Lyndrith Eloi Yazzie, age 21, was welcomed by the lord on March 6th, 2021 in Las Cruces, NM. Lyndrith was born on October 24th, 1999 in Farmington, NM to Regina and Henry Yazzie Jr.
Lyndrith is survived by his parents, Regina and Henry Yazzie Jr., his siblings, Laylon "Eli", Leiyalynn "Babygirl", Leilynd "Ejay", and Leighton "Edgar" Yazzie all of Bloomfield, NM. His Grandparents Verna & Gilbert Nez of Blanco Canyon, NM; Grandparents Ella Nez (Richard) of Durango, CO; his aunts Felicia Kenneth (Jerrilene) of Bloomfield, NM; Sandra Williams (Carl) of Bayfield, CO; Uncles Nathaniel Nez of Blanco, NM, Lenny Begay of Durango, CO and Leonard Begay of Durango, CO;
Lyndrith is preceded in death by his Great Grandfather Augustine Nez of Blanco Canyon, NM; Great Grandmother Eva Nez of Blanco, NM; his Great Grandmother Mary Spean of Sanders, AZ; his Grandfather Henry Yazzie Sr, of Sanders, AZ; his Uncle Stoney Yazzie of Blanco Canyon, NM.
Lyndrith graduated from Bloomfield High School in May of 2018. While attending Bloomfield High School he was involved in Football, Track & Field, Band, and numerous activities. In 2017, Lyndrith was named Homecoming King, which brought him so much joy and then his legacy began as the "King" to many of his friends. Fall of 2018, Lyndrith moved to Las Cruces, NM to attend New Mexico State University. There he began his studies in Business and was extremely passionate about his education and called Las Cruces his home.
Lyndrith was a very social, active young man who loved being with his family and friends. His grandmother Verna being one of his best friends, traveling to powwows, or just going to eat at their favorite restaurants, he was her sidekick and cherished her deeply. Lyndrith had a passion to fish. There was never a time you would not hear him and his brother trying to plan a fishing trip with his papa, dad, uncle, or friends. If there was one thing Lyndrith had was patience, calmness, and love for all. If he were not with family, you could find him with his best friends. Always laughing and just enjoying one another's company. Another pastime that Lyndrith loved to do in his spare time was "Vlogging." He began his own channel on YouTube and started "Lyndrith Productions." He was determined to make it, his motto was "GO BIG OR GO HOME." His love for music, cinematics, and his ambition to make the most of his life was noticed by whoever he came across.
A Memorial service is scheduled for 12pm, Saturday, March 20th, 2021, at Bloomfield Assembly of God, in Bloomfield, NM with a reception to follow at Salmon Park in Bloomfield, NM. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Lyndrith's life and legacy.
Our family would like to thank the medical team of Memorial Medical Center in Las Cruces, NM for caring for Lyndrith. Our Family would also like to express great gratitude to ALL who have reached out, prayed, prepared meals, sent flowers, and donated to our family. Your love means the world to our family in our time of healing. Thank you.
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