Priam Morris Young

7/13/1958 ~ 3/4/2020

Priam Morris Young age 61 returned home to his Heavenly Father on Tuesday March 4th 2020. Surrounded by family after a valiant battle with cancer. May he Rest In Peace. Preceded in death by his parents Farnum and Nona Young He leaves behind his sweet heart Debbie Averett, his five children Trinity, Keerston, Zachary, Wyatt Young, and Brittney Keisel, his grandchildren Tyrell, Alyssa, Alexis, Mckyliee, Ethan, Hayden, Kyler Daxton, Frankie, Anthony, Kyland, Stockton, and Dante his brother and sister Lamont and Fawna Young. He will be missed dearly. We invite you to join us for a viewing Monday evening March 09 from 6-8 and Tuesday morning 9:30-10:30 followed by the funeral at 11:00. The services will be held at 461 n. 300 w. Mount Pleasant North Stake Center. Burial at Mount Pleasant Cemetery. Online condolences at

5 Responses to “Priam Morris Young”

  1. Karen peterson says:

    Debbie and family;
    I am so sorry for your loss of such a wonderful man.
    Priam touched my heart in so many ways, a man of love, strength, courage and one that touched my heart in so many ways. The blessings and guidance he gave me will always be remembered. He gave me courage to fight against the advisory and to stay strong. The love he had for my brother will always be remembered. I have never met a man as he was with the love of our Savior. He will truly be missed but never forgotten. Love Karen

  2. what a wonderful man. we will miss you, your smile, and crazy personailty

  3. Deborah Allen says:

    I just wanted to let you know that I am going to miss my cousin. I was so happy that we reconnected a few years ago. It had been many years since we had had a Seeley reunion. I am going to miss his quick wit and his teasing. I was very glad to have met you Debbie when you were with him and you stopped by the melon stand. My thoughts and prayers are with you and all of the family. Much love to you all!

  4. Greg Oliver says:

    To Priam’s Family,
    My condolences. I visited with Priam on a weekly basis when he would deliver tires to our business in Cleveland. He was always very honest and always cheerful. I always looked forward to visiting with him every week.
    Often he would stop by my home and drop off a couple mellons that he had picked up in Green River. He will be missed.

  5. Paul & Penny Hamilton says:

    Debbie & family: it is always hard to lose a loved one, and especially when that loved one was a giant of love and compassion among men. How we appreciated his stout heart and solid testimony of what matters most! The saving grace is that because he was all he was and you are the wonderful upstanding faithful lady you are, this is just a brief separation Debbie. Nevertheless, he will be greatly missed, but that promise will allow you to travel on with the absolute knowledge that at the appropriate time your unity will again take place, never to be separated again. Our love, prayers and kindest thoughts go out to you and yours. Much love.

    Paul & Penny Hamilton