Judah Michael Priour, age 20 months, of Ingram, TX, was welcomed home by our Lord Jesus on March 29, 2019. Judah was born in San Antonio, TX, on July 13, 2017, to Jonah and Faith Priour of Ingram, TX.
Judah came into this world fighting through many physical challenges, all of which seemed impossible to overcome. His likelihood of making it past birth was small, and even then, he was given 1 week to live at best. He went on to live a life of nearly 2 years, full of great joy, and defying the odds.
His courageous healing journey brought many tears of awe to his family and friends, as well as doctors, nurses, and professionals who cared for him. Taking his own breaths, cooing and crying, nursing from his mother, and his beautiful social interactions, were all things the world thought he would never do. He didn’t just live for 20 months, he spent them conquering.
He loved lights, music, his stuffed animals, and mostly momma’s milk. He loved playing and communicating with his momma and daddy, and he loved to bring smiles to all he met. He was a profoundly connected child, with eyes that brought Heaven’s constant light. He fought valiantly from the moment of his birth, and will always be known as a little boy with a heart like a lion.
Through his prayer network, Judah is literally known across the earth. He brought thousands together, to believe in the impossible. His legacy is one of miracles, of never giving up, and of the value of life. Most of all, he taught us all how to truly love.
Judah is survived by his parents, by both maternal and paternal grandparents, and by many aunts, uncles and cousins.
There will be a viewing open to the public at Grimes Funeral Chapels, on Friday, April 5, from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm.
Memorial services will be held at Impact Christian Fellowship on Saturday, April 13, at 10:00 am, with Pastor David Danielson presiding.
Memorial donations may be given to Hill Country Youth Ranch in Ingram, TX, with a designation to the “Chapel Fund.”
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