On November 21st, 2022, Weston Cole Myers, dearest son, stepson, brother, cousin, and grandchild, passed away in Toquerville, Utah. He was born on April 6, 2004 and was eighteen years old. Weston graduated from Dexter High School and was attending his first semester of college at Utah Valley University, majoring in Marketing. He is survived by his mother Misty Booth, father Steven Myers, stepfather Michael Booth, birth sister Lexi Chipman, half-siblings Ezra and Evelyn Booth, grandmother Lynn Johnson, grandparents Ken and Jane Myers, great-grandmother Rosemary Ogzewalla, and a sizable extended family of aunts, uncles, and cousins. Weston was preceded in death by his grandfather Leslie Johnson, and cousin Jessica Johnson.\n\nWeston attended Bonneville Elementary in Salt Lake City, Weilenmann Elementary and Ecker Hill Middle schools in Park City Utah, Mill Creek Middle and Dexter High schools in Dexter, Michigan, and Utah Valley University in Orem, Utah. During the summers, he worked alongside his father as a river guide for High Country Adventure on the Provo River. In high school, Weston was an active member of the Dexter Drama club as a Communications Officer, sound and lavs technician, an actor and writer in student directed performances and school productions, improv shows, and participated in short film festivals. Weston received numerous awards for his contributions to the Dexter Drama club. One of his proudest moments was playing a full-length role in the production of Footloose during his senior year. Weston dreamed of becoming an actor, producer, and YouTube star, and working in the marketing industry where he could draw on his extensive recall of details, original editing skills, imaginative, and creative talents.\n\nWeston was known for his kindness, his gentle, vibrant love, and genuine loyalty towards others, his generous spirit, his constant offering of help, availability to listen, his unique humor, and sincere support of friends and family. He loved movies, music, concerts, Broadway shows, stand-up comedy, and video games, especially, Kirby. He had a warm, handsome smile that brought joy and laughter to those around him. Weston loved to socialize and make movies and YouTube videos with friends. Weston loved to spend time on the river, hike, bike, ski, and travel with his father, and vacation with his cousins at the Myers family cabin in Spirit Lake. Weston adored his mother, traveling to South and Central America together, going on adventures, baking together, and holding her hand always as they walked through life together. Weston is deeply loved, more than he knew, and is sorely missed.\n\nAs a final note, the majority of the time Weston was the young man described above; however, Weston died by suicide. The tragedy and loss of life, the confusion left behind, and the pain and sadness that he lived with are heartaches difficult to bear. There is nothing logical about suicide, and often those who are thinking about it appear happy, hide the depths of their difficulties from others, and then one day make an irreversible decision. Weston was no exception. If you know anyone who is struggling please reach out for help.\n\nViewing and memorial services will be held on November 29th at 9 AM at Nelson Family Mortuary in Provo, Utah. Flowers can be purchased at Bloomique Flower Studio. His favorite colors were yellow and pink (for Kirby). Donations can be made through Venmo to the Booths @misbooth and to the Myers @SteveMyers4. The families express the sincerest appreciation for the love and outpouring of support during this difficult time.