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Nathan Youngberg was born September 14th, 1991, in Clearfield UT to Pauline and Steve Youngberg. Nathan passed away at 7:36am in his husbands arms at their ogden home and 8:12am at MkayDee Hospital on Feb 18th, 2022. He was 30 years old.
He is survived by his partner of 6 years and husband of 4 years (Andrew Youngberg), his family (Judy and Kris Rawle, Jeremy and Tiffany Youngberg, Sarah, Clint, Hudson, and Holden Neilson, Kaliann, and Kit Vander-Wilt, Ashley, Korth, Kayleena, and Moriah Rushdi), and his 3 children he had with his husband (Lucy, Ricky, and Winifred)
Services will be held in the form of a celebration of life in line with Nate's wishes. The event will take place at his forever home he shares with his husband on September 14th, 2022, his 31st birthday. 804 42nd St, Ogden, Utah 84403 Starting time is 10AM with eulogies by his husband, mother, and father at 6 pm, followed by a candle lit vigil. Karaoke and drinks served at 8 pm.
It's bittersweet to think that the last time I sat outside with my typewriter, I was writing an emotional poem expressing my love to you. I now sit on this same concrete step, trying to write my goodbyes to the love of my life. As I'm typing this out on paper, I can now truly feel the gut-wrenching pain of my hemorrhaging heart, my blood still spilling out of the gaping hole made since you left me. Every breath I take is another finger jab into the center of my heart that is somehow only functional enough to keep me alive and apart from you. With all this pain I have, I am still so proud of all the things you were able to accomplish in your life, and I'm grateful you chose me to be the one by your side, enjoying and experiencing the ride with you.
I am so happy and enlightened to now witness the effects of the lives you changed you were not even aware of. Those you touched, loved, cared for, defended, and helped fight their demons of suicide; these are all people whose lives will go on paying forward the love, care, and wisdom you taught them all in the process. Surviving you has led me to uncover the perceptions you had about the world around you that were correct. I have also found heartbreaking truths regarding things you were mistaken about. I'm glad you've been with me to see how many people truly cared about you and have come in flocks to help lift me up during my devastating grief of losing you.
I hope you know that I don't expect you to be putting in all the heavy lifting work of haunting me as I will forever have you in my heart and mind. You will always be the better half of me, my critical thinker, my consoler in chief, my goodnight kiss, my gentle whisper in the morning sun, and you will always be my beloved husband.
Have a great day at work, baby.
That target in the sky is lucky to have you,
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