March 19, 2004 - April 1, 2022
Julian Armani Carr (Squishy and Munchkin) March 19, 2004 - April 1, 2022 Son, Brother, Grandson, Uncle, Nephew, and friend to everyone. Julian’s motto in life was “Family First” and he lived by that motto every day. He expressed a genuine interest and passion for not only his family but everyone he crossed paths with. He loved meeting new people, listening to their stories, and learning about what made them; them. Always the first to volunteer to help with whatever they may need. Julian expressed his love through affection, and never missed an opportunity to take those he cared for into his loving embrace. This beautiful boy had an infectious smile, flawless eyebrows, and chiseled jaw. He was a bright light in a dark world. His fearlessness of failure gave him amazing strength and determination, which he carried with him in all walks of life. Julian always had a ball in his hand and never missed an opportunity to play catch or shoot hoops, especially with his five brothers. He was competitive, encouraging, and both a student and a teacher. Julian loved to goof around, wrestle, play video games, watch superhero movies, play outdoors, and could talk with his brothers for hours on end. If any of his brothers were feeling down, Julian made it his mission to bring them back up. They could always depend on him for comfort, help with homework, strength, encouragement, and a lot of entertainment. Julian had a unique, unbreakable bond with each of his brothers. “Family First” An explorer at heart, Julian had the amazing opportunity of traveling the world with his dad. They walked so many beaches along multiple ocean fronts, adventured through different types of forests, and climbed numerous mountain ranges. This is where Julian had the blessing to gaze from on high at God’s beautiful works of art. At home Julian was involved in many sports, from soccer to cross country, and even pole vaulting, but his true passion was football; an ultimate Cowboys fan! While on the field and getting into position, he would always look back at his parents. He would find his mom recording every play and his dad cheering him on with pride. His family will always be his biggest fans. Julian had a way of making those he loved feel special and without effort formed an individual relationship with everyone he met. Julian was full of life and positive energy. He was adventurous, affectionate, charismatic, thoughtful, empathic, eccentric, confident, a protector, and in his own right; fashionable. Remarkable in every way, a true loving soul. We all lost an angel. Barely 18 and a high school senior, Julian looked forward to graduation and pursuing his dreams and ambitions of becoming a master electrician to achieve his ultimate goal, “buy a big house for mom.” Julian is survived by his parents, J. Alex Carr, Chaun and Deanna Hooton; brothers Camron, Gavin, Aidan, Kristian, and Jordyn; Grandparents Tracey, Andé and Brad, David and Shirley, Joe and Colette, and Stacy. Julian is also survived by many Aunties, Uncles, numerous first and second Cousins, one Nephew, two Nieces, and a multitude of extended Family. Julian loved and is loved, without indifference, without judgment, and without end.
Julian Armani Carr (Squishy and Munchkin) March 19, 2004 - April 1, 2022 Son, Brother, Grandson, Uncle, Nephew, and friend to everyone. Julian’s motto in life was “Family First” and he lived by that motto every day. He expressed... View Obituary & Service Information
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Julian Armani Carr
(Squishy and Munchkin)
March 19, 2004 - April...
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