It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Isaac Leigh Toole, a man whose wit and humor was only surpassed by his deep love and adoration for his family. Born in Salt Lake City, UT, on the 26th of November, 1978, Isaac lived an adventurous life that took him from the mountains of Utah to his final home in Cameron, Missouri. He brought joy and laughter to those around him, and his authentic and present spirit will be deeply missed. As Mark Twain once said, "The secret of getting ahead is getting started," and Isaac truly knew how to live a good life, seizing every day as a new adventure.\n\nIsaac's love for the outdoors was unparalleled - he was an avid photographer, capturing the beauty of nature through his lens. He relished the thrill of rock climbing and found peace in the solitude of camping. His adventurous spirit was contagious, inspiring those around him to also embrace the beauty and thrill of the great outdoors. His love for life was evident in these pursuits, but it was the love for his family that truly defined Isaac. He was a loving husband to Kayleigh, an extraordinary father to Ally and Caden, an affectionate son to Katheryn, and a doting grandfather to Damari. His memory lives on in his siblings, Marilyn and Ryan, his son-in-law Trevonn, and his step-children, Atticus and Violette.\n\nPredeceased by his father, Leigh, Isaac is survived by his adored wife, Kayleigh; his beloved children, Ally and Caden; his caring mother, Katheryn; his cherished grandson, Damari; his dear siblings, Marilyn and Ryan; his treasured son-in-law, Trevonn; and his step-children, Atticus and Violette. A memorial service to celebrate Isaac's life will be held on Thursday, 14 Sep 2023 at 5:00pm MDT at Nelson Family Mortuary, 4780 North University Avenue, Provo, Utah, 84604. \n\nIn memory of Isaac, we encourage you to share your stories, photos, and memories on the memorial page. His life was a tapestry of love and adventure, and we invite you to add your thread to this rich weave. As we remember Isaac, let us celebrate his life and keep his memory alive in our hearts.