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Brent Sweet, cherished and loved by many, is presumed passed away in a swimming tragedy in the Puget Sound of Seattle Washington. After finishing his spring semester at the University of Montana he embarked on a soul search to strengthen his spiritual relationship with God, and focus his life on helping the less fortunate people he encountered.
In May he packed up his truck with his camping and climbing gear and unicycle and went for this selfless search of freedom.
Brent has a deep love and passion for outdoor adventure and being with Nature. He is found most happy exploring, camping, rock climbing, backpacking, and skiing. Regardless of the hardships laid upon Brent, he always remained optimistic, courageous and at peace. His other life passions are his unicycle which he would ride long distances on trails, and his music that he would often share in a street setting. Brent recently found his inner voice and expressed his thoughts and experiences through writing journals and poetry. He was also working on a novel to share his life with everyone.
We will be celebrating Brent’s life on Sunday, August 31, starting at 2 p.m. at the Camp May Amphitheatre. Friends and family are invited so please help get the word out. We will have a short devotional followed by plenty of time to share thoughts, pictures and experiences of Brent. We will have music which he especially enjoyed. The Amphitheatre is next to the Pavilion and so people are encouraged to bring some food to share with everyone as well as chairs and blankets.
“Life is a daring adventure or nothing…to keep our faces toward change and behave like free spirits in the presence of fate is strength undefeatable.” - Helen Keller