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Isaiah Robert Schumann

June 5, 2020 — March 11, 2023

Isaiah Robert Schumann was born on June 5, 2020 in San Diego, California.  He brought
immediate joy to his parents and brothers.  Before crawling, his method of traveling was rolling
laterally across the floor.  One of his first words was “yeah?,” and it was his primary response to
nearly every communication.  At 10 months, he received his first pair of glasses.  When we put
them on him, his face lit up, as now he could see clearly.  He loved going for bike rides on
Mom’s special bike seat.  He also loved spending time with his brothers and getting into
mischief—running away and laughing as he did it.  His laughter was infectious, and many were
drawn to his brilliant smile.  He especially loved playing with cars, listening to stories about
trucks, putting together puzzles, and being involved in family games. Games of his own creation
included: hiding his empty milk bottles, pulling off all the books from the shelves, removing
discs from CD cases, “improving” his oldest brother’s artwork, and popping out the lenses of his
glasses.  Two of his favorite songs to sing were “I am a Child of God” and “Happy
Birthday.”  Over time, wild curly hair became his trademark look.  One of his favorite ways to
engage with things, no matter how sturdy or fragile, was to stand on them.  Isaiah had a
boundless sense of curiosity and a sweetness and light he carried within his spirit wherever he
went.  Isaiah was fiercely independent (“I do it!”), and in his own dialect led us in prayer at
every opportunity—at mealtimes and bedtime.  He was generous with his smiles, hugs, and
affection.  He completed his mortal journey on March 11, 2023.  He is survived by his father,
Paul, mother, Emily, and older brothers Josiah and Benjamin.

Funeral Information
Date: Thursday 23 MAR 23
Location: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 950 North 1200 East Logan, Utah
Viewing Time: 09:00-10:00
Memorial Service Time: 10:30
Graveside Service to Follow
A live viewing option of the memorial service will be available on this website. A recording
of the service will also be available on this site shortly after the proceedings.

Ways to honor Isaiah
1. Please help us document Isaiah’s memory! We invite you to post your thoughts on this
website or send Isaiah an email (now or anytime in the future!) at .
2.  Isaiah is a joyful soul who loves story time and play (especially with community helping
vehicles!).  You may consider purchasing one of the following of his favorites to share with a
child who could benefit from some extra joy:
3.  The library is one of his favorite places:
Or donate to your own local library!
4. Isaiah is a proud military kid! You may consider donating to the Navy-Marine Corps Relief
Society. This non-profit supports families experiencing financial difficulties due to
deployments, family emergencies, and other hardships of military life.
5. Isaiah was treated at this hospital and received amazing care:
6. One of Isaiah’s favorite toys (a school bus) was purchased at this shop. Their mission is “to
strengthen families through the daily habit of celebration and meaningful gift giving.” You may
consider spreading the light that Isaiah emanated by using this business as a resource:
7. Isaiah's warm light provided safety to everyone he met. You may consider offering support to the following organizations, or any other cause that promotes safety.
To order memorial trees or send flowers to the family in memory of Isaiah Robert Schumann, please visit our flower store.


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