Stahli Keith Atsa Singer

Stahli Keith Atsa Singer passed away as a passenger in a single car accident on Sunday, August 14, 2022. Stahli was born March 5, 2003 in Monticello, Utah to Spencer and Allyson Singer. He is the oldest of 3 brothers (Isley, Quincy and Adney) and 1 sister (Laney) whom he loves and adores. He is the grandson of Winn and Laraine Westcott of Monticello, UT and Lewis and Donna Singer of Blanding, UT. Stahli's clans are Biligaana born for Tlizi'tlani and Todich'iinii on his paternal grandfather's side. Stahli lived in Las Vegas, NV, Salt Lake City, Richfield, Monument Valley and Blanding, UT.

He participated in football, wrestling, and track at Monument Valley and San Juan high schools . He served on the LDS Seminary Counsel. He graduated from high school in 2021, attended Snow College and most recently had begun working with Comfort System USA, as an apprentice in the plumbing trade. He was excited to begin his coursework this week.

Stahli was born 150 years too late. He dreamt of being a trapper and selling furs for a living. He loved anything outdoors but especially hunting with family and friends or whomever he could convince to go with him. For some kids, Christmas is the best time of year, but for Stahli, the fall hunting seasons were his favorite. Reading 'Where the Red Fern Grows', instilled aspirations of becoming a houndsman. Stahli owned several hounds which brought him extreme happiness as well as frustration.

Stahli tried to be a good friend to all. Having lived in so many places, he was quick to seek connection and longed for strong relationships. He despised contention, worked to dispel grudges and above all, wanted to have fun! Stahli was fortunate to have many mentors. From coaches, local hunters, religious leaders to family, he had the best of the best. And he was thankful. He was especially close to his Grandpa, Winn Westcott, a special kindred spirit, who preceded him in death by less than a year and always spoke of the amazing reunion they would have.

Funeral services are scheduled for Monday, August 22, 2022 at the Blanding Stake Center. Viewing will be from 10 am - 12 pm with funeral beginning at 1 pm. Interment will be at the Monticello Cemetery at 3 pm.

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