Res Perry Windham, we have lost our son, our brother, our grandson, our best friend, and the brightest light, on April 9, 2020, at the age of 15. We hold dear the love and support that has been shared with us.
We are broken losing such a loving, sweet, and funny boy. He was such a prankster, was so funny and owned who he was. Res was smart and inquisitive, he was kind and oh, so imaginative. He would standup to bullies if a friend was having issues, he was brave, even if he didn’t know it. He was a wonderful big brother. His siblings were his best friends. He loved music. Res’ favorite song was “Yellow Submarine” by the Beatles. He enjoyed his video games and was a star in Park High Speech and Drama. Res could do anything he wanted, and if you told him he couldn’t, then he’d do it 10x just to show you he could.
Writing this is so hard because we could fill pages and pages, notebooks and notebooks, proclaiming the love for we have for Res and the wonderful attributes he shared with us all. He IS an awesome person who’s presence is already so missed… All we want is to hold our boy and love him, Res, you are so, so, so loved, saying you are missed doesn’t scratch the surface of how we feel.
Res is survived by his sister, Rheia Anne, brothers, Connor and Rowan. His mom, Cricket; dad, Robert; stepmom, Rachel and her husband, Brad; grandparents, Darlene and David Vogel, Becky and Norman Gross, and Bobby Carpenter. He is also remembered by his aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and other relatives and many friends.
We know that our friends and family want to celebrate Res. While the current events in our world are making it take place later than we would want, we will host a celebration of Res’ life and spirit on June 6th, 2020. It will be held outside at Chico Hot Springs; final details will be announced.
Please search Go Fund Me to assist the family; a memorial fund has been set up in Res’ name. There are also donations being collected at Chico Hot Springs by Machele Shifley, the hotel manager, and Eastside School has set up a Compassionate Neighbor account at First Interstate Bank.
Please search Go Fund Me to assist the family; a memorial fund has been set up in Res’ name.
Franzen-Davis Funeral Home and Crematory has been entrusted with arrangements.
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