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Jeremie John Otasua

April 26, 1975 — August 16, 2022

Jeremie John Otasua passed away peacefully in his home on August 16th, 2022. 

He was born on a snowy morning in Afton, Wyoming on April 26th, 1975.  

He is survived by his spouse Clarisa Beth Otasua, parents Patrice Boehme (Bart Ulm), John (Tina) Otazua, his brothers Nathan (Alanna) Otasua and Quinten Colovich, his sister AmberLee (Jason) Warburton and stepsister and stepbrother, Treena Phillips and Brandon Jensen. He is also survived by his beloved children, Blake Otasua, Shelby (Justin) Brayton, Kaden Otasua, Hyko Otasua and his beautiful grandchildren, Paityn Baker and Ayva Otasua.  He also leaves behind Aunts and Uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and many loyal friends. He was preceded in death by his grandparents Emma Lyle and Heber John Boehme and Maria and Francisco Otazua.

Jeremie loved fishing, especially ice fishing, hunting, movies, the Dallas Cowboys, Fantasy Football and the Utah Jazz. He was an avid reader, chess player and aspiring artist professing humbly that “anyone can draw". He enjoyed cooking for his family and frequently utilized those skills when he took them camping. He had a quirky sense of humor that he engaged while reciting the craziest trivia. He recalled with clarity his childhood and the many adventures spent with his Grandma, Grandpa and Uncles on the Raymond farm. 

There will be a celebration of life on September 3rd, 2022, at 2:00 pm at 2096 Wood Canyon Road (The Pink House) in Raymond, Idaho, a town where he spent his childhood and created many fond memories.

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Saturday, September 3, 2022

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