Skylor Brummer, 35

Skylor Jo Brummer was born on October 30, 1986, one minute after his twin brother, Seth, in Beloit, Kansas, the son of Daniel and Rhonda Cox Brummer. He was welcomed home by his older brother, Michael, and was born 11 months and 5 days before his sister Emily. He died Saturday, July 16, 2022 as the result of a motorcycle accident in Lenexa, Kansas, at the age of 35.
Skylor grew up on the family farm near Asherville, and attended Beloit High School, where he graduated in 2005. Following graduation, he attended the NCK Technical College, where he earned his degree in auto mechanics. While in school, he also worked at the Mitchell County Hospital. He later moved to Lawrence to support his twin brother Seth and start his career as an automotive technician. He became a proud home owner in the last year.
For the last 15 years, he has worked in Lawrence at Bossier Subaru, Brigg's, and McCarthy Subaru as a master technician. He was always the "go-to guy", and would always drop what he was doing to help others.
In his spare time, he loved fishing, playing video games, dancing, going on motorcycle rides and car shows, and eating good food. He also enjoyed any outdoor adventures involving walking and hiking, and loved spending time with friends and family. Throughout his life, he also spent a lot of time at his grandparents' farm, helping out with whatever chores needed to be done. He also had a special spot in his heart for his beloved dog, Balou.
Skylor was known as a jokester, and always kept people smiling and laughing. He never had an enemy and touched a lot of hearts.
He is greeted in Heaven by his dog, Balou; Grandpa and Grandma Engelbert; Grandpa Norman Cox; great-grandparents, Forest and Thelma Wilson; great-grandma, Helen Murray; great-grandma, Katherine Brummer; uncle, Rodney Cox; and cousins, Lucas Mehl, Trevor Beyma, and Destiny Cox.
Skylor is survived by his proud parents, Dan and Rhonda Brummer of Asherville; twin brother, Seth and DJ of Junction City; brother, Michael and Sara Brummer of Denton, Texas; and sister, Emily of Overland Park; grandparents, Gerald and Pauline Brummer of Beloit and Norma Cox of Eufaula, Oklahoma; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.
Funeral services will be at 10 AM Monday, July 25, at the Roberts Family Funeral Home.
Memorials may be given to the Ronald McDonald House or Toys for Tots.
Roberts Family Funeral Service is in charge of arrangements.
Condolences may be left at www.robertsfamilyfs.com

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