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Vicky Lynn Trujillo

Vicky Lynn Trujillo died peacefully on November 11, 2017 surrounded by her family. She was born on February 5, 1947 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Jack R. Larsen & Darlene Nix.

She met and married her soul mate, Richard in 1970 and together they raised 3 children, Tony, Tina, and Tammy. Raising their family mostly in Carbon County, mom worked as a waitress at China City and a Manager at Metro Gas Station. In 1995, she and Richard along with their daughter Tammy moved to Salt Lake City and settled in Kearns, Utah. She worked as a customer service manager for Feature Films for Families till her retirement in 2012. She was a member of the Catholic Church and enjoyed crochet, bowling, dancing, & going yard selling. She loved a good deal. She enjoyed watching her favorite shows, trips to Wendover, fishing, and spending time with her family. Like her own mother, mom was strong willed. She never backed down from anything, yet she was kind and soft hearted and would help anyone who needed it. With great sadness we say goodbye to the matriarch of our family, yet with a smile we remember her fondly and are thankful she no longer suffers. We love you mom!

Survived by her husband of 47 years, Richard; son, Tony (Brandy) Colonna; daughters, Tina (Ted) Henrie, Tammy (Cary) Butler; grandchildren Richard, Brandle, Brylee, MaKayla, Colton, Dade, Austin, Kadin, Anthony, Tanesa, Cary; great grandson, Brooks; brothers, Jack (Shirley) Larsen, Rick (Loann) Burge, Ron Burge; sisters, Kathy Funderburk, and Terry (Steve) Vernon as well as many friends and family who were sure to visit mom and spend time with her. Special thank you to mom’s doctors and nurses with Intermountain Hospice & IMC for taking such great care of mom.

Preceded in death by her father, Jack R. Larsen; mother, Darlene Nix Mueller.

A memorial service will be held on November 25, 2017 at 2:00 PM at Memorial Redwood Mortuary (6500 South Redwood Road, West Jordan, Utah 84123). In lieu of flowers, the family requests that you make a donation to the American Heart Association in memory of Vicky Trujillo; www.donatenow.heart.org

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  1. Brylee colonna says:

    I love you grandma and you where a loving and thoughtful grandma I can not say I love you enough

  2. Terry says:

    For my sister Vicky Lynn! I will always carry you in my heart and remember only the good memories we shared! I love you !

  3. Michelle says:

    Aunt Vicki always made me smile, so blunt but loving and she always had a warm hug for me whenever I got to see her. The love and support she gave me when I lost Adam was so very much needed and appreciated. My love is with all of you.. love you aunt Vicki ❤️

  4. Tina Henrie says:

    I’ll miss you for a really long time. No matter how easily distracted I am, I know I will always find a split second to think of you. Thank you for being a great mother and grandmother. I learned everything from you and I thank you for sharing your life with me. God picked the perfect mom for us and I hope you are enjoying heaven with your family. I know how much you have missed them. Goodbyes are not forever or the end, they simply mean I’ll miss you until I see you again. Rest In Peace my beautiful , strong, and brave mama.

  5. Ida Martinez says:

    Aunt Vicky was a fun and awesome woman. She will be missed dearly. May the family have peace in knowing she is no longer suffering. May you all be comforted during this time . Share your memories with each other, and keep her legacy strong. She will forever be in our hearts. RIP Aunt Vicky.

  6. Tammy Butler says:

    My Mom, My Best Friend I miss you so much! The thought of you not suffering anymore is what helps get me through the days & nights. I thank God for giving us the best mom. I want you to know we will take good care of Dad. I love you & miss you always RIP Mama.

  7. Libby Hellmer says:

    Tina and family,
    Your mom was like a mom to me. She was giving and kind. I will always remember staying at your house and all the good memories. My condolences to you, your dad, and family. Love you. Libby

  8. Trisha Ashcraft says:

    I didn’t know your mom, Tammy, but I know you. And given how amazing you are and how much you loved your mom, she had to be one stellar woman! Love you and wish you peace for you and your family during this time of loss.

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