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1976 Amy 2022

Amy Michelle Larrabee

August 10, 1976 — December 15, 2022

Amy Michelle Larrabee- Our sweet daughter, sister, aunt and friend passed away Thursday December 15, 2022 in Murray, Utah. She left her loving family on this earth and is now reunited with her loving family in heaven.
Amy was born to Michael and Kathy Arnett Larrabee in Salt Lake City, Utah on August 10, 1976. She was the third child of 3 girls and 3 boys. She went to Lincoln Elementary, Bennion Jr. High, and Hunter High schools. On January 13, 2001 Amy married Robert Allen. They were married in Taylorsville, Utah. They had no children. As in life, sometimes things do not last, Amy and Robert were divorced in 2006.
Amy loved family, friends, and people everywhere. She never met a person she did not like. Her beautiful smile and creative wit made her an instant friend. She worked for 12 years at Walmart but wanted to work with children. She decided to move on in her life’s career and began working at Little Critters Day school. She loved to go bowling and cherished her time and friends at the Independent Living Center.
Amy’s greatest blessing was not her work, it was her family, she loved so deeply and so fiercely you couldn’t help but feel the love when you were with her. She cherished her nieces and nephews and loved being known by the name “aunt”.
Most would tell you how innocent and sweet she was, but those who were close enough to her also knew she had a very playful side and was mischievous when she wanted to be. She was a very independent young lady and sassy in all the right ways. She was very quick witted, oh so funny and had people laughing so hard all the time because she loved picking on people and making them smile.
She was always looking for a reason to have an good time with family and friends. Amy loved to spend time with family, she had so many close relationships, her brothers, her sisters, her cousins, her brother and sister in-laws , nieces and nephews, and friends and it filled her heart with so much joy. We were so lucky to have her, love her, and be loved by her.
Amy is survived by her parents, brothers JD Larrabee (Brigette), Shawn Larrabee (Kristen), Kevin Larrabee (Natalie), her sisters Angela (Bevin) Leder, Sheri (Josh) Leder. Amy was so proud of her 17 nieces and nephews Jaden, Brynn, and hunter Larrabee; Alisa Leder and Abbie Frost; Atalie and Abella Leder; Tori and Niki Kruger; London, Matix and Will Leder; Luke, Ethan, and Kate Larrabee, Ty Garzarelli, her newest nephew, Oliver Larrabee, and her great-niece Hailee Larrabee.
We want to give a special thanks to Corrina Tuifua as her special caregiver, KPC Promise Hospital, especially Val, Laura, and others. Avalon West Rehab and Care, especially Blake, Brandon and others and Draper Rehab and Care, especially Annabelle, Rebecca and others and IMC Hospital for taking such good care of her and the family during these last few months and supporting us in so many ways, we will be forever grateful to you.
Thank you to everyone who called, visited, texted, sent love, prayers, and supported us in anyway these last few months. We love you all.
Amy was preceded in death by her grandparents Warren and Norma Larrabee, Bob and Mary Arnett, her Aunt Janice, Aunt Carma, Aunt Sandy, Uncle Larry, Uncle Rod,  and cousin Brent.
A viewing will be held on Thursday December 22, 2022 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM.
Funeral services will follow the viewing at 12:30 PM.
Internment will be held at Memorial Mountain View after the services.
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Viewing December 22, 2022 at 9:00 AM
3750 West 6200 South Taylorsville, Utah 84129





Celebration of Life
December 22, 2022 at 12:30 PM
3750 West 6200 South Taylorsville, Utah 84129
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