Brock  Yosten

March 16, 1998 ~ September 27, 2022

Born in: Mesa, Arizona
Resided in: Arlington, Texas

Brock Sayer Yosten, 24, passed away on September 27, 2022, in San Antonio, Texas.
Brock was born in Mesa, Arizona on March 16, 1998, to Tony and Shyla Yosten.
He was a graduate of Normal Community High School in Normal, Illinois and Ole Miss, where he received his Bachelor of Arts degree.
Brock resided in Arlington since June.
He was a corporate trainer with the non-profit organization, Amnesty International. He enjoyed work, movies, jujutsu and swimming.
Brock is survived by his parents, Tony and Shyla Yosten; brother, Dax Spencer Yosten; grandparents, Nick & Marian Yosten; his beloved puppy companion, Arya; and a host of family and friends.
The service for Brock will be held on Monday, October 3, 2022 at 10:00 am at Most Blessed Sacrament Church in Arlington, TX. The visitation will be Sunday, October 2, 2022 from 1:00 pm – 3 pm at Wade Funeral Home Chapel.
In Lieu of flowers memorials can be made to Joyful Heart Foundation. https://www.joyfulheartfoundation.org

Services

Public Viewing: Sunday, October 2, 2022 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Wade Funeral Home and Crematory
4140 West Pioneer Parkway
Arlington, Texas 76013

(817)274-9233
wadefamilyfuneralhome.com

Room: Chapel

Funeral Service: Monday, October 3, 2022 10:00 am

Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church
2100 N Davis Dr
Arlington, TX 76012

(817) 460-2751

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  1. Tony and Shyla… We are so very heartbroken to hear of the loss of your precious son. We want you to know you’ll be in our prayers for your comfort and healing.

  2. CandleImageTony, Shyla and Dax … we are so very heartbroken and sorry, and we are praying for you all!! Praying for you all! Hugs and Love!

  3. CandleImageMy condolences…
    Brock was one of my best friends… he made work more enjoyable and happy. I also loved spending most weekends with him as he was positive, funny, sweet, and always lit up the room. He will always be in my heart and my thoughts ❤️ I will miss him soooooooooo much.

  4. Our thought and prayers are with you all in this sad and difficult time right now. All of our love for you and your. Kent, Lori Hannah and Kayla Massie (Lori Walterscheid)

  5. CandleImageOur deepest sympathies and condolences go out to Tony, Shyla and Dax and the whole Yosten family in this difficult time. Brock may you RIP WITH THE WHOLE CHOIR OF ANGELS.
    Love Lacey and Jordan

  6. Tony, Shyla, Dax and the Yosten family, while Brock rests in Christ’s arms, may God’s Spirit comfort you as you grieve the loss of Brock. You have all of my sympathies.
    Sharon Shafer Miller

  7. CandleImageMy deepest condolences to the Yosten family/friends. Brock was a positive, caring, funny, smart, admirable young man. Definitely gonna take some time to get use to him not being the first person to greet me in the mornings. You are loved and you will be missed Brock. Will keep praying for comfort for the family and friends. May your soul RIP.

  8. Our deepest sympathies for Tony, Shyla and Dax. Brock was the sweetest, most genuine person and a smile that could light up the room. We are praying for strength and comfort during this difficult time . We love you all.

  9. CandleImageI had only known Brock for a short time. But he instantly became a great friend and brother. Rest easy, buddy.

  10. CandleImageMy deepest condolences to the Yosten Family. I only had the pleasure of knowing Brock for a short time but he made the biggest impact on me. I will miss you so much Brock. Rest In Paradise buddy❤️

  11. CandleImageI haven’t known Brock for a long time but he was a fun person to be around. I’m sorry for your loss and may his soul Rest In Peace.

  12. My prayers are with your family. My son, Tim Miranda worked with Brock and told me what a wonderful, cheerful and amazing guy he was. My heart goes out to your family.

  13. CandleImageI am so sorry for your loss. I cannot possibly imagine what you are going thru but I pray that you will have the strength.

  14. Words aren’t quite enough, but I hope they help. It’s never an easy thing losing someone, and I’m sorry for all of this. No one should have to go through what you’re going through right now and we all are here for you.
    Nights out in Oxford with Brock were always a time to remember, especially the ones that are hazy.
    Stay strong guys.

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