (Jessica) of Austin, Texas; Dr. Nathan Miles (Katy) of Lexington, Kentucky; Jaclyn (Craig) Wright of Jacksonville, Florida; and Austin (Vasthi) of Logan, Utah. He was preceded in death by his brother William Ian and sister Natalie. Also preceded in death by his grandparents M.J. Miles of Henderson, Nevada and Mary Miles of St. George, Utah and Harold and Melba Stevens of Roy and Kaysville, Utah. The funeral will be held at the Forest Hills LDS Church (25 North 300 East) in Brigham City on Saturday, September 26th at 11 am. Family and friends may call at the Gillies Funeral Chapel (634 East 200 South) in Brigham City on Friday, September 25th, from 6-8 p.m. or at the Forest Hills LDS Chapel on Saturday from 9-10:30 am. Burial in the Brigham City Cemetery.
I went to high school with Wade, and I wanted you to know that he was one of the most kind, genuine, witty, friendly persons that I ever had the privilege of knowing. I will always remember that about him. My heart and prayers are with your family during this difficult time. May God be with you to comfort your aching hearts.
I am so sad to hear of Wades passing. I worked with him at Taco Time. I loved him so much. I am so sorry. But kinda knowing his struggles he is safe now in the arms of our Savior. He was a great kid with a huge heart. My prayers are with you all at THIS time.
I just wanted you to know that my thoughts and prays are with you at this shocking lost. I worked with with Wade at Taco Time before and after his mission want a great kid. He will be missed by many.
Wade was an awesome friend. We played trombone together in high school band and I used to joke with him all the time. He was an awesome awesome guy and friend. It is so sad to hear this happened.
Bill and Naomi, We offer our condolences for your loss. We pray that your hearts will be comforted because of the Atonement of the Savior. We are remembering you and your family, with love, in our prayers.
Brent and Susan Crook
It was a blessing to serve with my wife as my companion as Wade's mission president. He blessed the lives of many people in California as well as his missionary companions and other missionaries who served in the mission. He holds a special place in our hearts. We are grateful that we were able to maintain contact with him since returning from the mission. We will miss him but have faith that he is now at peace and has had a great reunion with his brother.
Bill & Naomi and family,
We are so sorry for your loss. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. I hadn't seen Wade for quite a while, but I still remember his smile while I served in Primary! It is at these times that we feel so grateful for the Gospel and the Plan of Happiness knowing you will see your sons again.
Kim & Jeff Christensen