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Michael Bradyn Musich, age 28, of Sandy, Utah, a beloved husband, father, brother and son, passed away Wednesday, March 15, 2023, at his home.
He was born May 20, 1994, in Ogden, to Candice Dye Berg and Michael Musich. He was raised in Neola, Utah, where he grew up in a close-knit family and spent most of his younger years with his grandparents, aunts, and uncles. He recently talked about his favorite childhood memories, some of which were feeding cows with his “Grandpa Pudge;” fishing with his Grandpa Vern; being pulled on a sled by his uncle, Kwincy; collecting Pokemon cards and getting boxes and boxes from Kwincy when he came back from working out of town; stacking blocks with Grandpa Vern and getting a dollar if his was the highest, and nothing was better than eating Grandpa Vern's cooking. He had a competitive nature and loved to play basketball and baseball, spending many hours practicing and playing. He wanted to be the best in everything he did and wanted everyone to know it when he won or bested them in anyway.
In high school, he met Alicia Livingston and they were married September 21, 2019 at the RC Ranch in Altamont, Utah. They brought their beautiful baby girl, Everly Raye, into the world on March 27, 2021.
Bradyn loved to laugh and joke around. His sense of humor and laugh were some of the best things about him. His smile was infectious and when he really started laughing everyone around him couldn't help but laugh too.
Bradyn was protective and loyal to those he cared for. He could say anything he wanted about those he loved but nobody else better, or he didn't hesitate to let you know about it. He loved to fish and always wanted to go fishing. If he had a break in between his work, and had the opportunity to, he would be found on a pond with his fishing pole. He would go fishing anywhere, with anyone, at any time, and loved to crawfish with his dad and family at Flaming Gorge. He not only loved to catch them, but he loved to eat them too. Some of his favorite times were eating Cajun seafood in Louisiana and Texas.
Bradyn had a good work ethic. He started working at the city park in Roosevelt at the age of eleven, walking around the fence lines with a bucket picking up garbage. Bradyn had various jobs but found a passion in installing security systems. After installing security systems for several years, he started his own installation business.
He loved music, gaming, bowling, pickleball, and spending time with his family. He wanted to be around those he loved and enjoyed being with his friends who became his chosen family.
Bradyn is survived by his wife, Alicia; daughter, Everly; parents, Candice (Travis) Berg and Michael (Karissa) Musich; siblings Kylr (Addy), Brelynn, Mykkah, Jaxton, and Presley; nephew, Grayson; grandparents, Pat & Lavern Musich; Darlene Dye; great-grandmother, Rhoda Henriksen; and his beloved dog “Gio-Pup.”
He was preceded in death by his grandfather, Linden “Mutt” Dye.
Funeral services are private for close friends and family. They will be held on Monday, March 20, 2023, at 11:00 a.m. at the Hullinger Mortuary. There will be a viewing that morning from 10-10:45 a.m. at the Mortuary.
The burial will be in the Neola Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to help cover funeral costs. Donations can be directed to a memorial account at Mountain America under the name: Bradyn Musich Memorial, or Venmo: @BradynMusichMemorial.