Jaxon Thomas Kramer Zynda, 16 years of age, passed away unexpectedly on April 7, 2020, in Enon, Ohio. Jaxon was born on April 23, 2003, in Troy, Ohio. He is survived by his Mother and Father, Jake and Sara (Zynda) Norman, his sister Stella Norman, brothers Bryant Smith, and Kayden McGinnis. Grandparents, Mike and Charlene (Morris) Norman, Bruce and Karen (Kramer) Davis, Brad and Amy (Poland) Zynda, Robert and Mary Ann (Harvey) Ousley. Aunts and uncles include, Erin (Zynda) Votaw, Bradley David Zynda, Zachariah Zynda, Kyle Norman, Eric Norman and Lucas Ingles. Cousins Kamryn, Bella, and Brenna Votaw, Zane and
Alexandria Morris and special friends Dylan Giles and Jeffrey Coffey. Jaxon’s sincerity, sensitivity, and intelligence exceeded that of many kids his age. Seeking to make a positive impact in this world, he planned to continue his education to become a behavioral health nurse to help teenagers who suffered from depression as he did himself. As precocious
as he was, Jaxon was well-read and love to converse about various aspects of life. His deep sincerity and intellect did not hamper his sense of humor, however, as he loved to share jokes, laugh, and, like many teenagers, push his parents’ buttons for the fun of it on occasion. His own selflessness shone through as well as he would gladly go out of the way to help anyone in need given the opportunity. Jaxon attended Tecumseh High School and enjoyed in being a part of the Track team. He had played football and loved video games and Billie Eillish. He saved money as he worked at McDonald’s in his spare moments between school, track, friends. Jaxon changed the lives of all who knew him, and especially his family. In as much as they raised him, he also raised his family through his example of kindness, humor, and sensitivity. Jaxon left the pain, but left us all and we, his family will never be the same again. Now he is no longer in pain, yet we continue to hurt as we mourn his loss. Services for Jaxon are pending the end of stay at home order.