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Jeramy  Carder

Jeramy Carder

October 9, 1984 - November 23, 2019

Jeramy Michael Carder was born on October 9, 1984, in Kinsley, Kansas. He spent his first couple of years in Dodge City, Kansas before moving to California. In 1989, the entire Carder family decided to make Arizona their home. Jeramy lived in the Phoenix Metro area until his death on November 23, 2019. <br /> <br /> Jeramy was a kind, energetic young boy that was willing to try anything. His adventurous attitude resulted in a broken leg just before his third birthday. Once John and Anthony joined the family, he took the role of big brother very seriously. He was protective and loving and guided his brothers into adulthood. <br /> <br /> He attended Deer Valley High School where he was on the varsity wrestling team and won multiple Arizona state championships. His great affinity and talent for the art of drawing was a big part of his young life and he continued to perfect his artistic talents throughout his life. In 2002, he earned the title of dad when his daughter, Callie, was born. Three sons would follow. Erik was born in 2004, Tyler in 2005, and Alex in 2008. He was a Project Manager for Kowalski Construction where he worked for 8 years. He took great pride in his work and was always willing to do whatever it took to get things done. Jeramy truly loved his work and his co-workers. <br /> <br /> As a father of four, he had his hands full, but was always a step ahead in the jokester role. The kids had nothing on the bigger kid, Jeramy. His laugh was big, bold, and recognizable from across the room. He was a wild child that brought the life to every party. If you were in the same room with him, you were sure to leave with a smile on your face and a story to tell. Jeramy put the needs of others before his own and always wanted to make sure others were happy. His hugs were long and genuine and you knew if he said, "I love you" he truly meant it. <br /> <br /> Jeramy had a great love for nature. He would often go on camping trips and various adventures with his brothers and kids. Simply said, Jeramy had a "bigger than life" way of approaching most situations. <br /> <br /> He was a wonderful son, grandson, nephew, brother, father, uncle, and friend. His much too soon departure left a hole in our hearts and lives that will remain until we meet again. We love you, Jer Bear. <br /> <br /> Jeramy is preceded in death by his grandfather, Cleon Carder. He is survived by his grandmother, Alexis Carder; mother, Tami; aunt, Tonja; two brothers John (Ashley) and Anthony (Erin); four children, Callie, Erik, Tyler, and Alex; cousin, Toshah; nephews and niece, Ethan, Evan, and Kiley. Jeramy has extended family members and friends which are too numerous to list. <br /> <br /> Celebration of Life for Jeramy: <br /> Monday, December 2nd at 11:00 A.M. <br /> Reunion Community Church <br /> 8153 W Cactus Rd <br /> Peoria, AZ 85345 <br /> <br /> For those unable to attend, condolences can be mailed to: <br /> Tami Carder <br /> 3120 W. Carefree Hwy <br /> Suite 1-691 <br /> Phoenix, AZ 85086

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Abel Funeral Services

1627 North 51st Avenue, Phoenix, AZ

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