Ohatchee - A Celebration of Life Service for Kayden Briggs Usrey will be held on Saturday, January 12, 2019, at 1:00 p.m. at Oak Bowery Baptist Church in Ohatchee. The family will receive friends at the church from 11-1 prior to the service. Childcare will be provided for all in attendance. Immediately following the service, there will be a public balloon release at Ohatchee High School Football Field. Kayden entered Heaven on Sunday, January 6, 2019. Kayden is survived by his parents, Eran and Jessica Usrey; his siblings, Bryton, Ashlynn, and Damien Usrey; grandparents, Eramond Usrey, Leeannda Moore, Wanda Faye Templeton, Gerald (Terry) Watkins, and Chris Alldredge; his great-grandmother, Mercy Louviere; aunts and uncles, Angela Combs, Bridgette (Allen) Addy, Curtis (Megan) Louviere, Dustin (Courtney) Kenmuir, Tanya (Lance) Kenmuir, George (Kara) Kenmuir, Demetry (Lisa) Kenmuir, Erica (Mark) Griffith, Lacie (Bo) Christopher, and Codie (Greg) Lankford; great-aunts and great-uncles, Martha (Will) Hunter, Tina “T.T” Usrey, Clint Usrey, Tammy “Tam Tam” Templeton, and Scarlett (Steve) Summerall; a host of cousins and other family members; and many friends. Kayden was a loving child who never met a stranger. He was a social butterfly, making best friends with everyone he met. Although Kayden was young, he loved helping people and doing things for others. He especially loved playing on the Ohatchee Midget Football team, which he had been a member of for the last two years. His teammates and coaches were very special to him, as was football itself. If Kayden wasn’t playing football, you could probably find him spending time with his family or playing with his dinosaurs. He adored his family and they thought the world of him. Kayden was currently enrolled in Mrs. Harper’s Kindergarten class at Ohatchee Elementary where he enjoyed learning and playing at Recess. He also loved when it was lunchtime because Kayden loved to eat. Some of his favorite foods included Ramen noodles, pizza, and many types of candy. Anyone who knew him would tell you that he always had a smile on his face, and that smile was utterly contagious. He will be missed by those who knew and loved him so dearly. Kayden was preceded in death by his grandfather, for whom he received his middle name, Jerry Briggs Templeton.