On January 24, 2023, at the young age of 21, Lindsay Elizabeth Nixon, left this earth unexpectedly to join Jesus and the angels in heaven leaving our lives forever changed.Lindsay was born on January 14, 2002, in Edmond, OK. From the moment she was born, her inner light began to shine. She lived her entire life in Edmond, OK, attending Angie Debo Elementary, Summit Middle School, graduating from Edmond Santa Fe High School in 2021. She was enrolled as a student at the Francis Tuttle Technology School, studying culinary arts and was very proud of getting to cook and learn new things and most recently, her blueberry muffins! Lindsay attended and volunteered at Life Church in the Loop and in Switch, participated for many years in Special Olympics, took jazz and hip hop dance classes at Studio J, played basketball, T-ball and much more. She loved going to Camp in the summer and spending time at church and with her family and friends. When she was not on the go, she kept herself busy with all her hobbies such as listening to music, singing karaoke, exercising with her parents, making fun videos, and doing word searches. There was never a dull moment when Lindsay was involved; she was always a party waiting to happen and she found the fun in all she did. Lindsay never took anything for grant-ed; she found joy in everything every single day.Lindsay touched the lives of so many. She shined like no other, the brightest star in the sky. She leaves us all smil-ing through our tears. Her Mom stated it best, Lindsay truly was 'joy unspeakable.' Psalm 18:28, "You light a lamp for me; the LORD my God lights up my darkness." While we are filled with so much darkness, the memories of our sweet girl will forever give us light.Lindsay is survived by her parents, Brian and Tammy Nixon; brother and sister-in-law, Kyle and Kristi Nixon; sister and brother-in-law, Rachael and Matt Webb and two nieces, Riley, and Abigail Webb; Grandparents, Jerry and Dixie Nixon; Grandparents, Sharon and Harry Nelson; Auntie Beryl Sutherland; Uncle Wally and Aunt Julie Cox; Uncle Herb and Aunt Trish Cox; Aunt Sara Folsom; and many other cousins, aunts, uncles and friends who she adored. Everyone who knew Lindsay was blessed by her being in their life, she was the kindest, sweetest, most loving girl imaginable and very loved by all.Donations may be given to the family to establish a living memorial of their choice in her name.