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Patricio J. GutierrezJuly 6, 1998 ~ September 2, 2017 (age 19)
Patricio J. Gutierrez
My amazing life journey began on July 6, 1998, in Layton, Utah. I was born to the best parents I could have, Pat and Jennifer. I had a little bit of trouble at first because I had to spend some time in the NICU. When I was released I got to meet my big brother Christian. I grew up with love from not only my parents and my brother but from all my family. My grandparents Adelina, Ventura, Janet and Jay started loving me even before I was born.
My life on this earth ended on September 2, 2017 but boy I lived such an amazing life! In just my 19 years, I experienced great things and met some amazing people.
I graduated from Roy High School in 2016. I loved school so much that I was sad that it had to come to an end. This was my place where I had my “school family.” I had a lot of friends but these people were very special to me. Brandon, Aspen, Colton, Caden and Shahniyah, I love you guys.
I worked for Little Ceasars even though I could always think of better things to be doing with my time. Things like playing X-Box, PlayStation or playing with my dog Shy. I loved all animals and wanted to be veterinarian. Another love that I had was for all things food. No one, and I mean no one could cook better than my Grandma Nina. Many tried and failed to cook better than her. I would still eat other people’s food but in the back of my mind I knew my Grandma’s was better.
I had the best aunts and uncles ever: Eva (Brett) Monroe, Estefana (Oscar) Ulloa, Stephanie Wells. Hanging out with my cousins was always good times. Christmas was my favorite holiday with all of them: Lexus, Natasha, Aspen, Raiden and Rhiannon remember me with a smile always.
Come and celebrate my life on Wednesday September 13, 2017 from 6 to 8 pm at Aaron's Mortuary, 1050 S State, Clearfield and my funeral will be on Thursday, September 14, 2017 at 11 am at the same location.
Interment, Clearfield City Cemetery.
Mom, I will always be your “Genetic Ladder." Please take care of my dog for me.
Dad, my real dad was not at the zoo like you said, I always knew it was you. Don’t worry I will be with Grandpa now, everything will be ok.