Ashley Myers Cragun
November 19, 1983 – October 7, 2021
Ashley Myers Cragun left this earth life on October 7, 2021 at IMC Hospital in Murray, Utah after complications of COVID-19.
Ashley was born on November 19, 1983 in Ogden, Utah the youngest daughter of Marvin Myers and Connie Wheelwright. She grew up in Kaysville and West Point, Utah. She received her high school diploma. She received her CNA and paramedic certifications.
Ashley was a fun, kind, compassionate, caring woman. She always took care of animals and people in need. She met those who were struggling and did all she could to help them. She never judged others and was a true friend and gentle soul. She always had your back. Now those she leaves behind will continue that legacy of service to keep her memory alive.
Ashley became a mother when she welcomed daughter, Lilly in 2003. Ashley was a loving mother. She was always there cheering for Lilly and encouraging her to be successful and reach her goals. She taught Lilly the joy of helping others. Ashley was married to Cole Cragun, they later divorced.
Ashley enjoyed animals and volunteered at the animal shelter. She served those less fortunate by taking sandwiches to the homeless. She would give a struggling friend her last $20 if they needed it more than her. She looked for opportunities to help her family, most recently her aunt and uncle as he battled health challenges. She loved books and reading. She enjoyed movies that were less-than critically acclaimed.
She is survived by her daughter, Lilly, stepson Corbin Robison, father, Marvin Myers and mother Connie Bunot (Doug) of West Point. She is survived also by three siblings Benson Myers of Centerville, Andrea Keysar (Kyle) of Bountiful, and Austin (Nancy) Bunot of Evanston, WY. She leaves behind niece Makayla and nephews Tayven and Harrison. She is survived by many aunts, uncles, and cousins who will dearly miss her.
She was preceded in death by all her grandparents and by two uncles. We know they welcomed her with open arms.
Graveside services will be held on October 13 at 11am at Lindquist’s Washington Heights Memorial Park, 4500 Washington Blvd, Ogden, UT.